Sang Kee Noodle House

(215) 387-8808 | View Website

3549 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA | Directions   19104

39.954623 -75.194077

Open Hours

Sun-Thu 11:30am-9:30pm; Fri-Sat 11:30am-10:30pm

Restaurants, Asian  more

Neighborhoods: West Philadelphia, University City

Sang Kee Noodle House
Plain Egg Noodle Soup with Veg, Wonton Egg Noodle Soup with Veg, Shrimp Dumpling Egg Noodle Soup with Veg., Roasted Pork Egg Noodle Soup with Veg, Roasted Duck Egg Noodle Soup with Veg, Braised Beef Egg Noodle Soup with Veg, Sliced Chicken Egg Noodle Soup with Veg, Seafood Egg Noodle Soup with Veg, Curry Chicken Egg Noodle Soup with Veg, House Special Egg Noodle Soup with Veg... more

Reviews for Sang Kee Noodle House

over a year ago

Enjoyed a buffet wedding reception catered by Sang Kee Noodles - best dishes were the Shanghai noodles (pictured) and Kung Pao chicken.

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Eat at your own risk – We stayed at the Sheraton and ate at the SangKee for both dinner & breakfast. The service for both meals was horrible. Totally unorganized. You wait forever for someone to actually come and take a drink order. The food for dinner was very good despite the terrible service. Don't waste your time eating there for breakfast though. Service was even worse than dinner and the food was horrible. I ordered a breakfast sandwich and it was actually a microwaveable one?? My wife's food was not microwaved but it was not good at all. We saw several people just get up and leave.

over a year ago

Citysearch Editorial Review – You have some choices to make at this contemporary U. City branch of a popular Chinatown restaurant of the same name: Order a noodle or rice entrée or a more wallet-friendly noodle soup? Sit in the dining room or in the adjacent bar? Sip a fresh fruit smoothie or a cold bubble tea? Reserve one of two private karaoke rooms for your friends or resist singing whilst seated amongst the students, profs and residents? Watch the chefs as they work behind the six-seat noodle bar or watch the news on your semi-personal TV monitor mounted approximately 12 inches in front of your eyes? Wait, back up. A personal TV? In a restaurant? Yes. Installed into the barrier between the kitchen and the noodle bar’s chairs are three monitors that broadcast live TV for your viewing pleasure. Different, right? But don’t get overly excited. You can’t select the channels.


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