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(Closed) Por Kee Eating House

AsianChinese
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.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • champagne pork ribs6 votes
  • Bean Curd3 votes
  • special homemade tofu3 votes
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28 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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.
29 Sep 2013 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Good food despite poor service and below standard cleanliness

Good food if you dont mind unhappy staffs, long and confusing waiting though you made reservatio
04 Jul 2013 • 245 reviews • 1 follower

decent cze char in tiong bahru

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.
01 Jul 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

I love the stuffed lotus duck, cereal prawns and of course champagne pork ribs

This place never disappoints. Great food at reasonable prices. The service is fast. I love all the dishes especially the champagne pork ribs!
26 Jun 2013 • 36 reviews • 0 follower

no...no...no

If you want a good dinner, this is NOT a place to be! Some of the food, no joking, turned my whole face red and heighten my body temperature! Even there were rats on the floor, dirty floors and unhappy staffs! This restaurant is so bad my friends are complaining to them. And let me tell you this...this could be the WORST RESTAURANT OF SINGAPORE!