Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Sin Kee (Brickfields)

We just fetched my parents at KL train station and planned to eat somewhere nearby. We googled, "Food Nearby" and found this great place called Sin Kee at Brickfields. It is very suited with the unity in Malaysia whereby this old style Chinese restaurant is located in the middle of many other Indian cafes in Brickfields.

Hainanese Chicken Chop (RM 14)  

The chicken chop has a very unique taste. It also has fried potato wedges at the side. The sauce is also unique that is green in colour. There was also baked tomato and canned beans too.

Sambal Udang (RM 14) 

The sambal prawns with cucumber are simply amazing! The sauce is also thick.

Stir Fried Vegetables (RM 8) 

The vegetables are quite average but seemed to have too much cornflour.

Steamed Fish with Ginger (RM 24) 

This is quite special and the flesh is so tender. The sauce is also tasty.

The entire bill came up to a mere RM 56 which is so super cheap in this day and age!

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