Hung Kee: "Family Cantonese and Indonesian Dining" Witte de Withstraat, city center Tip by Rixie

 
 

This is a simple little basement restaurant that serves enormous servings of Cantonese and Indonesian food. Good food at reasonable prices, friendly service. A lot of local Chinese families seem to eat here -- which, to me, is a good recommendation in itself.

Favorite Dish: I had the bami, similar to what we in the U.S. call chow mein, only a thinner noodle. I was served a big plate of noodles with thin slivers of pork and vegetables. At that point, I was footsore from walking all day, and famished. The bami was just what I needed: tasty, hearty comfort food. Others in my party had char siu (barbecued pork), soyu chicken, and vegetarian gado-gado, which they liked.

Address: Witte de Withstraat, 61B
Price Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: Near the Photographic Institute
Phone: 010-4147811
Price: less than US$10
Rating: 0
Theme: Chinese/Dim Sum

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Sep 15, 2002
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