Sunday, March 25, 2007

Eating out: Dinner at Restoran Sing Kee

My daughter and son-in-law took us out for dinner yesterday night, at the Restoran Sing Kee. The restaurant is in Sungai Way New Village, diagonally opposite the Sungai Way wet market, and directly behind the Sungai Way Police Station. My children liked that restaurant because it serves fried kueh tiow with venison (deer meat). The venison is tender and delicious.

The address of the restaurant is
Restoran Sing Kee
No. 28 Jalan SS 9A/16
Sungai Way
47300 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03-7875 1973

However, last night, they didn't order the kueh tiow with venison. They ordered stir fried chicken with dried chili (RM20), tau foo (RM10), assam fish (RM20), soup (RM15), rice and some other dishes (unfortunately I am not proficient at reading Chinese writings, though I can converse in it, so the description and the prices are not guaranteed correct.

The total cost of the dinner for the seven of us came up to RM 89.70 (USD 25.95). My daughter said it is reasonable.

Below are photos of some of the dishes:

assam fish
Assam Fish

soya bean curd
Tau Foo (soya bean curd)

stir-fried chicken with dried chilli
stir-fried chicken with dried chilli

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