Keung’s Delight (Warden & Steeles)

Located at 7030 Warden Ave, Unit 1 in Markham

Keung’s Delight‘s is similar to restaurants like Kenny’s Noodle –which I’ve blogged about before at Steeles and Old Kennedy — or Congee Wong, Congee Queen, etc.  After a good coring meeting, our team went out for dinner and we ate at Keung’s Delight!  It’s a good place for affordable Chinese food of rice, noodle, congee, soup, and Chinese dishes in a low-key environment.  

The seven of us shared these dishes.  They were so good!  Two heads are better than one and in this case, seven heads were more than enough for good food choices!  What am I trying to say?  Lol…

Best dishes:  The classic sweet and sour fried rice that is made into a Ying Yang shape.

Stir-fried beef that was so flavourful and tender.

Crab meat with egg with broccoli that was SOO good.  I love eating with these guys!  We choose the best food. 😀

A rice noodle that was stir-fried with egg and shrimp under a dense sauce.  This was not bad.

Last but not least, we had fried milk!!!  These were so good that we ordered two plates of these.  I didn’t take a picture of the inside of what it looks like beneath the yellow fried exterior, but the inside holds hot, steaming, smooth milk!  It’s soft and so delicious. 🙂

I’ve been to Keung’s Delight many times for afternoon tea and dinner and actually wanted to blog about this last year but was waiting for more visits until I blogged about it.  This post was all about dinner and how good the dishes were. 🙂

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5 Responses to Keung’s Delight (Warden & Steeles)

  1. andy1076 says:

    I’m a big fan of the ying yang style dish, It’s the dish with the best value in my opinion since you get both in one. As for fried milk though! wow I haven’t had those in a long time 🙂

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