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Jim Chai Kee Noodles

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / Listed on February 26, 2012 / review policy

Jim Chai KeeJim Chai Kee is well-hidden from the sight of drivers on Highway 7 (or whatever it's called nowadays) and is the home of quite possibly the most mouth-wateringly delicious shrimp wontons in existence. Located in the same plaza as the large Wasabi buffet that's well known to locals, this place looks decidedly unimpressive. But you won't care about that once you've taken your first bite of that flavourful wrapped shrimp concoction. Even with noodles and vegetables, the average person will spend only around $10 or less. What's more, the constant back-and-forth shouting between the host and her employees at the back who seemingly toil non-stop in preparing the raw materials for your delicious, delicious wontons is a surreal and oddly entertaining scene straight out of a Chinese TV series.



Bex / February 27, 2012 at 03:31 pm
Their wonton is so-so compare to the one in market village. Wonton time is located at back to market village next to the smaller supermarket (there are 2 supermarket). Their wonton is way better!
Wendy / October 25, 2012 at 07:30 pm
I travel a lot and have eaten wonton soup all over the world but this place has the BEST wontons hands down! The soup has lots of flavour, the shrimp in the wontons are always fresh, staff is friendly and the price is right. They don't skimp on ingredients either so expect a heaping bowl full of goodness!
Fallerboy / May 22, 2013 at 01:25 pm
Being going to Jim Chai Kee since I was a teenager (now 35). In my opinion, the best noodle soup in Canada. Thank you to the staff for being so amazing to me and now my children through the years!
dahnee / February 16, 2014 at 04:50 pm
great wonton soup but don't go there anymore...I really love the wonton soup, but unfortunately the restaurant smell really bad. It smells like a dirty washroom that hasn't been clean for years. =(
Editor / March 12, 2014 at 12:15 pm
Amazingly, Highway 7 is called Highway 7.
Rainman / June 24, 2014 at 03:32 pm
kimochi, kimochi baby, YAMADE! IDE YAMADE!

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