Aug 21, 2009

Swee Kee (Ka-Soh) Fish-Head Noodle House

Swee Kee (Ka-Soh) Fish-Head Noodles is a very old zi char restaurant that my ex-boss used to bring us there for lunch. Have not visited them for years... Well the interior still the same, maybe they did do some minor renovation and now is with air-con. Their Fish-head noodles used to be very popular when the "Ka-Soh" was still around. Maybe now is the 3rd generation and I believe they are trying their best to preserve the authentic flavor but not the pricing. The pricing is rather steep considering the type of food served and definitely higher than standard zi char. We ordered 4 dishes and total bill came up to almost $60 plus.

The fish-head noodles (Thick beehoon) was still outstanding but not as good as it used to be. I felt that the noodles were overcooked and thus too soft but the fish was very sweet and fresh. The Soup was not fishy at all and very rich & flavorful.

This was very tasty and nicely done up with "wok hei". The bittergoud and pork ribs were so tender and the sauce taste heavenly.

The Prawn paste chicken supposed to be one of their signature dish but I find it so so only, nothing to rave about.

The bean sprout was a bit bland though the "wok hei" was good. Something special was the fish intestine which was very crunchy but actually was tasteless itself and also my first time trying it. The fish intestine upgraded the plate of bean sprout which cost $15.00 for a rather small portion! I will not order this next time really not worth it as I think bean sprout is the cheapest vegetables on earth.

96 Amoy Street
Singapore 069916
Telephone: 6224 9920
Operating Hours:
Daily: 11.45am - 2.30pm, 5.30pm - 2am


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