We ordered the Soya Sauce Chicken and Poached Chicken ($10), juicy, succulent white meat, smothered in luscious marinade. The soya sauce chicken half of the plate has a starchier, sweeter oyster sauce-based gravy, whereas the other half of the plate with the poached chicken has a watery, saltier light soy-based sauce.
The Rice ($0.60) was lightly flavoured with chicken stock and not too oily.
The Egg Noodles ($2) was undercooked, and reeked of an alkali aftertaste.
The Rice Noodles ($2) was a better option, silky and smooth.
The Shrimp Dumpling Soup ($5) was middling, and pales in comparison to the one at Chiew Kee.
I don't usually like bean sprouts with their heads and tails still intact, but their Bean Sprouts ($5) were amazingly addictive. It was blanched perfectly, soft yet crunchy. And I love the sesame oil and light soy gravy which doused the beansprouts.
The Oyster Sauce Kailan ($5), topped with cubes of crispy pork lard, was absolute sinful pleasure.
We also ordered some sweetened homemade Lime Juice ($1.80) to wash down all that oil and salt.
Please note that they do not have a menu here, but there really isn't much of a need for it because the menu's so limited anyway.
Lee Fun Nam Kee Chicken Rice & Restaurant
Blk 94, Lorong 4
Tel: 6255 0891
Open daily from 11am to 3pm for lunch and 5pm to 9pm for dinner