Showing posts with label Singapore (Teochew Food). Show all posts
Showing posts with label Singapore (Teochew Food). Show all posts

Friday, May 5, 2017

Chui HuayLim Teochew Cuisine

Once again, my siblings and our spouses had lunch at one of our favourite teochew restaurant. Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine at Leng Kee Road is our favourite teochew restaurant.

Thick tea served before the start of our meal and after we finished all our food, we were served another cup of thick tea again. The bigger cup contained another type of chinese tea.

Teochew Pig's trotter jelly

Teochew Braised Duck(Some tau kwa (firm bean curd) were at the bottom of the duck), loved this dish, the duck were sliced very thinly and the meat were very tender and easy to bite.

Deep fried ngoh hiang rolls

Stir fried prawns teochew style with yellow chives

Claypot braised bean curd with seafood

Steamed fish

Stir fried asparagus

Stir fried kai lan

Ee Fu noodles

Orh Nee (Yam Paste)

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Paradise Teochew Restaurant Scotts Square

Had a nice lunch with my siblings and their spouses at Paradise Teochew Restaurant at Scotts Square, while waiting for our table, we played some pokemon at the entrance of the restaurant. There's free wifi at Scotts Square. I am not crazy about the game but loved taking screen shot of the monsters haha.

We were served some nice thick tea before they served our food.

Being teochew ourselves, we of course ordered mostly teochew dishes, the first dish was chilled pork trotter jelly in teochew style.

Of course the famous chilled crab

Braised sliced duck

Salted vegetable and duck soup

Forgot the name of this dish, is some kind of stir fry mushroom, etc

Steamed minced pork with salted fish

Oyster Omelette

Steamed promfret

Sweet and sour pork

Crispy noodle

Yam Paste or orh nee

Thick tea served at end of meal

Monday, February 9, 2015

Lunch at Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine in Chui Huay Lim Club

Established since 1845, Chui Huay Lim Club has a rich history of 167 years. It was originally setup for Teochew businessmen to engage in business networking. You can read more about the rich history from its official website..

Earlier this month, we went there for lunch, the lunch was really good. As we were teochew, the food really click well with us siblings, and the food is really very good and tasty.

We were first served some thick tea before lunch.

Teochew Cold Crab

Ter ker Tan (Pig's trotters jelly)

Braised Goose Meat

Teochew Braised Duck (The duck was so tender and moist - really very good)

Prawns with salted egg

Stir fry spinach

Claypot tofu

Braised fish maw with mushroom, etc

Teochew Steamed promfret

Ee Fu Noodles

Soup with mushroom

Lastly, the must order dessert for teochew cuisine is the orh nee or yam paste with gingko nuts

The bill came to over $570+ for a table of 10, we ordered quite a lot of good and tasty food. Will come again. :)