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(Closed) Por Kee Eating House (波记冷气海鲜酒楼)

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Located at Seng Poh Lane, Por Kee Eating House serves Chinese Food / Zhi Char.

Mon - Sun: 11:30 - 00:30

+65 62210582
$27 based on 44 submissions
Dinner (14 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (14 votes), Children/Family (12 votes)
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It is open again!!

Heard from my friend that they re-opened and decided to go back there to eat again! :)

As usual, food is extremely delicious. The group of people I was with were all these for the first time except me and they all loved it. Will definitely be back again.

We sat outside on a Sunday night as it was extremely crowded. Was slightly unpleasant, but that's because we booked too late. Need to call to reserve at least 1 day in advance.

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• 28 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

It is open again!!

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Heard from my friend that they re-opened and decided to go back there to eat again! :)

As usual, food is extremely delicious. The group of people I was with were all these for the first time except me and they all loved it. Will definitely be back again.

We sat outside on a Sunday night as it was extremely crowded. Was slightly unpleasant, but that's because we booked too late. Need to call to reserve at least 1 day in advance.
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• 29 Sep 2013 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Good food despite poor service and below standard cleanliness

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Good food if you dont mind unhappy staffs, long and confusing waiting though you made reservatio
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• 04 Jul 2013 • 244 reviews • 1 follower

decent cze char in tiong bahru

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hotos and more: http://andmorefood.wordpress.com/2013/07/04/por-kee-eating-house-tiong-bahru/ 

    this place is truly old-school: slightly cantankerous chinese-speaking staff, blue-white plastic dinnerware, and good food unpretentiously plated. the only caveat here is that while admittedly tasty, the food is a little on the rich + oily side – and I’m not one for fatty meats or oily vegetables (but you jolly well could be!)   the restaurant enjoys fantastic business – table spills out from the main airconditioned eating house right out to the corridors of the adjoining building, and the open space next to a carpark; and every table was taken up. particularly surprising since it’s not really along the main thoroughfare, but less curious given the standard of cooking.   we had a teochew-style steamed fish; a glistening house-specialty of fatty champagne ribs; fried silky eggy tofu with mushrooms; and two plates of sauteed vegetables. the tofu was my favourite – it was so soft and silky in the centre.    I think the flavors were good, but the cooks have a terribly heavy hand with the oil. every dish was just a bit too oily, even the vegetables, which left you with a greasy feel on the mouth – rather off-putting to me.    we’d return more frequently if the dishes were less oil-slippery, the meat less fatty – I certainly can’t begrudge the flavors here, and the cooking style could be right up your alley.   reservations definitely needed, and it’s a good place for family.
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