MacPherson locals go crazy for this Singapore establishment of seafood. You can’t get any fresher than well, alive, and at Ming Kee diners can choose from an impressive range of fish and seafood that is literally still swimming. When all decisions are final, the chosen ones are taken to the kitchen to be cooked, perfectly, according to time-tested Chinese recipes and then presented minutes later with noodles, rice and fresh oriental veggies. The excellently located Ming Kee – set just off the bustle of Macpherson Road – is an ideal restaurant for many occasions. The Chinese-style cooking is some of the best you’ll find in Singapore and the atmosphere is friendly and relaxing. Avoid any disappointment and reserve your table now.
Really enjoyed our overall dinner experience at Ming Kee! I am really surprised at the food quality. The top dish in my opinion was the steam soon hock (hong kong style). The fish was steamed to perfection and you can really tell that the fish was well and alive a few minutes ago! The sauce was light yet flavourful! It was just wow! The bamboo claim with minced garlic and butter was also another top dish!! Garlic infused with butter that covered the intense garlic taste and power that it normally has... my wife being a non-garlic eater polished off all the garlic! Crab bee hoon was nice but alittle too wet for my liking. The more you eat it the sweeter it gets... it was a very nice but could have been better! Will be back!
Food was good and the seafood was fresh! No complains for more than the 8 dishes we have ordered. Looking forward to be there again.
The service is generally very well received especially from the boss himself. The crab bee hoon is very tasty and the crab is fresh and meaty.
Food was fantastic, price for crab bee hoon on the high side, Environment is cozy and serving staffs are friendly. Wonder why there is a cover charge per pax imposed.
Highly recommend crab beehoon. We enjoyed the CNY dinner at Ming Kee Restaurant. Location is easy to find. Great place for gathering with friends. Well done!
Cook seems to have changed. Food very salty, over use of soya sauce, deviating from Teochew roots, which is tasty in simplicity.. The Lala steamed totally no standard. Tiny and salty. Will not go again.
Quiet vintage restaurant . Owner was friendly. Standard maintained . Menu range wide.One factor is the pricing seem to be higher than last time .
There were no other customers on that night, besides us. The food was just okey, it used to be better from my first visit a year ago.
food is not up to expectations and expensive overall not recommended will prefer to try the one next door - yijia resturant the next round