Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Sin Hup Kee Restaurant.@Puchong.

Bandar Puteri in Puchong is a real melting pot for many types of cuisine and pastry.

Many restaurants come and go and I noticed that only the strong and the best establishment survived the onslaught. 

Sin Hup Kee Restaurant which has it's roots in Ipoh, Perak is joining in the fray with Hon Kee Porridge, Fu Kua Thong, Bak Kut Teh , Teow Chew porridge....etc as neighbors. 

My daughter Mindy invited us to join her for dinner as her hubby Sam was in Singapore.

The place is new, clean and fuss-free but communication with their waiters was real bad !

Parking is OK.

Black pepper fish fillet-the Garouper fish fillet were thick and fresh-with just the right amount of pepper to flavor it up-star of the night !-Rm16/

Signature stir fried Chicken-the chicken thigh cuts tasted like Marmite chicken-fragrant, tender, meaty with crispy skin-Rm14/

Tofu with diced  Pickled Lettuce-the tofu was bland but the pickled lettuce/minced pork goes well with rice-Rm12/

Fiery Pork Ribs-turned out to be not fiery-not much meat and the gravy was a bit salty-Rm18/

Stir fried Brinjal with Long bean-with deep fried crispy dried shrimps and topped with diced garlic-was surprised that it was not oily-Rm10/

Watermelon came in a heart shape was complimentary.

Total bill: Rm80/
Location: 64, Jalan Puteri 2/4,
Bandar Puteri, Puchong,


Little Inbox said...

I can see Garouper fillet is very fresh, meaty, juicy and springy.

eugene said...

Why communication with the waiters are real bad? was it because they are foreingners or their attitude.

EatTravelEat said...

Nice template change! Everything looks really good, at least that counteracts the bad service. :) I find it interesting how they put ice next to the watermelon. Never have seen that before!

foodbin said...

LInbox-it was.
eugene-language problem.
ETEat-red template?-most of the tables in Chinese restaurants are covered with a piece of red cloth-ice on the watermelon is to keep it cool.

thule a.k.a leo said...

I have always liked Puchong because I was spoilt with choices on where to eat.. until I moved to PJ 4 years ago! Now it's kinda hard to drive all the way there as the traffic in Puchong is getting from bad to worse.. especially during rush hour

foodbin said...

thule a.k.a-weekends will be OK.

J2Kfm said...

Yeah, I only knew about this when I dined at Sin Hup Kee recently. The lady boss is there now, did you see any kuih being sold there?

Last time when she was here at the Ipoh branch, she used to make pumpkin ang koo, fatt gou and such.

foodbin said...

J2fm-did not noticed any Kueh.