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Putien (Tampines Mall) (莆田菜馆)

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Putien is one of Singapore's finest restaurant that 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.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 17:30 - 22:30

+65 67812162
$23 based on 17 submissions
Children/Family (3 votes), Dinner (3 votes)
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  • Lotus Leaf Steamed Crab with Vermicelli1 vote
  • Lychee sweet and sour pork1 vote
  • Seaweed with Crab Meat Soup1 vote
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• 29 Oct 2014 • 34 reviews • 1 follower

Must try - Lor Mee! Service was fantastic.

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For my full review with images, please visit: 

http://jankliciouz.blogspot.sg/2014/05/pu-tien-tampines-mall-review.html
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• 25 Apr 2011 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Disappointing....

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Went to Pu Tien with several family

members.

Greeted by the staff (as usual). Less than

2 minutes after we got seated, we were prompted to make our order. The staff

who took our order was very pushy & kept recommending stuffs. We ignored

her as we find it was quite rude to cut into customers’ conversation.

Shortly, we ordered a 4 Pax ($128++) Meal

from the Spring Set Menu with additional Tea Leaf Prawns & Medium sized

Seafood Fried Rice. Again… staff pushed for her Chinese tea ($4.90/cup), I have

to say it was not fantastic & it was exorbitantly priced – considering the quality.

I am an avid Chinese tea drinker myself.

4 “Spring” Appetiser – Small Tea Leaf Eggs

was quite good, other than that the rest of the three items was average at

best. Seaweed was salty.

Celery Toufu Soup – I think this is the

best of the lot, salty too. Soup was thick with nice consistency.

Steamed Seabass with Chili – Very obvious “soil-smell”,

the Chili & seasoning used was too much, I guess it is used to mask the “soil-smell”.

Disappointing.

Deep Fried Pork Ribs – 6.5 / 10. OK.

Stir-fried Chives with Squid – 6 / 10. OK.

Squid properly cooked, nice & chewy.

Optional – Seafood fried rice. Tasted

exactly like most of the “zi-char” store. Nothing fantastic, yet over-priced.

Taking fried rice into comparison Ding Tai Fung’s Fried rice tasted a lot better.

Optional – Tea Leaf Prawns. 7 / 10. The

only dish worth recommending. Nuff said.

Complimentary Spring Fruit – Nicely

decorated, puny serving.

Food contain a lot of MSG, family

complained of thirsty half an hour after the meal.

As a whole, a firm “Not-recommended”. For

the price, I would rather go to some other Chinese restaurants at some of the

better known Hotels. Or rather go to Ding Tai Fung / Imperial Treasure Nan Bei

(Tampines One). Service levels of the waitresses definitely needs to be

improved, needs to keep their mouth shut when not asked for opinions.

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• 17 Oct 2010 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

For casual dining

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Pu Tien @ Tampines Mall have a rather weird... setting!

We walk quite a distance to the dining area, but still if you are on wheel chair you can go through a short cut!

Waitresses were extreme friendly, which I like!

Normally I don't eat sweet and sour pork outside, except that those zi char stalls but I made Pu Tien an exception! Because they add in Lychee, though it's those canned lychee but it does make a slight different.

Needless to say, their signature bee hoon is nice too!

p/s: they don't serve their signature 煎包 on that day I went, so I know not if they totally don't sell or it's just that day.

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