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Hoi Tin @ Serdang, Seri Kembangan

I am half Hakka but when it comes to the topics on Hakka dishes, it doesn't ring the bell.

Well, at least I know about Hakka Pun Choy. Not good enough eh?

As most of you might know, Serdang area is majorly populated by Hakka inhabitants. Thus, it is almost impossible that you could not find any Hakka dishes around.

Hoi Tin, like one of the well known Chinese restaurants in Serdang; Hee Lai Ton that also cater for both dine in & wedding sessions, has been operating for quiet some years in this town.

Recently, Hoi Tin has shifted near to Equine Park & was refurnished into a better looking dining spot. Lucky me, as it is much nearer for me to pay 'em a visit to check out some of their well-known Hakka dishes.

Stir fry Brinjal with garlic & XO sauce
very flavoursome & a perfect dish to go with your rice. I enjoyed this most.

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Stir fry Kailan with Tung Choy (preserved vegetable)
Combination of fresh and preserved vege was a decent mix and match.

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Bean Sprouts with Cuttlefish
Chris gave a double thumbs up for this. Crunchy sprouts & chewy cuttlefish.

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Fish Paste & Chives Stuffed Bean Curd (Tau Fu)
Served in a lip smacking broth, be sure to be impressed by this simple dish.

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Claypot Spareribs with Yam
Hands up yam and pork lover! I surrendered to this. Soft meat plus yam that'll melt in your mouth :)

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Steamed Red Tilapia in Minced Ginger

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A great place for dinner esp, with family & friends. Not overpriced, we had a satisfied meal :)
Hoi Tin will be starting off their dim sum sessions soon; from the end of April onwards. We'll be waiting to try!

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9 comments:

daphne March 31, 2010 at 8:16 PM  

Woah! ages since I had hakka food.. My fav is always hakka yong tou fu! and i can see they have it too!

kenwooi March 31, 2010 at 10:11 PM  

the presentation of the food looks really good =)

Velix April 1, 2010 at 12:58 AM  

yea..Hoi Tin is one of my family favourite too...next time u can try to order this Lala with tong fun and broth...claimed to be really delicious by my family.. eh..this saturday free boh? lets go out for a lunch? Umaiya?? hahaha...or maybe hoi tin? :D

J2Kfm April 1, 2010 at 8:27 AM  

I was searching for food in and around Seri Kembangan/Serdang area, and all I could find was Yap Yin. Haha, thanks for this. I like Hakka food as well, as much as Hokkien food. Heck even Hainanese fares.

Am I getting OLD?

ai wei April 1, 2010 at 9:34 AM  

velix, leng not free for lunch this sat and sun lor. kakaka

hmmm, i smell good Hakka dishes here. love Hakka food a lot cz i am Hakka :P

thule a.k.a leo April 1, 2010 at 10:45 AM  

Hakka food is the best.. LOL! Says the hakka boy :P
the claypot ribs with yam is absolutely delicious.. still my ultimate fav hakka dish would be lui cha :)

mimid3vils April 1, 2010 at 11:22 AM  

Hakka cuisines always very flavorsome, totally suite my tastebud cause I'm a 重口味person :P

The bean sprout with cuttlefish sound new to me, never see such combination ler...

"Joe" who is constantly craving April 1, 2010 at 8:59 PM  

i dine here almost on a weekly basis and i had no idea its actually hakka cuisine! hehe.

one good thing here is speed, its almost mcdonalds speed!

Precious Pea April 1, 2010 at 9:46 PM  

I can imagine myself having 2 bowls of rice to go with all those yummy dishes! So appetizing!



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