Hong Kong and Singapore share a lot of similarities as cities. Sweltering heat. Towering buildings. Rickety colonial statues. Their reputation as two of the great dining cities of Asia go hand in hand as well, and Chinese food is the biggest card that both cities’ culinary scenes have to play. New Hong Kong Street Chun Kee Restaurant is an example of the best that Chinese food, Hong Kong-style has to offer in Singapore, and their location on Cheong Chin Nam Road is the place to pick some of it up if you’re in Bukit Timah. Take the train to Beauty World Station for a menu that features sliced fish with spring onion and ginger, fried tofu with seafood claypot and their signature Chun Kee Hor Fan, flat rice sheets fried quickly with bean sprouts and fish and served in gravy. For one of the better Hong Kong-style Chinese restaurants in Singapore, Chun Kee is the place to go: book a table now.
It was not a surprise. But, meal and experience at the restaurant went almost exactly as I had initially thought that it would turn out to be
My experience at the restaurant went as what I had initially expected