Ken Kee is a Chinatown utility player that works for a lot of occasions. It’s casual but still manages to feel special enough for date night, with a full bar and a long menu of consistently great food. Order standout dishes like the fried noodles, tender short ribs in a savory XO sauce, or fish in black bean sauce, then finish up with an order of man tao (fried bread with condensed milk).
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