Traditional Dish

Restaurant in Bandar Puteri is mushrooming like crazy, with invites from uLi that I get a chance to come and dine one of the shop in the area which is a Hakka Restaurant located in the heart of the town. The restaurant was very easily located when u see a big building easy pharmax then it’s nearby.

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All their specialities are on the wall. If you do not like to look at the menu, then you can just pin point anything on the wall.

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The history of it

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One of the thing that impress me in this restaurant is this small little shop, that was just began operation about 5 months ago already got so much to bag for, by coming out in the newspaper, and also already got featured in Ho Chiak!

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While the night is still young, we kick start with one of the very traditional dish ‘Hakka Abacus Seeds (???)’ @ RM12(S) RM24(B)

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‘Hakka Salted Chicken (????)’ @ RM13(S) RM25(B), something that look simple but yet very flavourful. I like the soup base of it, which is a bit gingery, salty yet its feels like clear in taste.

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‘Spring Roll (??)’ @ RM12(S) RM24(B) that dip in chili sauce, thumbs up.

To hunt for nice food is always not easy, especially with home cook and traditional style, it was not until recently we discover a place that cook good Teow Chew and Hakka food which is located at SS14, a place which I went pretty often for the nasi lemak during my college days.

This restaurant is more than 20 years old which first the family run its business on southern Johore and until few years back one of the siblings decided to open one branch in the urban city area that run similar menu. Their signature dish to look for is more on soup and porridge.

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Newspaper had it all with their authentic style in taste.

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The price in this restaurant I would say reasonable or cheap and the portion is huge.

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‘Lobak (??) @RM6 (S) RM14 (M) RM20 (B)

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‘Button-shaped yam balls – Abacus (?????)’ that I enjoy eating, its chewy and fried with ‘wok hei’ that end with a bit dry on taste. @RM8

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‘Soon Kueh (????)’ stuff with dried shrimps, bamboo shoots, fungus, and minced meat. @RM2.20/piece’

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‘Braised Pork with Black Fungus (???) @RM9′

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If you love, one of the traditional dish, that has to add on vinegar to cook in it, strong taste of vinegar that boiled along with pork till it is soft and juicy. Just as the way I like it. ‘Black Vineger Trotter (???)’ @RM9 ‘

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‘Stewed Pork with yam (????)‘ that the yam is steam till very soft and eat it along with a bowl of yam rice is perfect. RM13 ‘

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‘Braised Duck Meat (?????)’ @RM9 is something that I enjoy that on that meal provided with a plate of white rice, I can just finish it.

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‘Yam Rice (???)’ is aromatic with some dry shrimps yam chunks and its a bit dry as I like it where add on some sauce of the dish it just goes well. @RM1.20(S) RM2(B). ‘

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‘Braised Duck Porridge (????) @RM8‘ that is my first encounter, as I do normally do take Duck Porridge when I was back in Penang but not here, taste pretty awesome, that is not salty, and the porridge cook just nice that the rice is not overcook, this is one of the signature item in Tien Kee. Give it a try.

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I just love their homemade special ginger sauce. Specially marinated with some vinegar and it goes very well with porridge especially those who are sick or got flu. I took 2 souce plate of it.

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If you are looking for something mild in taste, then you should go for ‘Pomfret Soup with Vege (????) @RM16. Sweet mild soup taste cook with vegetable and the fish is very fresh, soft and slices which had been cut perfectly for cooking purpose.

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‘Pomfret Fish Mee Suah (?????) @RM16′ is another option you can go for.

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If you wanted something spicy or sour ‘Sze Chuan Noodles (???) @RM8.50′ is one of the recommended choice as the taste had change to suit the local taste with added on some of their cooking style. Simple yet delicious~

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This is the man behind the kitchen which is owner cum chef. A passionate chef to maintain the authentic taste of it. Thanks to Ken for introducing this place to us.

Restoran Tien Kee Soup and Porridge
Address: No.94, Jalan SS 14/1,
47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor.

Tel: +6012 232 0028 (Raymond) +6012 373 2262 (Jacylyn)

*CLOSTING down SOON. . . .(will update their new location if known)- updated on 20.08.2010


An nyoung ha seh yo. . . . . Ottoshimnikka? (How are you)
I was lucky enough to get a glimpse of what Korea feels like that Eccucino is having a Korean Food Festival organize by Lotte Hotel World Seoul Korea collaborate with Prince Hotel to organize this great event from 11th to 21st March.

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With some showcase of Korean art and some girls and guys dress in traditional Korean dress to welcome the guest.


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All the invited media and VIP guest that attend this event which I can say half of the hall is filled with Koreans and when I hear the girls convey in Korean immediately that song humming in my mind again, ‘Nobody nobody but you’ . . . . (I guess this song is addictive enough) and the guest are just pretty.

Mr Choi Dong Gou, Minister/Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea had officially launch the Festival on 11th March 2010 in front of 80 VIP Guests and media/press invited for the event. This is also supported by The Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Korean Chamber of Commerce Kuala Lumpur, The Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) Malaysia, Samsung Malaysia, LG Electronics and Hyundai Motor Company.

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The new GM for Prince Hotel giving out a speech . . .


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The exotic Korean dish for the night that filled with origin taste which Prince Hotel had imported 3 great Korean Guest Chef which lead by Chef Han Chang Soo and his culinary team, Chef Kim Song Ki & Chef Yun Jong Hwan direct from Lotte Hotel World Seoul Korea and Prince Management team.

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The chef were demostrating how to prepare the traditional dish accordingly.Korea Fair (7)

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The tester for the night would be the chef’s wife.Korea Fair (14)

I surely do miss all authentic flavor or Korean which I felt the taste that prepared by these 3 chef is absolutely good.

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Bim Bap, Sateed Vegetable with Potato Noodles, and their Chicken Bulgogi is top notch. I have 3 rounds of this. I would say the best so far.

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Korean Fried Rice, Sauteed Bean Curd and Kim Chi Rice . . . .

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During our dinner we were presented by a show that is featured by 3 professional drawing actors, Kyu Jeong, Kim Jin-Kyu & San Lee presenting us a Charlie Chaplin style which is full with action ‘Drawing Show’ that will surprise you and its non verbal end with special effects. This talented group were flew in and sponsor by The Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) Malaysia.

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I just love his hairstyle. Did ask the rest what if you do your hair like that and walk in Pavilion. (keke).

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Just by looking at their face (so stonne) also makes you want to laugh.Korea Fair (30)


Kick start with a drawing of a city filled fireworks and seriously, theese guyssss really draww with their bare hand.

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Tadddaaa, present you the very first piece of their artwork. We were impress.

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When they pulled out the piece of sugar paper, shock us that, there actually a t-shirt behind it and its written:


and presented this sovinier to one of the VIP’s.

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Next guy came on and he look pretty serious, then with a great background music and start drawing.Korea Fair (35)

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End with a moutain piece suddenly they switch off the lights and we were totally shock yet amazed with the effected that they had add in.

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Waterfall flowing on the background!

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Next come with another bigger piece of white paper.

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With the background music more ‘Kan Cheong’.

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Then drew this. . . . .

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With his hand effect~

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and after lit up, we were like wahhhh!!!! we stunned a while and was like. . . . he is totally thumbs up!Korea Fair (45)

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To the end of the show, they were colouring on the 2 piece of the white board that written out that.

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Dance a little which is very funny.

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the END of the show and I have add in the 4 mins video to give you guys a glimpse of how he drew it.
Few more video’s to add in, still waiting for my friend, be Patient~


and with all of us enjoying our night, impress by the show and we did mention that if were to pay to see this show, worth the value of it. Group photo with the chefs and the rest of us, Witch, Sunny and Sidney, Ken, Xin, Me, Yeong, Coco and Brandon.

Their Korean festival ends on 21st March which is this Sunday. Make your reservation and try out their Korean food.

Prince Hotel
Eccucino (Grand Lobby)
Jalan Conlay (opp Pavillion KL)

Tel:03 2170 8888 ext 8119/8120.

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