Sunday, January 1, 2012

Hakka Passion @ Bandar Puteri Puchong

The first blog post of 2012 should be of something special; Personally, I don't feel like making any of you bored with my lengthy grandmother story bout my reminiscence towards 2011, or the resolutions for 2012.

Since my all-time favourite post 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 :D

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 :D


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.

Hong Qu Men Rou (Braised Meat with Red Yeast Rice) @ RM 17
This is non-Halal, and the pork tastes gorgeous when cooked with such an authentic Hakka style!


Hakka Fried Tofu with Minced Meat @ RM 13
The tofu is fresh and home-brewed. Very well-cooked.


Fried Pucuk Paku @ RM 15
This sizzled greens are wok-tossed in Hakka style; Worth a try! :D



According to the menu, the dessert I ordered is named as
"Hakka Red Bean Sponge Cake" @ RM 3.90


But to my surprise, it is a piece of yam glutinuous rice cake
filled with red bean paste and topped with shredded coconut.

YUMMY! :D
This is gorgeous, and can rarely be found elsewhere!

I just can't resist its awesomeness!
The meal concludes on a sweet note with such a special dessert.


3 dishes along with two bowls of rice, and dessert becomes a perfect lunch for two! :D
P/S: Charges for the tea is RM 7 per table.
In case you don't know how to get there :)

When the bill comes... It costs around RM 30 per person for such authentic taste.
If you're a fan of Hakka dishes,
don't hesitate to visit this restaurant!
*NEW* (Added personal opinion on each food review)
Verdict:
1. Just fabulous; The food stuff served while hot is absolutely good. 
2. The dessert was a total speechless and had my lip sealed with delight. 
3. A fabulous way to start kick 2012!

Anyway, HAPPY 2012 TO ALL! 

Hakka Passion
No. 2, Jalan Puteri 2/2, Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong, Selangor.
Contact: 603-8051 1999

70 comments:

  1. Must go and try else this Hakka Bananaz may have lost the hakka taste in future tQ. 

    Happy New Year 2012.

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  2. heheh, my father's side is hakka, but i still don't know much about hakka food :D here's wishing you a 2012 that's also full of good food and good fun :D

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  3. www.thegreenmechanics.comJanuary 1, 2012 at 1:32 PM

    The Hong Qu Men Rou and the tofu look yummy! Mouth watering & nicely presented.

    Happy new year!

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  4. I personally dont have any favourite Hakka dishes.. Cause I love food in general haha..
    But I do love the 'lei cha'!

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  5. I beg to differ :P I think there are quite a number of hakka restaurants out there compared to others. The only food I know from Hakka is Lei Cha but I've tried Hong Qu Men Rou before HEHE 

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  6. hakka! tak pernah try before! Happy new year babe anyway! :)

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  7. nice writeup Fish!, your blog is getting better and better!!

    Happy new year 2012! 

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  8. hahaha, thanks for being so considerate huh.. and great, you are indulging all of us with great food on this very first day of the new year huh?? so this means, we are blessed with good food throughout the year!! kakaka~~

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  9. I've been there once and I have to say that the food there is good! (Y) :)

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  10. wow. i'm staying so near to puchong, and yet i didn't know there's such restaurant! the only hakka restaurant i know of is the ying ker lou, which has a lot of branches in major shopping complexes here.

    anyways ... i'm a vegetarian, so won't get the chance to try it out!

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  11. Hi Renaye, as far as I concern, Ying Ker Lou is a nice hakka restaurant but it's quite pricey there, so let's try out something delicious yet reasonably priced :)

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  12. hi Yi Han, glad to hear that you've visited this place before, i will put a "Like" for the foodstuff there too!

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  13. hi Nikel, it tastes good too!

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  14. hi Jfook, thanks for dropping by :) 

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  15. hi Bananaz, you can still be the authentic one even not by dining at hakka restaurant :P

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  16. hi Sean, well neither do i know bout hakka food too. i just happen to love it coz' i have not tried it before.

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  17. Hello there, thank you for your comment and happy 2012 to you too!

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  18. hi Hilda, i hate lei cha, lol, because it's way tooooo green to savour me. this is my first time of dining at such restaurant actually.

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  19. hi Alien, then you should try it out and you'd definitely love it! happy 2012 to you too!

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  20. hi Isaac, thank you for your compliment, and I'd learn more bout you too :) happy 2012!

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  21. hi SK, i think most bloggers are blessed with good food all the time, hahas! thank you for dropping by and i hope you enjoy the first meal of 2012 :)

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  22. my my. you're making me drooling late at night! haha tasty hakka foods you got there. i'm a hakka btw. thanks for the comment you drop by at my blog earlier on! Hayden Chan

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  23. hi Hayden, i realise there are quite a number of hakka Chinese bloggers around here :) glad to hear that the tasty food tempts you :P

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  24. Oh my, the dessert looks so good! drooling at it now! Happy New Year to ya! :)

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  25. meow. ying ker lou is indeed very pricey. thanks for the review.

    RYC: my blog doesn't like non-nutang members to comment on my blog. that is why i have the dialogue box for readers to leave their comment. so pls leave ur comments there, as i update my blog frequently. sincerely apologise for my blog's misbehavior.

    happy new year. may all ur dreams and wishes come true in 2012.

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  26. Looks like a great meal to me!

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  27. I must admit that Hakka food is not usual for us. I not familiar with the food except the famous Hakka Yong Tau Foo :) The food looks mouth-watering!

    Fish, it's great knowing u & I wish u all the best in 2012!

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  28. yummeh! i am craving hakka food..until i have some, i can only read, see pics and drool.

    blessed new year cupcake:D

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  29. not bad! the Yam Rice Cake Very Attractive for me!! :D

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  30. The tofu looks yummy! =)

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  31. hi Merryn, the dessert is my favourite among all, and happy 2012 to you and family too!

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  32. hi Peggy, it is indeed a savoury one, do check it out if you pass by puchong area :)

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  33. hi Shirley, that's exactly what im thinking too! thank you for your precious comments throughout the month and happy 2012 to you too!

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  34. hi Missy, you should try it out some day whenever you come across any Hakka restaurant

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  35. hi Kian Fai, drooling over the dessert eh? it is indeed very special and i'd love to taste it again.

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  36. hi Hong Wei, the tofu is braised with delicious sauce, worth a try too :)

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  37. Hai Fish!! Long time no see.. Ha ha ha.. I was back in Sabah like for 2 weeks and now already back in KL.. And yeah, you make my day with these beautiful meals of Hakka, which I love their Looks!! And yeah, for sure, their taste was damn good!! ^_^.v.. Happy New Year Fish!!

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  38. I just don't understand why this kind of restaurants need to be wifi-enabled...

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  39. Hi Fish, thanks for dropping by my humble blog :)
    Oh this restaurant just around where I always go for dinner with my family. The food looks good! or it is your pictures make me drooling all over my laptop now...hehe

    Will check it out soon... :)

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  40. Happy Hakka 2012 !!

    haha~

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  41. Never know Hakka food has that dessert... Only familiar with hakka homemade dishes.. :D

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  42. 客家料理,喜欢!
    我是客家人。。。。 祝Happy2012!

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  43. rm30 per person is quite worth. the purple colour desserts look promising.

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  44. another one who uses the "verdict" style of review after me hehe. nice pics, but looks like too little stuffs

    colourless opinions™

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  45. The dessert looks really yummy. I love the glutinuous rice cake filled with red bean paste and topped with shredded coconut. It looks so unique and beautiful.

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  46. Hehe,I'm Hakka mui, but seldom take Hakka food though;p

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  47. Hakka foods always very oily one but I like it very much. Hehehe!

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  48. I think I been here before. The place looks comfy and clean.

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  49. not a fan of hakka food and the place is too far. Gonna jam all the way but the food looks good la...

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  50. Wakaka,I am a pure Hakka here :D

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  51. hi Anne, for this 4-course meal, i agree that it is worth. and the dessert is my fave too :)

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  52. hi Aki, MIA for 2 weeks eh? thanks for dropping by again and happy new year to you too :)

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  53. hi khengsiong, i bet they just want to attract more corporate people to hold meetings while dining in there 

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  54. wow.. will try this one time when I am near Puchong.. I never like to go that area due to the heavy traffic.. but if I do go, I am sure I will go this place for makan too..

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  55. hi sueann, thanks for visiting and mind dropping by ur URL so that i can keep in touch with you? ;) 

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  56. hi WYYV, homemade ones do sound good as well :)

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  57. hi Sleeper, that's my topic! LOL. 

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  58. hi there, i fell in love with this too :) since we're of the same ethnic, happy hakka 2012 to you then :P

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  59. hi Tony, thats personal opinion, recently started in 2012 :) the amount of foodstuff is not that much because it was meant for a meal of two. 

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  60. hi Sheohyan, that's pretty unique and suit my liking too :) glad that you loved it as much as i do

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  61. hi Bi Bi, same applies to me i guess :) rarely have the chance for authentic hakka foodstuff 

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  62. hello Joshua, surprisingly the one i had here isnt too oily, thats why i love it so much :D

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  63. hi Chris, its ambiance is pretty good indeed :)

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  64. hi Henry, well do give it a try if u happen to pass by, anyway i think there'd more unique food around PJ area too :)

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  65. hi Steph, pure Hakka meaning that you love hakka food as much as i do too? hope you enjoyed the post :)

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  66. That's food passion,looks tasty.

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  67. hi Thomas, yes indeed it is! glad that you enjoyed too

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