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Introduction
Teck Kee prepares food in small batches. We are proud of our traditions and heritage Our Dim Sums are results of stringent control in quality of raw materials. We know that finest raw material is a great start to superior quality products. Together with time honored techniques in crafting the artisan dough. We strive to provide the freshest Dim Sums for generations to come. continue reading
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
http://www.teckkeepau.com/
Review (3)
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Level4 2013-06-12
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A box of Fatty Pau from Teck kee containing 2 big chicken paus and 8 small char siew paus. Everything tastes weird without the warmth from the paus, blame it to my forgetfulness as I forget to reheat them as i was struggling with my morning rush. Pau skin tastes bitter and comes with weird taste and feels a little hard from the exterior.Big chunk of chicken meat has been wrapped. Still managed to feel the crunchiness of some vegetables added though. Char Siew was finely chopped and well processed. Sweetness and tenderness has been well maintained with rich flavours. However the food was rather saltish this time round.Overall my parents and I felt very thirsty after eating them. Perhaps the quality will be well maintained if it was to be served warm after all! continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-17
136 views
Teck kee pau has many outlets throughout Singapore. This makes them a good choice to grab a quick breakfast anyway. I really like their char siew baos which are fluffy and moist and juicy all at the same time. The bun itself is light fluffy and tasty while the char siew filling is a mix of pork meat and fat so it is juicy. The sauce is tasty and savory, with complexity of flavour. It's really yummy and the reasonable prices make a treat that you can enjoy everyday continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)