Although Chuen Kee is a big seafood restaurant with tanks of live seafood; but it also serves good n inexpensive dim sum and non seafood dishes.
Went there for lunch, ordered a small portion of steam rice with minced pork n salted fish, a plate of poached vegetables n a platter of roast duck n roast pork. The food was good n prices were reasonable.
Nothing much to talk about the ambience cos the restaurant was packed. But it's really an experience dining amongst locals n watched them linger over Chinese tea n a yarn.
Advice: order the daily specials printed in Chinese. Not necessary to refer to their main menus. At the end of meal; do leave room to order their steam custard buns. Apparently they only sell 300 pieces daily.
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