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Telephone
03-2143 1907
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 15:00
16:00 - 23:30
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 15:00
16:00 - 23:30
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Accepts reservations
Signature Dishes
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Review (16)
Level4 2015-09-02
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After a meeting in town, the collegue and myself thought of dining at this restaurant which was nearby the office building we were at. Plus it has been quite some time since we last had some Hakka dishes from there.So, after waiting a little while for a table since it was the lunch hour rush at the time, but we were greeted by a not-so-friendly wait staff before leading us to a table. Maybe because there were many people there but almost all the workers looked incredibly displeased to be working. All except for maybe two, so definitely need to minus points at the service sector. But we were hungry so we overlooked the bad reception and went straight to ordering. Everything on the menu were things we have tried from home cooking, though we knew the few things we were hungry for.First is the braised pork belly with preserved vegetable priced at Rm48. This is a staple in every Hakka family and as a kid, we'd just spoon the sauce over rice then mix in the fatty pork and call that dinner. Even as I ate the one served at the Hakka restaurant, it brought back nostalgic memories.Though be warned that the prices will surprise you as the portions are only substantial sizes. I do believe that the tastes warrants their rather steep price.Like this dish, there was a nice layer of melt-in-your-mouth fat on every slice of pork and it's as indulgent as it looked. Thankfully it tasted as good as I remembered.Another thing that we like to order is the Salted vegetable fried Chicken. Also a dish that brings back childhood memories of when my grandmother would make a similar dish for me to eat with white rice.This however was not as good as the pork belly. Somewhat disappointing as it was lack lustre and really nothing to shout about. Since we had the super fatty meat dish, we decided to compensate with some green veggies. So we ordered the stir-fried Kangkung with garlic. Again, nothing to shout about as it is just mediocre and somewhat lacking in the 'wok-hei' flavour. Although the bill came up to over Rm100 at the end of the day, we left the restaurant feeling stuffed to the brim and also in desperate need of a good run on the treadmill. If you are looking for some home cooked hakka flavours then this is the place to go to for your fix.However, be prepared to pay the rather steep prices.  continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-06
1505 views
这里这道客家芹菜小炒,故名示意就是将芹菜和西芹加肉碎一起炒,外相虽然普通却足以让人吃得津津有味,还有家的味道,让人有点想家的感觉,这里的菜的确有一股浓浓的怀旧感。 continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-26
726 views
Just to fulfill the healthiness of dining, we ordered a green vegetable dish, “Siong Tong Yin Choy” (Spinach in superior soup). The soup was quite flavourful with a tint of garlic taste in it. It was not diluted and full of the spinach essence in it. It was not too salty. The spinach was soft and there were a few tiny anchovies to give some crispy texture to it. Not bad at all. continue reading
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Level3 2013-02-26
488 views
Having my luxury lunch with my colleague here during chinese new year..we had ordered the "lion head" with broccoli ...the "lion head" actually is meatball with alots of oyster...the "lion head " had fried before its served....so the meat juice can be store in it after fried ...when u bite on it...those juice were just spout out in your mouth...A bowl of shark fin soup then divided to each small portion for us ....There's no much sharkfin in it....I just a eat crabmeat and egg..abit disappointed about this...because its definitely no worth for the price ... continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-31
447 views
Only recently became conscious of Hakka food, but am lovin' it! Sliced pork belly stewed with preserved vegetables in black soy sauce (the unhealthiest dish possible, but it was soooo good) and wok-fried celery with shredded dried squid, bamboo shoots and pork strips (total comfort food). Deep fried Hakka yong tau foo with fish paste, minced meat, dried squid and salted fish (gobbled this up too fast and now I can't recall what it tasted like. Must have been all right though). Village chicken salted and steamed with rice wine (too salty, but tender). continue reading
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