Friday, September 21, 2012

Sin Kee @ Brickfields KL

One of my favorite food is Hainanese Chicken Chop...
Yut Kee is still one of the good ones..
However it seems that their quality is dropping..
maybe too many people and they couldn't mantain their quality...

SK told me that the pork chop at Sin Kee is very good...
Me and my wife went over there and tried their pork chop......


Sin Kee restaurant...
We were there about 12pm....
less crowd.... but it was crowded at 1pm...
So go early...

Pork Chop .. looks so delicious..
Sin Kee = RM13 Yut Kee price is RM10... 30% higher...
But Sink Kee's portion is bigger compare to Yut Kee..
Sin Kee has lots of green peas and red beans... and I like the potatoes .. 
Yut Kee has a stronger taste on the gravy...
I would prefer Sin Kee... 




We look around the shop and we saw that they are actually famous of their "Man" Rice
My wife order that... It was a very big portion
Lot of ingredients (pork. lap cheong)...
But we feel that it was just average...

We ordered a side dish...
Pork soya sauce... 
The taste is unique.. 
They put some "tau chu" and some ginger...
I remember that my mum use to cook this style but she cook it on the fish not pork..
I would say that it is nice... something difference..

I will definitely go back again..
They also offer a lot of dishes and you could have lunch/dinner with your family...
Very nice..... Price is slightly expensive but the portion is BIG .....



57 comments:

  1. I am always treated here with yummy sights, and I leave always wanting for your food :)

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  2. SP, you no sick already, started to eat big meal eh!

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    1. Later you gain back your 5kg and extra 5kg.

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    2. no lah, this was the meal he had before he fell sick.. hahahaha!! so long overdue~~

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    3. Why you guys believed that he was so damn sick meh? He just bullshit to win sympathies from you aunties to manja him!! Now all his secrets exposed naked!!

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    4. I also begin to suspect SP was not sick but to get manja with the ladies....He is so jolly and happy, ding dong around Klang Valley looking for delicious food!

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    5. yalor, that day we meet him, he looked like he can kill a few tigers also lah, no sick at all..

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    6. KL got a lot of hamsap chai like him who love to sweet talk the aunties who will become his starfish victims!!!

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    7. SK, 'he looked like he can kill a few tigers also lah'.. HAHA! :D

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    8. Makan like this, he'll gain more than what he lost when he was sick lah.
      And all tha jogging will be of no use! waakaka

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  3. they used to operate under a big tree where the KL sentral is now... yummy food too!

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  4. yay!!! i love their pork chop very much.. though slight expensive but i think still OK with that portion lah.. the pork is tender and i love those loaded sides they generously give..

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    1. We don't have pork chop here in Taiping, sigh~

      Want to eat pork chop, need to self-make it in the kitchen.

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    2. home made pork chop nice mah.. this one also taste like home made one.. :)

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  5. 12pm is a good time to go, i think after 12:30pm there will start to be crowds rushing in.. no idea about weekends, but last time i was working in KL Sentral, it's always packed during lunch time.. so we usually booked table and also ordered the dishes first if we are going in a gang..

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  6. the 炆飯 really so so only lah, i don't actually fancy that, after eating that i feel so "jelak" lah.. maybe because it's huge and with lots of ingredients like seafood and meat, then people like that.. i prefer their fried rice a lot more, they use luncheon meat, lap cheong, pork and prawns to fry.. RM7.50, slightly more expensive but then again, huge portion and lots of ingredients..

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  7. oh the soy sauce pork, i haven't tried that before leh, and it looks good woh, must try next time.. normally if i go there, i order about the same thing lah.. haha!! 油浸鯇魚 (recommended) and sambal sotong/prawns (i like the gravy so much) are always in my list.. :p

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  8. Food looks good at Sin Kee. I love food with lots of gravy like these.

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    1. SP says when you and ah hua comes to KL, he belanja us go Sin Kee makan, wakakakaka~~ :D

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    2. He will bring them eat Roti Chanai la....






      Need to provoke SP baru he will take action!

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    3. Sin Kee only ka? So kiam siap.

      But I cannot finish the portion of pork chop leh, too big already~

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    4. He damn kiam siap one la. Talk big talk cock about dividends and now ask him belanja, he said give all to mama!!! Aduh!

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  9. actually besides the food, their drinks also not cheap.. they have these containers of sea coconut selling at RM4, wow, expensive lah~~

    and did you notice they use English when taking order?? even the Ah Pek are good in English leh, haha..

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    1. So you must also speak like that... put American slang also! ;p

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  10. Yummylicious...guess next time I will see Mamarazzi posting about this.

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  11. So much pork and meat!!! Sure SP smell like Babi!!! Ha ha ha ha....

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  12. It has been a long time since I tried Pork chop. The portions looked so BIG and I have to share with my wife la.

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  13. You promote this shop, but no reveal the address. How to go wor?

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    1. No need address, ah hua, SP will bring you there when you are in KL.

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    2. Still ask for the address on safer side. Mana tau, this SP cannot come out - Fui Fui's day, remember?

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    3. You are right, he cannot be trusted one lah.. That silly SP have to talk so many big rounds and forget where to meet up! He is rubbish la and I suspect he finished all my biscuits!!!!! I will cabut all his bulu like the chicken rice in his office!!

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  14. But I really salute you and Fui Fui, each of you had a plate of protein and carbo; and still can order side dish~

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    1. These dishes sure look great to me.. I still say Malaysia has the best food ever! :)

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    2. They need lots of energy for the ahem ahem and grrr grrr later lah, Yvonne! kakaka

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  15. That "Man" Rice portion really look big. Would love to try their pork chop too... ;-)

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  16. The pork chop is full of sauce, very different.

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  17. Must try to this one day.. looks yummy yummy ^_^

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  18. This is kopitiam or cafe? RM13, so expensive. RM10 reasonable...

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  19. Penang one only RM3.50! Unbelievable!!!
    http://suituapui.wordpress.com/2010/12/26/hes-the-man/

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  20. My kind of food but I stay away from Brickfields because of the traffic and parking issue. Btw, I grew up in Brickfields, 20 years staying in the government quarters.

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  21. This place is pretty famous for its signature rice (mun fan). Most of office workers would go there for lunch due to its price and portion. I've been there once and I quite like their rice but getting a place during peak hours is a nightmare.

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  22. The pork chop looks good! But i don't think i will go there... parking is a nightmare at Brickfields.

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  23. Their pork chop look yummy, but this place is too far from my place..too bad..

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  24. oooh, my friend brought me here once, to try the 'man fan' bowl rice. i thought it was quite interesting, and i would order it again if i saw it served anywhere else :D

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  25. Hmm, it's normal when that restaurant is crowded, the quality drops...

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    1. But from the photos, the food looks yummy~

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  26. OMG! The pork chop is making me hungry!!

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  27. I seldom go Brickfields! It's SK's territory right? LOL! Must one day go there and try this Sin Kee! Thanks for sharing! : )

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  28. mouth watering... i really wish we do have such kinda restaurant in here... all they wanna cook are westernized food ... fatty and not delicious

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  29. the price is so worth it, the pork chop! can't find it here le

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  30. woo! i love pork chop. where is this? along the mainroad of brickfields or hidden somewhere in the lanes?

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  31. Hubby is a fan of pork chop, must bring him here, thanks for the recommendation!

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  32. Didn't know they have pork chop. Perhaps that will be a reason to visit them. Not been here quite a few years.

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  33. woah so many food lo . . . next time jio me ok? XD I love hunt food hehehe

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