03-8051 1999
Good For
Private Party
Opening Hours
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sat
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
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Signature Dishes
Abacus Fried Tofu with Minced Meat Yong Tou Foo
Review (3)
Level4 2012-10-22
Puchong has become a real hive for Hakka cuisine, but this one casts its net slightly wider, offering a more diverse sampling of Chinese fare. We were surprised by a strange set of sweets for our complimentary appetizers, including tiny oranges, pineapple tarts and chocolate chip cookies. Poon choi was a highlight; this 'big bowl feast' _ costing 300 ringgit _ featured prawns, abalone slices, fish maw, scallops, pork belly, steamed chicken, roasted duck, mushrooms, broccoli, bean curd and lettuce, all mingling together in a piping-hot, pleasantly savory broth. We also loved the fried glutinous rice with waxed meat & liver sausages imported from Hong Kong. Addictively aromatic. Herbal chicken. Fragrant and reasonably tender, but far from unforgettable. Red rice wine mee suah. Still haven't found a version of this that I really like yet; maybe it's a taste that I'll never acquire. One of those warm dessert broths with names like "eight treasure soup," comprising a medley of glutinous rice balls, crunchy nuts & medicinal herbs. continue reading
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Level4 2012-01-03
Since my all-time favourite is about FOOD, hereby I'm posting some food which I'd love to have during the brand new year. And guess what? The food I'm going to introduce is the Hakka Cuisine Why HAKKA? Simply because this kind of food is getting more and more rare in Malaysia, and not many Chinese know how to appreciate them. Anyway hope you enjoy them The location of the day is an authentic Hakka restaurant around Bandar Puteri Puchong, which you would rarely notice because there are way too many food and beverages outlet around the town.Hakka Passion is a Non-Halal restaurant which serves Authentic home-style Hakka cooking, with air-conditioned ambience and Wi-Fi supported.I love the cozy, traditional ambience of the restaurant which gives me a warm feeling. It is most suitable for family gathering while enjoying the authentic Hakka foodstuff of premium quality. The overall meal is just fabulous; The food stuff served while hot is absolutely good. While the dessert was a total speechless and had my lip sealed with delight. That's a fabulous way to start kick 2012! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)