Tak Chee House, Northbridge

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PERTH | Tak Chee House is a small Malaysian restaurant in Northbridge that attracts a devoted daily crowd for its down to earth, home-style food.

The venue is nothing fancy with simple decor and food served on melamine plates, but what food it is. Service is friendly and efficient, and while there’s usually a line tables rotate relatively quickly. And if you don’t want to wait there’s also a takeaway option.

The signature dish here is Hainanese chicken rice and Tak Chee serves up one of the best versions in Perth. When you order, you’re asked if you want leg or breast, and if you want your chicken steamed or crispy (roasted). Traditional steamed is the way to go, tender meat with succulent skin served at room temperature the way it’s supposed to be. It’s served with fragrant chicken rice, clear chicken broth, and a chili garlic sauce. Each component tastes great on its own, and combined it’s wonderful.

Other favorites on the menu include things like Mee Goreng, Kuay Teow, Hokkien Fried Noodles, Roti Canai, and Curry Laksa. All popular and all delicious. Also keep an eye out for the daily specials, printed on pink and yellow laminated A4 sheets and stuck to the wall.

Tak Chee House

1/364 William Street
Perth
Western Australia 6000
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9328 9445
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 11:00am to 9:00pm

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