Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Hong Kong Street Chun Tat Kee @ Potong Pasir

Potong Pasir is conveniently located along the North East MRT line from where I stay but I have never eaten there. Hence I took the train and went down to explore the place. I chanced upon this eating house opposite the Indian temple which was packed with diners. Most of the diners were having Zi Char from Hong Kong Street Chun Tat Kee. I have heard of Hong Kong Street Chun Tat Kee at Balestier but I didn't know there is one at Potong Pasir too. The crowd couldn't be wrong so I settled for dinner at the eating house.

The Braised Fish Head cooked with Bittergourd and black sauce was good and tasty. The braised fish head was chopped into small pieces and absorbed the sweetness of the black sauce. The sauce also helped to cover off the bitterness of the bittergound. Kids eating this dish have to be careful because it has a lot of bones and sometimes the fish head was not cleaned properly.

Braised Fish Head with Bittergourd 4/5

The Sambal Potato Leaves tasted very home cooked here with the fragrant of the Sambal paste immersed in the potato leaves.

Sambal Potato Leaves 4.2/5

The Prawn Paste Chicken here was lighter in colour which was crispy and not oily. It also did not have a bitter taste lingering on your palate which I usually got from those darker version.

Prawn Paste Chicken 4.2/5


Hong Kong Street Chun Tat Kee
PP881 Eating House
Blk 146 Potong Pasir Ave 2
Singapore 358361
Nearest MRT: Potong Pasir (NE Line)

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