It used to be famous for local delicacies dishes with plenty of choices. Place is clean and tidy with plenty of parking. Food value is not there anymore compare to last time.
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It was recommended to us - and we are so happy it was, And happy we had lunch there. It's a very popular place - there were three coach loads of lunch time diners when we arrived. But no problem - we got attended to...More
The food was Foo Chow Authentic Food and for city dwellers like us, it is a nice food experience and the taste is good. The service however was bad and there is no coordination. The lady boss is the only one taking the food orders...More
While attending a seminar held in Bei King hotel, we enjoyed all meals in the hotel itself, at Bei King Restaurant. Famed for its Fuchow food, the restaurant also provided other kinds of dishes at lunches and dinners. Considering that the food served for the...More
Love the red wine chicken mee sua, and the hock chew fish maw soup. Restaurant is spacious with ample parking, prices are reasonable. Lady boss may seem standoffish, but she's just being business-like, nothing personal towards the customers.
called to make reservation but to my horror it was not recorded. it seems the person i contacted didn't update the boss. the boss was calm and quickly settled the situation, honouring the menu amd price agreed on. service was average, food portion and taste...More
Sitiawan, an early Foochow settlement in the state of Perak. It is a great place to bring back some sweet Foochow memories and there is no better way than savouring authentic delicacies distinct to the region. As a local who frequents Bei King restaurant there...More
I was here only on one occasion - Chinese New Year , the year of the goat celebration. The food was spectacular! It is true that we had someone arranging everything for a group of about 20 people and if you are not familiar with...More