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Hitomi
This is Hitomi living in Selayang. I am a Corporate Finance Associate, work in Bandar Utama. Thai, Italian are my favorite cuisines. I also love Food court, Café, Restaurant and Noodles.
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Fresh Bean Curd with Spring Onion

Fresh Bean Curd with Spring Onion

 
The one dish that I enjoyed very much at Hakka Rang was this fresh bean curd with spring onion. Served cold, the texture of bean curd was very smooth and silky. It was almost effortless in this dish, apart form the simple garnishing and perhaps the preparation of the gravy. Wherever they source their bean curd from, it was good. The soy sauce was salty to complement the lack of flavor of bean curd itself. Garnished with spring onion and some chopped spring onion, it gave the dish a very fragrant aroma.
 
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Simple Egg and Vegetable Smile Jul 31, 2012   
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Stir Fried Egg with Tomatoes

Stir Fried Egg with Tomatoes

 
It was a simple dish, but when they served it smoking hot, it was great to whack it down just like that. Tomatoes did not dominate but added some sweetness into the egg, which was slightly salty and fluffy too. Good to eat it on its own.
Stir Fried Seasonal Vegetables

Stir Fried Seasonal Vegetables

 
The vegetables was cooked well as it was not too raw, or too cooked. It tasted very fresh and juicy. A little oily but better than yao choi.
 
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Boney Fish Soup Smile Jul 31, 2012   (Related Review)
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We had this claypot fish soup which looked utterly good in the menu, but when we saw the serving, it was only a big black claypot with hidden fish meat. The soup was very murky but did not taste milky.
 Claypot Fish Soup (Small) [RM34.90]

Claypot Fish Soup (Small) [RM34.90]

 
I love the flavor of the soup as it was packed with the goodness of fish and wolf berries.
However for non fish lover, you might hate the fact that it was so bony that it made the soup alittle less enjoyable.

 
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Iced Bitter Gourd [RM6.90]

Iced Bitter Gourd [RM6.90]

 
Most of the dishes in Putien look amazing on the menu but let me warn you, it might look exactly the same. Same goes to this iced bitter gourd. The dish itself so interesting that we couldn't help to order. It was decorated in such a lovely way, don't you think so? The iced bitter gourd was crispy and crunchy, but slightly bitter, which was alright. Served with honey, it was used to balance the bitterness but surely they could be more generous with their honey serving.
 
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Fluffy fried rice Smile Jul 31, 2012   
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 Seafood Fried Rice (Small) [RM14.90]

Seafood Fried Rice (Small) [RM14.90]

 
The key criteria of a good fried rice should be the following :
Rice must be fluffy and separated
Egg must coat the rice
Flavorful
Wok Hei!

This seafood fried rice did not have the usual seafood we dislike, such as clams, or other shell seafood but prawns. The rice was very fluffy and separated. The egg did not coat the rice but was alright because it smelled very eggy. Flavor wise, it was very good. Most importantly it had the wok hei that most Chinese tai chow fried rice have.
 
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