Liang Kee Restaurant - Back to my Teochew roots
Liang Kee Restaurant
737 Havelock Road
Stir-fried fish heads with bitter gourds
We hardly go to any Teochew restaurants and I initially resisted the idea of going to this one, however I was pleasantly surprised. When I think about Teochew food, I think about my grandmother's cooking of her steam fish and stir fry vegetables, but this place serves up pretty interesting food too. We had sambal crayfish, fish maw with assorted vegetables stew, stir-fried fish-heads with bitter gourd and the traditional goose meat. Everything was pretty good, I am not sure if it was pricey we had lunch for 4 for S$95, but it was expensive due to the crayfish and the fish maw which had sea cucumber in it. So I guess if you tried the other things on the menu, it is rather reasonable. I would say overall it was good food, my father who is the most teochew of us all certified it good and brought my grandmother there the next day, so I guess, two thumbs up from me, the teochew girl.