Wing Kee, Amsterdam

2.5 out of 5 stars 7 Reviews

Zeedijk 76 - 1012 BA Amsterdam +31-20-6235683
  • Babi pangang and cha siew.
    Babi pangang and cha siew.
    by Rosey-K
  • Yong chow fried rice.
    Yong chow fried rice.
    by Rosey-K
  • Front of the restaurant
    Front of the restaurant
    by Rosey-K

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    Wing Kee: Wing Kee - Authetic Chinesefood/non-smoking sect

    by simonli625 Written Apr 22, 2007

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    This is one of my favorite Chinese restaurant in china town. The service is fast and they also have a non-smoking section, which is unusual in Amsterdam. The food is not as good as those in Hong Kong but still pretty authentic Chinese restaurant.

    Favorite Dish: Yeung Chow Fried Rice -- good wok favor
    Salted and Pepper chicken (with bones) -- The chicken are lightly breaded with good favor. It is really tasty and good with rice.
    Seasonal vegetables with beef -- fresh vegetable

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    Wing Kee Chinees Eethuis: Simple chinese food.

    by Rosey-K Updated Jul 19, 2010

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    It is a corner shop and quite narrow. Definately an old restaurant.

    Interior is very simple.

    Just order a plate of your favourite wanton noodle soup, or beef intestine noodle soup, or a place of rice with babi pangang and cha siew.

    Beside one plate dishes, there is also an a la carte for a group of people or a family outing.

    Favorite Dish: Their babi pangang (roasted pork) and cha siew are fresh. Recommended.

    Beside these, they also have roasted duck and soya chicken, eat in or take away.

    Saw customers like to order bowl of wanton noodle soup or beef intestine noodle soup.

    Yong chow fried rice. Babi pangang and cha siew. Front of the restaurant

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  • Chinese Restaurants/Dim Sum: Very Stingy Staff - WING KEE RESTAURENT

    by samathal Written Jan 20, 2008

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    The food in this restaurant is so delicious especially the roasted menus like tja siew, roast pork and duck etc. Ihave been there many times but i have had terrible experiences over the last 3 times i was there...

    All the staff were generally very polite and friendly even the cook chopping the meat.. but there is a particular staff - SKINNY WOMAN with make up and small eyes, speak cantonese.. she is really RUDE SNOBBISH and STINGY!!!

    If u even try asking for extra sauce or chillie or pepper etc.. she will just give u a TINY bit (which is not consider extra) on top of that, she gives u this terrible GLARE and when her mouth open, she starts insulting you... like there is already so much sauce, still want some more etc.. or if u want extra pepper u have to PAY...

    so ridiculous and behaving so petty..

    its a waste to have such an employee driving long time recurring customers AWAY

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    Whenever you see a bicycle,...

    by l_joo Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    Whenever you see a bicycle, there is a restaurant. I can only recommend this restaurant because That's the one and only restaurant I tried in Amsterdam. The 'Cha Sieu' Rice (rice with friend pork), Wow ! I can still feel the flavour after 2 years. Located inside the RLD Red Light District, you can enjoy looking at 'girl' while having your 'Cha Sieu' rice in Wing Kee....Yeah !!!

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  • Wing Kee: Awful Chinese restaurant

    by chaton08 Updated Sep 6, 2008

    The restaurant looks cheap, dirty and the staff is typical chinese: rude and not very hygienic. The service is very fast, but this is not a surprise since everything is pre-made and reheated with a microwave (we heard the ping of the microwave quite often). The restaurant has a lot of customers, mostly asians and also tourists.
    Do not eat in this restaurant, but try the Vietnamese restaurant on the other side. It's maybe a bit more expensive, but the quality is definitely better and both the restaurant and staff look cleaner.

    Favorite Dish: Both me and my girlfriend ordered a noodle soup dish. She ordered the dim sum noodle soup and I ordered the cha siew noodle soup. The dim sums were not freshly made and had a bad aftertaste. The cha siew meat was very fatty, had no flavor and was sliced too thick.
    I'm chinese myself so i think i have some understanding of good asian food, and this was definitely not the case. A simple dish like noodle soup in a chinese restaurant should give you an indication of the quality of the food. This dish was terrible and I can honestly say, it was one of the worst noodle soups i've had so far.

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    Wing Kee: Chinese Eatery at the Zeedijk

    by pieter_jan_v Written Nov 7, 2015

    Wing Kee is a small Chinese eatery in Amsterdam's China town. It's not the only place you can enjoy Chinese food. Wing Kee is surrounded by look-a-like restaurants. It's all one of Chinese family.

    They are in business for over 30 years and the meat dishes are popular.

    Business hours: Open daily.

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    Wing Kee: Wing Kee

    by richiecdisc Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Really authentic Chinese barbeque. Very cheap, very good!

    Favorite Dish: Duck rice or pork rice. If you're really hungry, duck/pork rice.

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