Sang Kee Noodle House

Row 1

3549 Chestnut St (at S 36th St)
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 387-8808
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 6:30 AM–10:30 PM Fri–Sat: 6:30 AM–11:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Pass on their dim sum- overpriced and not so great. Gets extremely crowded very early for dinner
  • Shrimp dumpling noodle soup is delicious, filling, and well priced.
  • The dim sum you order fresh, but I still think Chinatown dim sum was better. The congee was good.
  • Good
  • Peking duck
  • Definitely one of the better, if not best, quick Chinese restaurants in the neighborhood. Their pho is pretty good, and the baked seafood fried rice is a pleasant surprise.
  • Choose carefully. Dishes here can be hit or misswe enjoyed the Peking Duck and the Dim Sum Platter, but not the Stewed Tofu in Veggies. Read our review for the full scoop.
  • Run from the chicken...catch the duck
  • Sangkee takes the Chinese restaurant into stars level, favor, atmosphere, service all better than China town, reasonable price is plus. Good for American to start.
  • 1/2 price with a penn id Mondays in august!
  • Sign up for their email newsletter...very valuable coupons are sent out ($20 off dinner, etc.)
  • This restaurant is found within the Sheraton hotel on Chestnut street and closes at 11pm.
  • Decent for dim sum. That's a feat esp. considering it's a hotel resto.
  • "Sang Kee's are the best shrimp dumplings I've found outside of San Francisco. Ask for them with chili oil and vinegar; I like to dunk the dumplings in a mixture of the two." - Chef Ian Moroney
  • Great food ... Lunch box shrimp tempura
  • Shanghai noodles
  • Great drinks(bubble tea, etc), solid Dim Sum and soups
  • Great place for lunch in between classes!
  • lunch box special for lyfe
  • The stewed tofu and veg in thai curry is completely flavorless