October 24, 2012

Hin Hua Food in Putien Restaurant (lUtama KL)

Signature dish - golden fried salted pig's trotters
Soup made from fried soy bean puffs and long cabbage with milky superior stock
This is the specially made sausages of concentric rings of small intestines. Acquired taste.
Special brinjals with meat floss topping.
Amaranth with century eggs and garlic and mushrooms
Excellent deep fried salty trotters...lots of flesh
Special Hin Hua Mee Hoon - not oily at all with lots of flower clams.
Deep fried oysters...hundreds of them to form this omelette...very crispy.

A lot of interest has been generated in Hin Hua food recently because Sibu is going to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Hin Hua Settlement in Sibu in November.

The Hin Hua Association has published two books in conjunction with this special celebration. The two books : A History of Hin Hua People in Sibu (1912-2012) and A Hin Hua Cook Book will belaunched on 3rd November.

I took some photos of the Hin Hua food I ate in KL recently and you can be assured that the cookbook will tell you more about how the Hin Hua people prepare their food.

The Hin Hua food found in Putien Restaurant in lUtama KL is excellent and highly recommended....


sintaicharles said...

Nice food. I should pay the restaurant a visit when I am in KL.

Oh, yes. I was in Kuching last week. I tried Sin Kwang baos and found them better than Fock Hai.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Thanks Charles...so you remembered Sin Kwong's baos....thanks for trying them...they are really good aren't they?

Enlightenment said...

nice work

Sarawakiana@2 said...


Ann said...

can't get over the trotters, are they quite soft for my shaky teeth?

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Yes..those prepared by this restaurants. Will eat them again in Nov. I have bad teeth too.

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