Review: Chee Kei (Hong Kong)

Chee Kei: Wonton Noodles, Fried Dice Fishball & Jasmine Tea

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Chee Kei

is a store known for its traditional Cantonese wonton noodles. Quite ordinary but decent.

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Wonton Noodles

The soup is fairly flavourful, the noodles is firm and springy, and the wonton has soft skin with prawn filling. It is quite likeable. However when compared to other wonton noodles in Hong Kong, this is actually quite ordinary. Still decent though.

Fried Dice Fishball

This fried fishball uses dice fish paste with chopped spring onions added. It has savory flavors, but a bit too salty for my liking. It is a decent choice if you like savoury stuff.


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