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Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant 李貴(亞蟹)席館

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Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant [李貴(亞蟹)席館]
When you talk about authentic old school Teochew restaurants in Singapore, Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) is one of the restaurants that will come to mind. I remember going to the restaurant as a child with my parents, and my favourite and most memorable dish would be their succulent cold crab.

Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant [李貴(亞蟹)席館]

It’s located along a row of shophouses in Chinatown, and easily accessible by Chinatown train station which is just one street away.

Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant [李貴(亞蟹)席館]

The restaurant was a buzz of activity during the Chinese New Year when I met up with my friends.

Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant [李貴(亞蟹)席館]

Yusheng! I love how each restaurant has their own version, and how the staff says all the good wishes when they prepare the yusheng. Some of them are pretty creative with their greetings, I must say.

Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant [李貴(亞蟹)席館]

捞啊!Toss to a great year ahead!
My ambition is to toss yusheng 20 times during the 15 days of Chinese New Year. My record so far is 6, so a long long way more to go haha.

Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant [李貴(亞蟹)席館]

Braised Duck, one of the restaurant’s specialities

Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant [李貴(亞蟹)席館]

I really liked the yam ring, which was soft and crispy. Awfully good.

Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant [李貴(亞蟹)席館]

Oyster Omelette
Another popular dish at Ah Hoi. It’s not too bad.

Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant [李貴(亞蟹)席館]

Chee Hong tucking in the yummy yam ring.

Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant [李貴(亞蟹)席館]

Fried greens

Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant [李貴(亞蟹)席館]

Kong Bak Pau (braised/stewed pork served in steamed buns/扣肉包)
A sinfully good dish that’s hard to resist. Heck, it’s New Year so I’ll just eat!

Lee Kui is a dependable place to go to if you are looking for some traditional Teochew eats. There’s no frills, no fancy decor nor ground-breaking dishes, but the wholesome dishes and friendly staff make you feel right at home. You can never go wrong here, and it’s a place where I will bring people I call family to. :)

Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant
Address: 8,9,10 Mosque Street
Tel: 6222 3654
Opening Hours: Daily 11:00AM – 2:30PM; 5:00PM – 10:00PM


Author: spunktitud3

A little post by a fun-loving spunky gal in love with the quirky, the artsy and anything which inspires new creations. Read about her adventures on: spunktitud3.wordpress.com

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