Singapore has always been seen as a melting pot of different cultures coming from diverse ethnic Asian origins but united by a common thread – the love of food. And if you share the same love of food (who doesn’t, right?), then go on a Singaporean culinary journey once again with the United Flavors of Singapore: All New Dishes From Wee Nam Kee without leaving your chair.
Enjoy the United Flavors of Singapore at Wee Nam Kee
Singaporean Beef Noodles
This traditional Chinese noodle soup dish has fork tender beef brisket, crisp Taiwan pechay and straw mushrooms. It comes with chicken broth that you can pour over the noodles to give an additional comforting taste.
Bak Kut Teh’
Bak Kut Teh’ is a hearty soup that means “meat bone tea” in English, although it doesn’t really have tea in it. What it has are pork ribs, black mushrooms, tofu and garlic. The soft pork meat is simmered in a broth of herbs and spices giving this dish bold and complex flavors with an unmistakably soothing aroma. And of course, it’s common knowledge that the part of the meat that is close to the bone is most flavorful. A perfect soup dish on a rainy night or perhaps when nursing a cold.
You might wonder why Beef Rendang is part of Wee Nam Kee’s new offerings when this is Indonesia’s National Dish. Well, for those who didn’t know, Beef Rendang is an adopted culinary son of Singapore. The flavors of this dish unfolds with every spoonful – savory, rich, creamy and hot. The zing that slowly builds up will make you want to eat more rice! The slow cooked beef brisket coated in Rendang paste is just delish! Unmistakably Asian. Truly a must try when you come and indulge in the United Flavors of Singapore: All New Dishes From Wee Nam Kee.
And when at Wee Nam Kee, don’t fail to order their killer Cereal Prawns! This is one of my favorite restaurants when it comes to this kind of offering.
They use just the right shrimp size, coated well with breakfast cereals and perfectly fried. Even if this dish is deep fried, you actually don’t get that oily feeling when you eat it. This Wee Nam Kee specialty is crunchy, beautifully golden brown, tasty and simply shiok (delicious in Singapore-English)!
Another must try is Wee Nam Kee’s Salted Egg Chinese Style Fried Chicken.
Salted eggs and deep fried chicken – wow! You’ll fall in love with the salted egg coating! Even if some may think that this dish’s ingredients are a lethal combo, I’d still eat this again and again! Just hand me some extra Hainanese chicken rice and I’m good to go!
The new dishes included in the United Flavors of Singapore by Wee Nam Kee are available for a limited time only. Visit their nearest branch now.
Ayala Triangle Gardens
Alabang Town Center
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