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May 8, 2007

Yip Cheong Kee Eating House

Since the 1st time we had our dinner at People’s Park, my friends wanted to go there again to try the other Cze Cha stalls. So, the following week, we went there again. This time, we decided on Yip Cheong Kee Eating House, at the far end of the People’s Park Complex.

Here’s what we ordered:

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Can’t really remember how’s the taste. So think it should be normal. 🙂 Looking at the pics, it sure look delicious. keke

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The tofu is soft and the prawns are quite big. The dish is just nice, not very saltish.

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Here’s a dish that we would ordered almost every meal. (If you do notice! 😛 ) The prawn paste chicken is not as saltish as some of the others which I had. It’s just nice.

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This is one of my favourite dish for that night. It’s very simple and yet yummy! The salted fish with the beansprouts tasted yummy!

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The fried you tiao is very nice. Praises were heard at our table but hubby and I think that our maid’s cooking was nicer. Hehe

Overall comments given by my group of makan kakis: It’s better than the previous stall that we went the other time.

2 Comments on “Yip Cheong Kee Eating House

huisia
May 8, 2007 at 5:04 PM

the “you tiao” not oily meh?

Mama Tang
May 9, 2007 at 10:24 PM

nope, not oily at all. there’s fish paste in the ‘you tiao’ too 🙂

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