MUST TRY THE HOMEMADE NOODLES TAKEN MATCHING WITH FRESH GELATIN FISH SLICES @ “RESTORAN SIN KEE”

May 22, 2018 Restaurants

 

 

In our nation Malaysia, all those seafood restaurants which most favourite by the locals and visitors are presenting their mix & match selections on respective recipes. But here in Selangor we found a special indifferent seafood restaurant “Sin Kee” at Batu Caves not only serving most of the local’s chinese seafood selections but their very signature Homemade Noodles taken with fresh Gelatin Fish Slices being recognised among the best in year 2018.

The local originated Mr. Ong Chiew Kee (born 1967), who was the co-founder, together with his wife Ms. Yeo Poh Giak (born 1970) both are the recent immediate owners of this best recommended seafood eating house “Restoran Sin Kee” introducing their 30 years experienced signature chinese seafood cuisines & homemade egg-flour noodles matching with in-house prepared fresh gelatin fish slices to the market being responsed great currently.

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Mr. Ong Chiew Kee, also known Ah Siong, who at his age of only 51 years old today, staying more than 30 years in the industry. Ah Siong who initially stepped into the f&b career since his 19th began as a basic helper cum kitchen trainee in year 1986 helping in elder brother’s chinese cuisine restaurant “Sin Kee” in a shoplot at Batu Caves, later being positioned as a chef after 5 years exposed in the career.

With his great interest in eatery & chefing made Ah Siong continued his exposure in the f&b industry and took over the responsibility to run the restaurant in manner from year 1989 as the only owner. Then expanded into wider space area at Taman Industri Bolton, Batu Caves in year 1997 on name “Restoran Sin Kee”, which is the recent location. Also being assisted by wife Poh Giak all the while sided with Ah Siong in the career until today.

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In this Sin Kee seafood restaurant, the owner’s very first top recommended in menus will be their signature “Homemade Noodles” that favour in taking with in-house prepared local’s fresh Gelatin Fish (Kao Fish) slices. Usually a pot of their hourly boiled soup base insided with Gelatin Fish Head, veges & dried beancurd (Tau Pok) will be sided with homemade noodles boil-cooked to be taken either in soup or dry kon lou. Noodles taken topped with home recipe spicy minced pork, also matching together with minute boil-cooked gelatin fish slices is the best in town you must try. Options such prawn, homemade fish paste, fish maw, fish skin etc also can be served as additional sided on customer’s request.

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Secondly will be their best recommended on seafood selections, the “Roasted Crab” most wanted by their regular customers. Imported fresh meat crab all the way from Indonesia selected, best with weight of 500-600grams to be cleaned then served in roast-cooked for about 10 minutes brings the exotic crab freshness taste and excellent crab meat’s bites into mouth you neither taste better elsewhere in town.

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Another will be their “Sour & Spicy Crab”, which also among the restaurant’s daily top seller favourite by the visitors. Also the Indonesia’s fresh imported meat crab with half kilogram selected, stir-fried mixed with garlic, home recipe sauce made from at least 5 ingredients mixture and chicken egg, then serves the authentic appertising with slight spicy & crab’s freshness taste you cannot aside.

While on vegetables corner, the owner Ah Siong also introduced their best recommended restaurant’s signature “Fried Beans Pot”. Fresh green beans prepared in cutted portions, wok-fried mixed with homemade minced pork, chicken egg, onions shredded & spices mixture then finally served in claypot brings wonderful bean’s bites texture and wok taste you cannot missed when stepped into this best recognised chinese seafood eating place “Restoran Sin Kee” at Batu Caves, Selangor.

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RESTORAN SIN KEE

Address: Lot 8,

Jalan SG 1/10,

Pusat Penjaja,

Taman Industri Bolton,

68100 Batu Caves,

Selangor.

 

Business Hours: 11:30am to 3:00pm

5:00pm to 11:15pm (Daily)

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