Monday, December 28, 2015

The United Flavors of Singapore at Wee Nam Kee

New Singaporean dishes, including your favorite Hainanese Chicken taken to the next level...

Wee Nam Kee serves up its United Flavors of Singapore with new Singaporean dishes, including the premium Steamed Hainanese Yellow Chicken for a whole new and refreshing dining experience.

At Wee Nam Kee, I always start with their Crispy Mantou Bread with Condensed Milk (P 78), simply tear off a piece of the soft bread and dip it in condensed milk. A few more bites and the main dishes arrived...

Singaporean Beef Noodles (P 225), tender seasoned chunks of beef brisket marinated in beancurd with Taiwan pechay and straw mushrooms on a bed of boiled Hong Kong noodles, served with a bowl of soup on the side. The fork-tender chunks of beef and soft mushrooms draped in a thick sauce deliver rich and savory notes, perfectly complemented by the soft yet firm and chewy Hong Kong noodles.

Claypot Chicken Rice (P 240), soft and moist rice topped with tender boneless chicken sauteed with Chinese chorizo, black mushrooms, onion leeks, and ginger in oyster sauce with Asian spices served in an earthen clay pot. Slices of Wee Nam Kee's signature Hainanese Chicken add to the distinct Singaporean flavor of the dish. The subtle flavors of the Hainanese Chicken is complemented by the sharp notes of the Chinese chorizo, ginger, and oyster sauce, as the soft and moist rice absorbs all the rich flavors. A meal in itself, Other new Singaporean dishes include Bah Kut Teh with pork belly ribs, black mushrooms, tofu and garlic simmered in light yet flavorful broth seasoned with oyster sauce, light soy sauce, and Asian spices; and Beef Rendang, slow cooked beef brisket with cassava and carrots with coconut milk.

Steamed Hainanese Yellow Chicken (P 428 Small for 2 persons/P 848 Medium for 3-4 persons/P 1,638 Large for 6-8 persons), premium and imported yellow chicken known for its juiciness, rich flavors, and extra tenderness expertly prepared by Wee Nam Kee's skilled chefs. The distinct color of the succulent yellow chicken is a result of a special diet composed primarily of corn, setting it apart from the usual chicken variety. And the flavors are more pronounced, noticeably richer than the usual chicken, making it perfect for the classic Hainanese Chicken dish.

Soft and tender, the mild yet rich flavors of the chicken bursts in your mouth with each bite, taking your Hainanese Chicken experience to a whole new level of flavor. Described by many as the poultry equivalent of Kurobuta Pork and Wagyu Beef, the Steamed Hainanese Yellow Chicken is definitely on a league of its  own. Spice up the flavors with a mix of the traditional dark soya sauce, pounded ginger and chili to bring out even more flavors. Authentic Singaporean flavors doesn't have to be complicated. Just head on over to Wee Nam Kee. It's that simple.

Wee Nam Kee is located at the Ground Floor, Promenade, Greenhills Shopping Centre, Greenhills, San Juan or call 531-8191 for inquiries.

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