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Liang Kee Teochew Restaurant

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The famous authentic, mouth watering Teochew cuisine restaurant, LIANG KEE,
has a brand new location at Whampoa West!We are the ONLY true authentic LIANG KEE Resturant in Singapore, offering true-to-its-roots teochew dishes at pocket friendly prices. with over 20 years of experience, Chef Ng is a dedicated chef who handles every dish with care and perfection. Chef Ng believes cooking comes from the heart, and insists on cooking each and every dish himself, even when he has a pool of capable assistants at his beck and call.


Try the famous braised pork with beancurdthat melts in your mouth, Or the cold crab that  is steamed to perfection, exuding sweetness with every bite. The sambal Crayfish is also a must order dish at every table, and if you are a yam paste lover, you are in for a treat! As the yam paste here is famous for having the right consistency without being too sweet.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 62977789
$34 based on 13 submissions
Children/Family (6 votes), Dinner (6 votes), After Work (3 votes)
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Braised duck with tau gua is not bad but slightly too saltish. The kway Tiao was good. The winter melon with chicken soup tasted not too bad, it's has red dates and scallop inside. Lastly, the cold crab is meaty, about 30 bucks odd for 1 cold crab. The crab is not the freshest but was or average standard. They have good dipping sauce for the crab.

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  • briased duck5 votes
  • orh-nee (yam paste)4 votes
  • crayfish (chilli or black pepper)2 votes
  • fish maw soup2 votes
  • oyster omelete2 votes
  • steamed fish2 votes
  • bittergourd fish head1 vote
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• 21 Jun 2014 • 14 reviews • 0 follower

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Braised duck with tau gua is not bad but slightly too saltish. The kway Tiao was good. The winter melon with chicken soup tasted not too bad, it's has red dates and scallop inside. Lastly, the cold crab is meaty, about 30 bucks odd for 1 cold crab. The crab is not the freshest but was or average standard. They have good dipping sauce for the crab.
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• 04 May 2014 • 442 reviews • 7 followers

Liang Kee - lovely family restaurant

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This place is rather non-descript and looks rather much like a high-class coffeeshop with air-con and table-cloth adorning the table top. It has a very casual and laid-back feel, but it was brightly lit and soothed by the green-ness of the restaurant. There was no service charge despite the friendly service.   After ordering a pot of hot tea, we had the Braised Duck served to us - cut finely in thin slices, tender and soft in flesh; the gravy was not too salty or thick. It was delicious, I just wondered why the fried beancurd (tau kwa) wasn't ordered because usually the braised duck comes together with beancurd.   Next, the Deep Fried Prawn Rolls - I had initially thought it was the "Ngor Hiang" from the looks of it, but one crispy bite into the delicacy told me I was way wrong. The sweet palatable flavor of the prawn was unmistakable, and rather strong. It was not oily (amazingly) but was crispy and the rest just melted into the mouth deliciously.   Then we had the Prawns with Garlic Chives - the gravy tasted like pork / chicken broth. The garlic chives were soft and easy to chew, with a refreshing overture. The prawns were bouncy with freshness and its juicy flavor was notably scrumtious. Mushroom slices enhanced the overall flavor.   For more detailed information or photos, please feel free to drop by: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/05/dinner-at-liang-kee-teochew-restaurant.html

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• 05 Feb 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Not bad for family meals

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Brought my parents there for a meal. Braised duck, fish maw soup and yam paste are very good. Steamed fish is a little of a let down though.
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