Sin Kee Bak Kut Teh - 2nd visit @ Gaya Street
Sin Kee Bak Kut Teh @ Gaya Street
Visit reviewed: 9/01/2010 and 17/01/2010
Raining season, been raining non-stop passed few days in Kota Kinabalu. Great time to go for Bak Kut Teh, you'll be suprise to see almost every Bak Kut Teh Restaurant were pack, can't even find a seat or table, have to stand and wait till the patrons finish, that's our queuing system. This is my 2nd visit to Sin Kee BKT, I prefer here because their service is fast and good, food also fit my tastebud. True enough, even though they run out of claypot for 2 person serving, they still make an effort to serve you the food in 1 person serving claypot and explained to you they had to separate it into 2 pots, I have no problem with that, just bring it on, hungry.
Highly recommend you to go here for Bak Kut Teh, especially when you're hungry. Service is fast, price is reasonable and food is quite good.
Side Dishes: Pickle (Chinese Kimchi), Tofu, Yau Car Kwai
Yau Char Kwai
Lettuce in Oyster sauce and Stir-fried Choy Sum
Stir-Fried Choy Sum
Lettuce in Oyster Sauce
Claypot Bak Kut Teh (1person serving)
Pork Stomach, intestine, rib and belly meat
Pork Liver cooked in Chinese Wine (1 person serving)
Total paid for dinner, RM40.50
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