Keung's Delight Experience
My family and I were downtown at my Mom's place and was going to Chinatown for dinner, but decided to go UPtown after 15 mins of yah's and nay's.
We ended up at Keung's Delight at around 6;30, party of 5.
Waited for 15 mins, which I thought was good; 'cause there was over 20 other ppl waiting after us.
- green Chinese veg's with oyster sauce, well done with consideration for my 70 yr old aging mother . GOOD, COOKED AS ASKED
- deep fried milk, not too bad, but didn't understand why it came with powdered sugar also for extra dunging(?). - I never had this before, deep fried, I have had many good experiences with just fried, non battered milk. GOOD, LIGHT AND EVEN TEXTURE, with a smudge of oil residual left on the plate.
- Curry beef tendon, came with onions, and UNCOOKED green peppers. NOT SO GOOD' I didn't order it, THEY did; mainly due to the fatty, non eatable, ME don't like, part of the meat.
- chicken in wooden bowl, GOOD, NICELY COOKED MEATY PARTS, not much fat at bottom of
- breaded jumbo oysters on skewers with steamed broccoli, GOOD, not oily and cooked just right.
- steamed crab with crab fried rice in wooden bowl, GREAT. the was fried with crab bits and steamed with a ALASKAN KING CRAB on TOP, the crab to me was just that a crab, but the rice was delicious, with bits of egg in it.
The portions are generous.
WE also had 2 ice cream red bean ice drink, 1 green tea milk shake, and a lemon tea.
Total bill was $81.
All in all, a VERY good evening, for an untried place, with a good meal > evident by NO LEFT OVERS / DOGGY BAG.
Keung's is a great, fast restaurant. It's like our family's go-to place when we want to eat a fast dinner, but don't want to think of locations.
If you go on the weekends, make sure to call 15 min ahead to book a table. Saves you the waiting time.
And really, the crab in the wooden bucket is my favourite item from there! Gotta eat it with the red vinegar.