We had dinner at Huat Kee on Sat early evening for 17 persons. Dishes ordered: prawn roll (hae cho), steamed pomfret, goose meat combo, spicy crayfish, fish maw soup, fried Kai Lan, fried chicken with glutinous rice, birthday buns and orh née dessert. Meal per table costs $398.
Huat Kee is an established Teochew restaurant known for its good staple Teochew dishes and we came with high expectation for a nice hearty dinner to celebrate our mum's birthday.
We were the first group of diners at 1830 hrs and all the food served were lukewarm and lacked sufficient seasoning for a delicious dinner. Service and ambience is better than the food! Very disappointing and what a letdown. Not sure if their regular chefs had an off day but this will be our first and last dinner there.
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