Joe’s Kitchen

So, just for taste teasers, my mum decided to also add to our dinner, a place highly reccomended by one of the pastors at church : Joe’s Kitchen

We headed right a few steps away from the Hong Kong Street zhi char place and found this place.


Seems to have quite a write up on this place.. 🙂


Spot the famous patronisers


So anyways, because we ordered quite a fair bit from our zhi char, so we thought we order some of the reccomended dishes :


Thai Prawn Fish Cake



Honey Chicken

Verdict: 3/3 of us are coming back here to try the other things on the menu!!!
The Honey Chicken was like fantastic. Ok apart from that u couldn’t go wrong with fried food, but even when we brought it home,( we probably stay 15-20 mins away on a clear traffic day) the chicken was not soggy but still remained crispy? Which i thought was pretty amazing.
For all the prawn lovers, the fish cake was bite full of prawns- super liked by my mum.

Joe’s Kitchen
Blk 125 Bukit Merah Lane 1,

Hong Kong Street Chun Kee (Bukit Merah) 香港街珍記

After church, because I had to rush back to complete my studying, so i told mum if we could just take away something near by for dinner.

So she suggested this zhi char place at bukit merah (was formally from
Ang Mo Kio- one of my favourite zhi char favourite) to ta bao 🙂


Entrance : Spot the celebrity!


if you enter from the back …

I can’t help but wonder why they like to call themselves Hong Kong Street zhi char when in hong kong, their ‘zhi char’ style is so different from like Singapore’s style .. But that aside, sure why not?

So we ordered:


Mince pork with long beans – Si ji dou


Fish Slice bee hoon 🙂 ❤ much!


Special Toufu


Daily Special: Pork patties

Verdict: 3/3 of us will return here. I love the fish bee hoon soup  – the soup is flavoured with tinges of chinese wine 🙂 very yummy on a rainy day 🙂  The pork patties, first time i am trying it and ittastes like mcdonald’s breakfast sausage patties but not as saltish and with sauce 🙂
toufu was just ok .. no biggie ..  long beans too ..
will return for the dry sam lo hor fun ( plain white noodles fried with bean sprouts and fish slices ❤ )

Hong Kong Street Chun Kee (Bukit Merah) 香港街珍記
125 Bukit Merah Lane 1,
#01-190 Singapore