86 Fu Kee

Happy March everyone!

I can't believe I've never written a review about 86 Fu Kee since my family and I go here a lot to buy take-out. I live so close to 86 Fu Kee and it's super convenient, off the D train on Bay Parkway & 86th street.

The restaurant has been here for quite a few years. My parents know the partners and a few of the s employees quite well since they were from the same village back in China and mutual friends. The quality of the food here sometimes vary. I like their lobster and most of their stir-fried items. The restaurant is mid-sized and I think appropriate for a small group or family dinner.

We came on a Saturday evening when it spontaneously poured, so it ended up there weren't that many customers dining in that night,

Complimentary Chicken
This is a free dine-in complimentary chicken dish. The chicken was mediocre, nothing special and it was cold.

Sweet & Sour Pork Chop & Siu Chow
My Dad ordered all the dishes. He got us the Sweet & Sour Pork Chop with Pineapple which was delicious! I enjoyed the sweet and tangy taste to it. He also got the Siu Chow which had various vegetables, squid, and conch. It was quite tasty!

Lobster & Noodles and Snow Pea Leaves with Broth
Sometimes my parents go out on dates (yeah they still do that) and they told me about the lobster and noodles dish they usually order when they're out. I really enjoyed the lobster and noodles dish, but I wished there were more noodles. The lobster was juicy and delicious! We also had the Snow Pea Leaves with Broth. I love snow pea leaves and it's one of my favorite vegetables. We usually get it in a broth with dried scallops, dried shrimp, and scallops which is delectable!

Overall, dinner was great! I hardly go out and eat with just my parents so it was nice. I hated the rain that day, but we had a good time and good food.


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