Hong Kong-style milk tea, bolo bao (pineapple bun), satay beef instant noodle, these are some of the popularly known classic bing sutt dishes. Opening another new branch at Kennedy Town, Kam Kee Cafe has introduced the traditions in a classic cafe with cute poster and beautiful decor that absolutely fits both the young and old generation.
First spotted is the playful menu shaped like a ping pong paddle. It covers a wide food variety with options of breakfasts, toast, macaroni & noodles, baked rice and stir-fries; plus a list of old-school versus inventive drinks.
We start with a wholesome Chinese watercress and pork ribs soup which is quite impressive and warming. The baked farmer’s bread is a signature here; super rich in taste with tomato sauce and melted cheese on top. Despite just typical fish fillet and a slightly too soggy egg fried rice base, the huge bun is still hot and crispy which is absolutely enough to serve three to four people. Additionally, they also serve some more tomato sauce on the side.
While both the sesame spareribs and lemon chicken are both crispy, sticky, sweet and delicious, the steamed whole fish with scallions, ginger and soy sauce is a big favourite on the table. Serve along with a bowl of steamed jasmine rice, hmmmm!!!
Finally, I highly recommend trying some Hong Kong-style drinks such as a coca cola topped with chocolate ice cream, boiled egg in water, and pineapple punch with vanilla ice cream. They are perfect to complete the meal.
Kam Kee Cafe
Chinese Watercress Pork Ribs Soup
Tomato Basa Fillet in Farmer’s Bread
Melted Cheese, Tomato Sauce
Egg Fried Rice
Sweet & Sour Spareribs with Sesame
Steamed Market Fish
Black Cow (Coke with Chocolate Ice Cream), Pineapple Punch
Kam Kee Cafe 金記冰室
Address: Shop 4-6, G/F, Shun Fai Building, 19 Hau Wo Street, Kennedy Town, Western District
Telephone: 3709 9181
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 07:00-00:00