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Telephone
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Introduction
Established in 1994, Ho Kee Pau is a Chinese traditional bun manufacturer which has grown from a small food stall to a food and snacks chain. With 14 outlets islandwide, it sells traditional pau, dim sum, congee and other local fare. Ho Kee Pau aims to serve customers with the best quality at affordable prices. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
Open 24 Hours
Mon - Sun
Open 24 Hours
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Open 24 Hours
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
http://www.hokeepau.com/
Signature Dishes
Bo Luo Pao Hokee Beancurd Chinese Roll
Review (12)
Level1 2018-01-14
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Dusty and horrible food (The chopsticks are too dusty I have to use many tissues to wipe it and the next day after I ate their wanton noodles I got diarrhea Worst experience ever!Also heard that the boss ill treat their staff, whatever they said in interview are totally different from actual workload. Was about to join their company but lucky never.Worst management and food ever >__< continue reading
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Level2 2014-06-19
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Ho Kee Pau shouldn't foreign to Singaporeans. This fairly old establishment has 14 franchise outlets all over the island. I'm not a fan of their franchise outlets mainly because I don't find their paus or dim sums amazing. The underrated item that Ho Kee serves is wanton mee (dumpling noodles).The humble bowl of wanton noodles comes with a generous portion of char siew (roasted meat) and it costs just $3.50. More importantly, the char siew is nicely marinated and well cooked so that you won't feel that you're biting on stone. I absolutely love their noodles. It is the typical kind of wanton mee noodles, slightly translucent and not too yellow (unlike the pontian wanton mee noodles). After sitting in the sauce for a while, the noodles will absorb that goodness and become oh so glorious. The noodles are springy and have a really good bite to it (yes even after the soy sauce bath they had).Every bowl of noodles comes with a small serving of dumpling soup. Honestly, I could easily eaten 20 of those dumplings. They are small (sits nicely on the spoon) but good. The skin of these little babies is so thin and delicate but definitely not soggy. Within the skin of each dumpling, there is a sweet and juicy ball of meat accompanied with a crystal prawn.To view more photos and read the full review, please go to: http://cherieyeo.blogspot.sg/2014/06/wanton-wontons.html continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-14
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Having family yum cha session on a Friday morning, we came to Ho Kee Pau at Geylang area. Expanded from a small food stall, it was a very famous traditional Chinese style coffee shop locally. Although there was no air-conditioned, yet atmosphere was comfortable with a humble decor. Menu was fuss free and straightforward, service was friendly.Besides dine in and take away, Ho Kee Pau also offered delivery service right to your doorstep. With an adorable and chubby chef symbol, the signboard was easy to be recognized. The portion of each plate was small and cute, it was how a scrumptious feast start. Signature Siew Mai was must try item, it was filling and bouncy. Prawn dumplings were solid and filling, I ate total up three pieces. Always squeeze a generous amount of chilli sauce, it enhanced the overall taste. A good place to gather and cheer up, their price was reasonable guaranteed. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-23
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Evening dinner we decided to try some light tim sum. So we head down to this place near to Aljunied mrt station.This shop is in front of the bus stop.We reach there around 6.30pm and it not crowded.Shop is big, a lot of space. Noted that this shop open 24 hours every day.We order Fish Congee Porridge at $3.50. The porridge is smooth with only a few pieces of fish. Siew Mai - 4pcs at $2.80. Siew Mai is big size. Good meat. Lor Mai Kai at $2.00. Taste normal. Okay. Chicken Feet at $3.00. Taste like got black pepper in it. Char Siew Rice Roll at $3.50. The skin is abit sticky and filling is okay. Coke at $1.40.Noted they sell Portuguese Tart at $4.20 for 3 pcs. But sold out. continue reading
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Level4 2012-10-01
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not a fan of the buns here. the pastry skin does not hold up to steam at all and we had to hold the plastic bag folded down and blow on the buns, so that the steam does not ruin the bun pastry. the staff should have provided other types of container instead of plastic, which makes the bun pastry melt into a sticky mess. the filling is not great. the char siew was overly sweet and fatty. the staff is pretty unhelpful and very pushy. not impressed by the buns at all. not recommended. this is the char siew bun and costs about $5 continue reading
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