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Putien (Parkway Parade)

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Tasty, Simple & Heart-warming Comfort Food
Voted as one of Singapore’s best 50 restaurants, PUTIEN has carved a niche for itself offering authentic Heng Hwa cuisine in our island city-state, aided by a superior  reputation and an intrinsic desire to provide heart-warming comfort food for globetrotting city slickers.
PUTIEN restaurant, a modest eatery specializing in Heng Hwa cuisine, offers an oasis of simple indulgences amid one’s daily bustle.

The PUTIEN brand name has its roots traced to Putian, a beautiful coastal town located in the Fujian province of China.  Surrounded by spectacular ocean views and majestic mountains, Putian is blessed with lush pastures and bountiful catches from the sea.  Even as the locals have sampled the eight main Chinese cuisine types, nothing delights them more than uncomplicated and homely Putian fare – that which exudes rich flavours of back country and brings to mind corresponding attributes of simplicity and purity – inherent in local customs and culture.  The atmosphere of warmth, sincerity and hospitality at PUTIEN underpins an indispensable part of the Putian culture. 

Friendly staff welcome patrons with profuse warmth and enthusiasm.  A meal at PUTIEN promises to satisfy the most discerning palate with wholesome home-cooked dishes prepared by dedicated chefs. 

PUTIEN Menu Highlights

Known as Heng Hwa cuisine, PUTIEN’s home-style cooking is wholesome and hearty, where simplicity is key and the natural flavours of the ingredients are preserved.

The recipe for PUTIEN’s success is a clever combination of serving authentic dishes which feature quality seasonal ingredients and keeping prices affordable to everyone.  Exotic seafood such as Putian’s native clams, seaweed, shrimps and even abalone feature prominently on the menu.  Heavy emphasis is laid on drawing out the innate goodness of these ingredients by using a gentle and easy hand during the preparation process.

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Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Fri - Sun & PH: 14:30 - 17:00

Daily: 17:30 - 22:00

+65 63456358
$23 based on 14 submissions
Children/Family (4 votes), Dinner (3 votes), Lunch (3 votes)
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Awesome meal

Really enjoyed my meal here :) Do check out http://seokyinnn.blogspot.sg for more details ^_^ Some food are really good while some are alright

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• 12 Sep 2013 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

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Really enjoyed my meal here :) Do check out http://seokyinnn.blogspot.sg for more details ^_^ Some food are really good while some are alright
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• 03 Jul 2012 • 1 review • 14 followers

Impeccable service and great value

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Super impressed by how warm and thoughtful the staff were! They greeted us with enthusiasm and wiped down the baby chairs without being prompted.

Special mention to Irving who was extra friendly!

Love the food as well..quality is always consistent and priced reasonably!

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• 26 Jun 2011 • 3 reviews • 5 followers

Beyond My Expectation!

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The quality of the foods and service delivery were beyond my expectation. The Fried Bee Hoon with century egg was awesome, and the texture and taste were well balance. The killer dish was Pork Frost Egg Plant, crispy skin wrapping around soft texture, blended perfectly with pork frost. My other favorite dishes include Egg Spinach, Shrimp Roll and Yam Duck. All the foods were served in time. Tea cups were duly refilled, and all staffs were friendly and alert. Processing of bill was speedy too. When we walked out of the restaurant, all the staffs including the steward greet us good bye. Very impressed with the foods and staffs. Will definitely go back for more.
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