We have eaten at the Sheng Kee branch in MyTown Mall a few times and the food tastes fine but this time the food does not taste as good as before so I guess it will be our last time there. Sui Gao and Char Siew wanton mee in soup at MYR 17.90++ (10% service charge and 6% SST = MYR 20.76 nett).
If you are big fans on pork belly, be sure having Sheng Kee’s braised pork rice (梅菜扣肉饭) RM16.90 featuring steam rice topped with braised pork belly slices and Muy Choi (preserved cabbage). The braised sliced pork is succulent juicy while combined with a fragrant aroma of Muy Choi, tastes even more delicious if mixing them all together before starts digging in.
SK Signature Combination Noodles (Dry) - MYR 18.90++ (10% service charge and 6% GST making it MYR 22.05 nett). The combination food items are: BBQ pork (Char Siew), 3 Wantons and 2 Sui Kow dumplings. My friend did not like the gravy of this noodle - she says that the gravy tastes as if it has a budget version of sesame oil in it but the texture of the noodles is nice - soft yet springy. A small bowl of broth accompanies this dry noodle dish.
We were at MyTown Shopping Centre and did not know what to eat until we spotted Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert which we have been to its outlet in One Utama so we decided to eat there.