Monday, January 22, 2007

Heng Hua Food: Deep Fried Century Egg, Sharks Fin, Scallops and Asparagus

Few weeks ago, our family went to have some Heng Hua Food. Heng Hua is a dialect and this is their cooking style. Mum's and aunt's side are Heng Hua.

There is one very famous Heng Hua Restaurant at Serangoon, but for that shop, we needed to wait for more than 1 hour. We were hungry as usual, and just went to the 'other' shop. haha..

We are at Putian Seafood. It's at Kitchener Road.

Update: Here's a photo of the shop.



The only thing different is the deep fried thing you see here. Guess what is it? They are actually deep fried century egg. Very nice.




Sharks Fin is like any Sharks Fin.




This is scallop and Asparagus. Is this Heng Hua? I dunno. It was ordered, we just ate :-)



More tomorrow.



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5 comments:

Shilpa said...

I see two deep-fried things leh, which one is the century egg? The dish with sauce or the one without? The whole spread looks damn good, though!

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Deep-fried century eggs?? Lordy, like they haven't been tortured enough! First you pickle them in horse urine (well okay, they use brine now), then bury them in mud and hay for months. Now you fry them??

Aiyo, what have they done in their past lives to deserve such treatment?

tigerfish said...

I tried some heng hua food in beach road (near concourse before)...dunno if still there.
Hey, the first pix looks likle traditional cold dish/platter(which usually have warm items like spring roll, fruit/prawn salad etc etc..
Putian ? Do they have those prawns steamed/boiled served in bamboo etc etc?
So when you posting heng hua loh mee ? hahahahhahahah

bsGlutton said...

I can't recall a heng hua restaurant in KL, do u happen to know of any ?

The dishes do look different from normal tho.

Keropok Man said...

Not sure where to find in KL leh...

I have updated this post with the addition of the shop front photo.

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