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Popular HK Wanton Noodle Spot Is Offering 2 Mains For $10 And Free-Flow Mango Pomelo Sago

Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert's 10th Year Anniversary!

Boasting close to 20 outlets islandwide—all located within shopping malls—, Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert is a chain eatery that is fairly well-known amongst Singaporeans.

For the love of all food Asian, Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert sure strikes all the right chords. Serving the likes of Wanton Noodles and their signature Mango Pomelo Sago, the excellent quality leaves little to wonder as to why it is such a popular spot for comfort fare amongst Singaporeans.

Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert’s New Revamped Menu

Contrary to popular belief, this chain does not serve just ice-cold desserts for people to end off their day on a sweet note. Their menu does include a selective but quality-focused main dish section for diners to indulge in hearty, soulful grub too.

What’s better, in celebration of their 10th year anniversary, they will be launching a brand-new menu with 10 new additions that’s sure to tickle the fancy of diners old and new. Look forward to an array of rice and noodle dishes as well as small bites to complement your main!

Psst, they are also having ongoing promotions, including one where you can get unlimited servings of their signature mango dessert!

23 Nov – 26 Nov 2020: 2 Mains For $10

For 4 days only, score yourself a great bang for your buck deal with Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert’s promotional price where you can get 2 mains for $10 on top of free-flow Sheng Kee Mango Pomelo Sago*!

Choose from 14 different tantalising main dishes that are all so appealing, you’re to sure to be spoilt for choice!

Signature HK Wanton Noodle

This mainstay on their menu isn’t a new item on their menu, and we are glad that it is here for good.

Offered in both soup and dry versions, their Signature HK Wanton Noodle ($6.90) is a pretty straightforward item comprising just springy egg noodles, wantons and a helping of choy sum. Every single element is executed so excellently that it makes diners wonder how exactly such a simple dish could be so tasty.

The highlight of the dish, however, has got to be their handmade wanton that does not compromise on quality in any sense.

Handmade with Kurobuta Pork and Fresh Prawn Fillings

These hand-wrapped wanton are prepared fresh daily in their central kitchen.

Fresh, plump prawns and premium kurobuta pork meat are first being minced up and combined, before being seasoned with their in-house recipe. The wantons are then individually wrapped by hand—not machines—before being boiled in their tasty soup.

The result? The eggy skin envelops a generous helping of prawn and pork mix that’s tender, bouncy and undoubtedly well-seasoned all the way to the core.

Comforting Rice Mains

On top of their Signature Wanton Noodles, the newly-launched menu consists of an array of other main dishes including rice-based ones. This includes the Steamed Pork Ribs Rice ($7.30) and Sheng Kee Golden Fried Rice ($7.90).

The former features savoury pork ribs, fermented black beans, Hong Kong choy sum and pickled vegetables atop a bed of rice. The latter is the eatery’s rendition of all Singaporean households’ staple dish—their version comes with diced char siew, fresh prawns, green beans and eggs tossed together with some salted egg to give the dish another dimension of flavours.

Luncheon Meat and Egg Mala Soup Noodle

If you’ve ever been to a cha chaan teng in Hong Kong, you’d know that Chan Dan Min (Hong Kong Luncheon Meat Noodle) is one of the favourites amongst both locals and tourists alike. This dish is known to be Hong Kong’s version of instant noodles.

Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert sets their version apart from the standard variation—their Luncheon Meat and Egg Mala Soup Noodle ($7.50) sees 2 thick slabs of luncheon meat, fried egg, choy sum and enoki mushrooms served along with their springy egg noodles. These ingredients are complemented with a soul-comforting and robust mala soup base.

Noodle Mains

The new menu also consists of a couple of other noodles main dishes such as the Sliced Pork Belly Mala Soup Noodle ($8.30), Braised Pork Rib Noodle (Dry/ Soup) ($7.30), Seafood Mala Soup Noodle ($9.90) and Seafood Dry Noodle ($9.50).

All of these dishes are unique in their own ways and are sure to delight your tastebuds. What’s worth a shoutout though, has got to be their Mala broth—this brand-new addition is made with mala paste and Jinhua Ham broth; a combination that results in a fiery, numbing and savoury soup base.

Dim Sum and Side Dishes You Should Try!

On top of the 2 mains for $10 deal that you’ll be sure to snag,  make no mistake and order up some of their side dishes and dim sum offerings to complement your meal or to nibble away on. These small plates are apt for sharing if you are here with a group of friends!

Some of these small bites include Steamed Pork Ribs with Black Bean Sauce ($3.90), Steamed Chicken Feet ($3.60) and Prawn Paste Chicken Mid Wings ($5.30/4pc).

The Best Of Hong Kong Delights

If you haven’t already tried out the delicious food from Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert, we reckon now’s the best time to do so!

For more information, visit their website http://www.shengkeedessert.com/.
Find them on Facebook and Instagram too!

*Terms and conditions:

  • While stocks last.
  • Only valid for dine-in.
  • Only valid from 23 – 26 November 2020 at 14 Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert outlets (check website for list of participating outlets).
  • Each customer is limited to 60 minutes of dining time.
  • Not valid in conjunction with other discounts, promotions and privileges.
  • Price is inclusive of service charge and GST.
  • Only valid when customers flash the promotional image.
  • $1 will be charged for change of soup base from Jin Hua Ham Soup to Mala soup.

 

 

 

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