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Telephone
6221 3531
Opening Hours
Today
08:00 - 19:00
Mon - Tue
08:00 - 19:00
Wed
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Thu - Sun
08:00 - 19:00
*Closed on alternate Wednesday
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/ChiewKeeNoodleHouse
Review (3)
Level4 2017-11-08
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http://www.umakemehungry.com/2017/11/chiew-kee-noodle-house.htmlNever notice that there are 2 Soya Sauce Chicken Noodle house along Upper Cross Street until I visited Chiew Kee Noodle House that day. I have always patronized Chew Kee and have never knew Original Chiew Kee Noodle House is just located 100 metres away from each other.2 similar shops like this in the same row was quite an usual sight and straight away it gave me a thought that there must be some conflicts in the family that lead to this. It seems like Chiew Kee Noodle House is more quiet among the staff while the other shop is more rowdy in the sense that the family members communicate loudly in cantonese across the coffeeshop. We were their first customer of the day and seats was ample. There were notices that pasted on the wall mentioning that the tables will be shared in the event that there was not enough seating in the coffeeshop. Very well seasoned plate of soy sauce chicken whereby meat was juicy and tender. Simply love the perfection of the moist chicken with its thin layer of soy infused chicken skin. Though the generous savory pool of soy sauce may look abit overpowering here but this soy sauce actually gave a subtle sweetness to the meat. Using a secret blend of herbs, spices with soya sauce achiving such wonderful standard. We order a half chicken to share among 3 of us instead so we can each order individual bowl of plain noodles. Noodles were light and springy, comes with some leafy greens, soaking up with their light Soy Sauce, flavoring the plain noodles. In the same fashion like the Mee Kia, Kway Teow was soaked in the soy sauce too. It is light and flavourful and not clumping up in a mass.  Dumplings in clear broth comes in 2 sizes, $3 or $5. We had the latter and shared among ourselves. Each and every of the dumplings filling were well encased and tightly dressed up in its skin. Let's bite on it and taste the difference. Dumpling Taste was out of the ordinary and on a salty side. However, the dumplings were still rather special as the minced meat were pretty dark in color, most probably coated in dark sauce. Taste was rather distinctive with mushrooms, pepper, sesame oil and black fungus as ingredients. Even though I have not visited their siblings Noodle House for long time, I find that the food here is more on the saltier side while Chew Kee's is more on a sweeter side. Looks like I have to make a trip down to Chew Kee Noodle House and have a bite again. continue reading
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What are the must eat items when you are in Singapore? Laksa? Chicken Rice? BBQ? Pandan cake? Bak kut teh? There are way too much of choices when you are in town, with my friends recommendation I checked out a noddle place near my hostel in China Town when I visited Singapore. Chiew Kee Noddle House was the one I visited, this place found in 1949 as a wonton noodle place in the beginning, and the founder learned from Hong Konger and modified its own version of Singaporean Style Soy Chicken, with a thicker sauce and stronger taste, the sauce is relatively more sweet. Having to go there just by myself, to make it simple just ordered a plate of soy chicken noodle. The chicken was smooth and I liked the thicken soy sauce that went so well with the noodle, the noodle didn’t have alkaline flavor so it was good for me. The portion is pretty generous too. For drinks I have ordered a cold barley water, it was a little bit sweet which fit well for beverages in Singapore. Well, I love to explore new places, this 1st ever Singaporean soy chicken noodle place, is worth to visit, on top of trying those famous Singaporean dishes too. continue reading
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Level2 2013-04-04
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You can still find and taste the traditional Hong Kong style soya sauce chicken noodle in Chinatown . It is located opposite the newly renovated Chinatown Point Shopping Complex . The delicious soya sauce chicken has been around for 64 years and now passed down to the second generation. For the normal chicken meat noodle ( breast meat ) cost $3.50 and do try the chicken drumstick noodle at $4.50 , served with some vegetables aside. The lady boss insists to use the fresh pork and prawn, water chestnut and mushroom to wrap the dumpling daily , I always have to go there early as the juicy dumpling always sold out early. You can get it at 3 dumplings for $1.50 . For take away , the noodle do not taste soggy or soft even after an hour back home. During festive session like Chinese New Year , it is best to placed reservation for the whole soya sauce chicken . The lady boss only take limited orders as she insists on giving the best service and quality to her customers. The environment is clean and easy to located. continue reading
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