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Sang Kee Noodle House
Chinese Restaurant$$
Today 6:30 am – 10:30 pm
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Sheraton Philadelphia University City Hotel 3549 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19104
3549 Chestnut StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19104
$$Chinese Restaurant, Catering
Chinese Restaurant
Catering
Bar
Today 6:30 am – 10:30 pm
Monday 6:30 am – 10:30 pmTuesday 6:30 am – 10:30 pmWednesday 6:30 am – 10:30 pmThursday 6:30 am – 10:30 pmFriday 6:30 am – 11:30 pmSaturday 6:30 am – 11:30 pmSunday 6:30 am – 10:30 pm
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Chinese specialties like buns & dumplings served fast attract crowds for lunch & on weekends.- Google
"The buns really were juicy, and they didn't use too much vinegar as flavoring."
"I am Chinese, so that means I've eaten mostly Chinese food my entire life."
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Eric Gates
a week ago
Three stars for food. Zero for service. Great food. Delicious. Service was weak. Server acted like I ought to know which channel was ESPN (I am from out of town, AND this place is located in the lobby of the Sheraton, so...). Also, I had to chase down my own utensils. Meh.
Xin Shen
6 months ago
We stay in Sheraton and the room rate includes breakfast at this restaurant. When we arrived at about 9am this morning, there're 8 or so tables of customers while only 1 waiter and 1 chef. Seriously understaffed, the service was slow and not entirely professional. We waited 3 minutes to be seated, 10 minutes for our order to be taken and another 40 minutes to actually see our first dish. The second dish came wrong, but the waiter insisted us to take it 'for now' saying that he'll get the missing top (I ordered ham, not banana). I refused especially when the waffle was cold. At that time we found that our third and last dish was not even passed on to the chef. Waiter was ok to us but I saw him being very rude to one customer as she tried to talk to him while he's working on his orders, after she waited in vain for him to come to her table. Most customers around us waited long for their food or bill or extra things like knife or napkin. At least one customer changed their dine-in order to take-out. Food is very mediocre in any aspect. Omelette was far less tasty than the one we had yesterday morning near Rittenhouse Square. Waffle was big in size but almost nothing on it. The Wonton Noodle Soup tasted like its made last night - I had better frozen wonton noodle soup. We changed our plan of having dinners at this restaurant while we stay and decided to drive or walk a little to find a better place.
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Kemi Jo
2 months ago
My favorite Philly noodle restaurant when I'm not dieting;) #stayready
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Penn Appétit
2 years ago
I should begin with a disclaimer. I am Chinese, so that means I’ve eaten mostly Chinese food my entire life. My parents were immigrants, so we always ate Chinese food at home and whenever we went out. I’ve had a lot of exposure to real, authentic (and very fake) Chinese cuisine, so I’m a tad picky when it comes to Chinese food. Anyway, our overall experience was enjoyable, though in my opinion, Sangkee is more westernized than other Chinese restaurants. Normally, before you even order at a Chinese restaurant, your table is served a pot of tea. I had to request tea, which came in the form of a tea bag and a thermos of hot water. I thought it was fine, but my parents would definitely not approve. We ordered the steamed juicy pork buns, house pan-fried noodles, and pork with noodle soup. The noodles were okay. I’ve had better. I enjoyed the soup. It had a strong, salty flavor. The noodles were the same kind as the pan-fried ones. Sangkee is not known for their pan-fried noodles, so I would order something else instead. The sauce was rather bland and lacked any kind of character. I would bank on the steamed juicy pork buns, which were better than the ones I had last month in NYC Chinatown. The skin was steamed to perfection and had an “al dente” bite to it. The buns really were juicy, and they didn’t use too much vinegar as flavoring. I’ve had juicy pork buns where the juice was basically vinegar. If you’re looking for an appetizer, skip the spring rolls you can find at any food truck and go straight for the steamed juicy pork buns! --Samantha Shen
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sokeke6
6 months ago
Tum yum is my favorite dish here! Tried the buns and the highly recommended beef chow fun (which reminded me of the Thai dish "pad sea ew" but less tasty and too greasy). The egg noodles are too chewy for my liking. It's nicely located in the Sheraton hotel and I love the fortune cookies @ the end of your meal!
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Zachary Weinstein
a month ago
The bowls of soup are huge and the regular Chinese dishes are good too.
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Swetha Guruprasad
9 months ago
Great food, good ambience
floiran pagan
2 years ago
im a 30 year old hispanic male who has been going to this restaurant since 1998. ive probably been there around 400 times. ive also taken around 30 different people to this place over the years so i like to think i was a loyal fan over the years. but recently things have changed. the most popular dishes such as the wonton noodle soup with duck and pork and the fried dumplings are just as good as they always were, just more expensive. however everything else they sell seem to be pretty bad. the portion sizes have shrunkin while the prices have shot up. fairly recently theyve gotten some new plates and silverware. they also serve small scoops of icecream with the check. the problem with this restaurant is that they seem to be trying to appeal to a different clientele, one that knows very little about ethnic food and is willing to pay more for less. this has been alienating asians over the years who are more familiar with chinatown and the better alternatives such as Davids Mai Lai Wah. so unless you are trying to get the signature dishes and are willing to deal with the signature horrrible service, then go to sangkee, if not, davids is a great alternative. the food is better cheaper and they dont care what kind of customer walks in the door.
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