Cantonese classics in the heart of the CBD
Everything about Ka Soh – Cantonese for mother-in-law – shrieks 1950s. But the daily crowds don’t come to this Chinatown eatery for the décor. Also known as Swee Kee Fish Head Noodle House, the bustling, motherly staff dish out stern love and terrifically homey Canto-classics in equal measure.
Bestsellers include deep-fried chicken marinated in prawn paste, deep-fried cubes of salted tofu and a milky, fish-head beehoon noodle soup.