Saturday, May 30, 2009

Food Review - Restoran Soo Kee (Shredded Chicken Meat Noodles)

Restoran Soo Kee
FoodShredded Chicken Meat Noodles
Paramount Garden PJ

Getting thereComing from the direction of Section 19 towards Paramount, you will see the Shell Station on your right just before the KFC outlet at the traffic lights junction. Make a right turn immediately after Shell Station. The shop is on the left, just before the street junction where the Rojak/Cendol stall is. (

ParkingIn the vicinity of the Shell Station and the shop-lots there, there’s ample parking.

ServiceBusiness there is brisk as it is always buzzing with activity. This place is run by a family.
This place has been operating here for a number of years now and has many loyal customers. Altho’ it is a typical Chinese styles coffee shop, it is well maintained – clean and well-ventilated.

On the day I visited, the shop didn’t turn on the lights within, but it was still well enough lit for lunch without being distracting. Well, we all need to do our bit to help Mummy Terra Dearest before she gets in serious trouble like in Battle for Terra (

TasteGreat tasting Ipoh-Style Gai See Hor Fun (Shredded Chicken Meat Noodles). For first timers, the soupy version is recommended. Plus, the noodles are topped with thinly sliced mid-sized shrimps (2 inch variety)

PresentationServed in red plastic bowls. Very presentable but it would’ve been better if they had used porcelain ones instead.

VarietyThey would serve the noodles either in soup or dry. We went for the original soupy variety altho’ I have a strong affinity towards dry noodles. They also serve excellent shrimp Wan Tan as side orders.

Value for MoneyGood value for the food but the portion was quite dainty in size and would prove to be insufficient, especially not if it tastes so good. So be prepared for seconds when you eat there.

Very good food at reasonable prices but you would not get full on standard sized orders.

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