Decades-old Swee Kee Eating House now open after renovation works

Photo: Swee Kee Eating House/Facebook

Swee Kee Eating House has come a long way since its humble beginnings along Chin Chew Street in the 1950s. Reverting back to its original name — the restaurant was formerly known as Swee Kee (Ka-Soh) Fish Head Noodle House — the long-standing fish soup noodle joint has re-opened this week after a bout of renovations at its Amoy Street space.

The restaurant when it was on Chin Chew Street. Photo: Swee Kee Eating House/Facebook

Even though it’s been on the street for more than 21 years, the eatery still serves up old school Cantonese dishes in local street food style, so head over to chow down on signature dishes like fish head noodles, prawn paste chicken, spare pork ribs and fried seafood tofu.

Swee Kee Eating House is at 96 Amoy St, 6224-9920. Daily 11.30am-2.30pm, 5.30pm-10pm.

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