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Telephone
9690 6606
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 19:30
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 19:30
Payment Method
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Signature Dishes
Duck Rice
Review (5)
Level4 2015-11-29
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For more reviews,visit www.umakemehungry.comAfter a few tries again, we finally got our butts in the Coffeeshop where Sean Kee is located - Dine In. The previous visit to Sean Kee was a takeaway and within few weeks from the last visit, we managed to visit them on a Public Holiday. We did a comparison among our visits from take away to trying out them in the Food Festival. Experience was different but I would say their braised duck was remarkable.For Dine In, though the braised rice portion is considerably half a portion lesser than take away. However, the sweet & salty gravy cradles each grain of rice well.During this time of visit, besides the 3 big brothers who was manning the stall, their dad was there too.As a soup lover, the best part of dining in the coffeehouse itself is to get a bowl of soup. Soup was tasty and with hints of herbs smell, however it also gave us a sense that it was filled with lots of MSG based on the strong taste.The mix platter was generously done with braised peanut, cucumber and beansprouts on top of the sweet braised duck meat, braised hard boil egg as well as braised Tau Gua. The tick and lucious gravy had spread all over it revealing a little sweetness which appeals to my taste buds.Cut on the braised duck was relatively even with meat being tender and tantalizing to the palate. If you like your braised duck to go with some porridge, its also available at Sean Kee. The texture of the porridge was smooth and gooey, almost like a small bowl of Congee. Once again, their dark brown gravy do wonders on the plain bowl of porridge too and seriously, I dont mind having extra bowl of it apart from a bowl of rice.Having experience both dine in and take away from Sean Kee, I would say that I would prefer having the dine in method as we get to have a good feel and taste of braised duck at its best condition. The portion of duck and rice marked a big differences between dine in and take away too. Thus, Dine In is definitely recommended. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-27
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The FoodI ordered duck meat, duck liver, braised peanuts, beancurd and egg with 2 bowls of rice. The delicious yam rice is very fragrant and have the fresh yam flavour. The braised duck meat is tender and tasty with the thick and nice braised gravy drenched on top. The beancurd also soft and can tell have been braised for quite long. The bowl of savory clear soup blends with the yam rice really well and I enjoyed it very much.The PriceReasonably priced at $12 for the whole billOverallI will definitely come back again to try the porridge and highly recommended to try this! continue reading
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Level3 2013-06-08
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It was recommended by my friend.The rice portion i find that a bit too small for me.From picture,it look a bit disgusting to mix everything together but it is really very nice. Every set comes with beansprouts, beancurd, peanuts, braised eggs, cucumbers, fish cakes, duck meat and innards smothered in a thick gravyThe duck is very soft, tender & also must try their peanuts,is braised till very soft.The thing I like most was their sauce,very thick ,is salty but i still can accept it.Do arrive early, because they sell out very fast. continue reading
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Level3 2012-04-02
22 views
This braised duck stall is located at the same kopitiam as Sin Huat Seafood Restaurant. They are opened for lunch but closed on alternate saturdays. The yam rice was great, not too sticky. The braised duck was sliced thinly and served with thick braised sauce. The sauce was on the sweeter side. They offer other side dishes as well, such as braised egg, tau gua, fish cake etc. The soup they served was very flavourful. Good for those who like salty stuff. continue reading
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