23 Jan 2011 • 9 reviews • 4 followers
I was drawn by the signboard, Swee Kee, one may have thought that it's somewhat related to the Bukit Merah original Swee Kee chicken rice, but soon realised that the establishment since 2001, is not related to the original.
The serving is however reasonable, the rice lacked the aroma but is moist and could still satisfy the average patron. The chicken is average as much as I would like it to have been more tasty to exhibit some level of standard.
The decor is nice, ambience is good too, cozy place for friends, co-workers to have over lunch, the environment is cooling and clean. Service is prompt however, I would have like them to focus on the chicken rice itself rather than the marketing of ads boasting of its star-studded patrons.