5 of us were visiting a friend in a ICU at CGH on 10.3.2016.
after visiting we went to east village where a friend has an apartment, and had dinner at kwong kee noodles at level 1.
kwong kee noodles was supposedly from dakota crescent previously. there was a news report mentioning them here.
there were still congratulatory bouquets so they guess they were still settling in.
it was 8.30pm & nearing closing time.
the proprietor & his wife were very friendly & courteous. 🙂
they had wanton noodles, chicken mushroom noodles 鸡丝面 etc also beef briskets & vegetables.
the large noodles are S$5.50, small S$4.50. more expensive than food centres & around food court prices.
wanton noodle was qq, tasty & very spicy (i like!), a lot of char siew & maybe 6 wantons (4 in soup). just a little salty for me.
char siew was good. wanton was ok. both good not really special.
a friend took the chicken mushroom noodles 鸡丝面. looked good too.
another friend took a small dumpling noodles 水饺面. 🙂
we shared some fried wantons.
pretty good too.
the beef briskets were complimentary. they were closing & basically the proprietor/proprietress were nice & very friendly people.
beef briskets were good like many served in chinese restaurants here. so they were good competent briskets.
they were though not the 腩肉 that i really liked with a layer of fat & lining that you get in hong kong.
we had a complimentary mushrooms too.
pai seh la…too many complimentary things…
mushrooms were very good. i liked them.
overall, a very competent wanton noodles. price a bit higher but i guess justified by the larger serving of char siew & wanton. and i liked the entire dish especially the spicy chilli though it was a bit on the salty side.
Kwong Kee Noodles