This is my 4th time dining at Pu Tien but it was only now that I discovered that the food was really not bad, and quite affordable too!
I went to the outlet at RWS and if you have the RWS Invites card, you can get a 3% rebate.
I don’t usually care about the peanuts but the seaweed that comes with it was good! it was slightly crispy, like Korean/ Thai seaweed snacks.
Iced Bitter Gourd – $4.90++
This is probably thinly sliced cold bitter gourd served with a honey dip. It was my first time trying bitter gourd like this and it was quite nice. The bitterness was well balanced with the honey and it was quite appetising. If you like bitter gourd, you can try this.
Stir-fried Kailan with Beancurd Skin – $10.90++
This one was not very good and I would recommend skipping it.
Deep Fried Tenggiri Fish – $12.90++/3
This is also known as Batang fish, and I have never liked batang. However, this version changes it all! It was thin, maybe like 1cm thickness, and it was fried to perfection. The fish inside was moist, juicy and still bouncy, as opposed to dry and hard texture I’ve encountered in all other versions of Batang I’ve had. This is best eaten while still hot, because I realise when it has cooled it slowly becomes drier.
Homemade Beancurd – $8.90++
This is a must try in my opinion. I normally do not like beancurd (those available from supermarkets, cooked at home and at random food stalls) but I realised that whenever a restaurant serves homemade beancurd, it has potential to be nice. This is one of them, and I really loved it!
PUTIEN Lor Mee – $7.90++
This portion is enough for 2, and even though it’s the small portion, it isn’t really that small. I am not a fan of Lor Mee but this is pretty good, worth a try if you like lor mee.
Overall: my favourites are the beancurd and the tenggiri fish. I would want to return just for those!
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26, Sentosa Gateway, #01-203/204, The Forum
Tel: 6686 3781
Lunch: 11.30am – 3pm
High-Tea: 2.30pm – 5pm (Fri-Sun & PH)
Dinner: 5.30pm – 10pm