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US$1 - US$5
Chinese, Singaporean, Asian, Fusion, Street Food
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks
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Reviewed 8 August 2019

You don't need to go to a fine dining restaurant just to try a delightful fish meal - just visit Haikee Brothers located in Chinatown point, a locally born Chinese restaurant that offers unique meals that include noodles, soya chicken, roast pork and their wide...array of seafood especially the mackerel. I love all their Mackerel dishes including fried mackerel, Fish fillet with Bittergourd, Dumplings and many more. Whenever I'm in Chinatown I make sure to drop by Haikee brothers and order my ultimate favourite - Spanish Mackerel with Mushroom in Soy. The presentation itself is very beautiful - it is only 9.90 SGD but the serving looks very expensive. Set on a bamboo tray and well presented in a porcelain plate - it is a meal of mushrooms and slices of mackerel fish. The side dressings are equally and uniquely Haikee - crushed garlic, pureed garlic and chilli - perfect combination that complements well with the fish. The flavour is authentic and delicious - not too salty, fresh and you could taste each of the ingredients well enough. Top it off with white rice and your settled in - happy and content with a perfect meal for just 9.90 sgd. A comfort food at its finest and healthiest only at Haikee Brothers restaurant.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed 15 June 2019 via mobile

Prices are reasonable, portion is small though. We had the mixed meat platter, eggs with tomatoes n mixed vegetables and they were pretty good esp the soy sauce chicken.

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed 2 June 2019 via mobile

Service was very quick, the order was taken /processed and our food arrived within 10 minutes. The food was ok, as was the price. The bao they serve was very tasty. Roughly $12 each for a small lunch.

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed 23 May 2019

had the char siew rice and fried carrot cake. rice portion is a bit small but the char siew is really good.

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed 21 May 2019 via mobile

Chanced upon this and decided to try it. It was bustling so I thought it would be good. It’s decor looks like crystal jade kitchen type casual chinese joints but it’s so noisy... worse than a wet market. The hard decor is just echoing noise....Service was curt though it was fast. There are options of food from rice, noodles to DimSum and congee. The selection and variety are good. Prices I would say are average too. Not too expensive. Rice and noodle dishes all below $10++. I would say that’s a bonus. Frankly the taste of the food is average. I had the mixed option “delicious” bowl with everything from braided egg, tofu, veg (only 1 stalk) and 3 slices of charsiew pork, 3 bits of roasted crispy siew yoke pork and a section of soy sauce chicken with fragrant chicken rice, for $7.80++ i would say affordable. Taste is ok. Average. Not wow. Acceptable. The niang doufu (stuffed tofu) soup at $6.50++ is just so-so. Portion is ok for the price but there’s hardly a strand of veggie in the salty soup. The fish paste stuffing in the tofu is HARD. The owner might argue that it’s QQ bouncy chewy texture but I differ. It’s tough. It shouldn’t be like that. The taste was ruined. Ok, the food being average should warrant an average rating but the curt service really pulled it down. Everyone is a paying customer and if the customer isn’t rude to you, it doesn’t justify an offensive behavior by the staff. Customers don’t need a talking down to. For this reason alone, I’m unwilling to return even though I thought (at first) it would be a better place for introducing foreign friends to hawker food than the shock of a hawker center. No reason for me to return now. I’m quite put off by the poor service.More

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed 26 April 2019 via mobile

Great food. Good service. A brand with a long history. Soy sauce chicken does not disappoint. A must try.

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed 14 April 2019 via mobile

Chicken served was little cold. Roast pork was not crunchy. A little disappointed. Service was rather not that fantastic.

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed 7 April 2019 via mobile

We were looking for a place to get an early dinner and saw an advertisement outside Haikee Brothers for a set: 2 soy sauce chicken rice bowls, a soup to share and 2 barley drinks for $16.50. The set is only offered 1-6pm. Thankfully, we...walked in just before 6pm and were able to quickly order the set. The flavor was good, and eating before the dinner crowd was nice. It is conveniently located on L2 of Chinatown Point. A la carte averages $12. The bill willl include ++.More

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed 24 December 2018 via mobile

My first time there with my family to eat in HaiKee brothers. My family did not enjoy the food, only the clam and cabbage soup was hot while the rest of the food served were rather cold. We had ordered a soya chicken as my...children love chicken. When the chicken was served to our table the chicken drumstick meat was bloody and to me who always cook at home it was actually not fully cooked. I would said it was 92 percent cooked as the meat still a bit stick to the bone. When we asked the service staff she told us their chicken were all like that. My husband requested for a change. Guess what when our chicken finally returned back to our table when I was almost finished my soya kosong noodle. There were no drumstick.... 2 drumsticks from a chicken were gone. We did not further questioned the service staff where were the 2 drumsticks as I was already quite pissed off with the whole issue. My husband was very upset and I told him it would be our first and last visit. The service provided was rather poor either. My money spent was not worthwhile at all. I should have taken down the picture of the bloody drumsticks and the chicken served without drumsticks.More

Date of visit: December 2018
Reviewed 21 December 2018 via mobile

I have read that Hai Kee Chicken 海记 started in the 1950s. It is now helmed by third generation. Tried the soy sauce chicken noodles ($6.45 nett). Was a little disappointed to find that the chicken was not as tender as the coffee shops in...Chinatown Complex Food Centre.More

Date of visit: December 2018
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