Foo Mui Kee
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Foo Mui Kee information
Foo Mui Kee has been serving a unique mixture of Thai, Chinese and European dishes for nearly 80 years. In some cases, such as the stewed ox tongue served with rice, the boundaries between cuisines are not so distinct, although the bottle of Worcestershire sauce on each table is a giveaway of the restaurant’s Western leanings.