Chi Ka Yin … means relatives or own people directly translated from Hakka Chinese dialect. Recently I am introduced to this restaurant by a fellow foodie (Yew Li). This restaurants offer authentic hakka cuisine which was inherited from family recipes.
Simple decoration and air conditioned seatings
The signature dish of hakka clan peoples. The abacus which made of yam.
Pork Belly cooked with Yam
The portion are just right and also the sauce goes along with a bowl of white rice
House Special Spring Roll which recently been featured in the 8TV Hochak show
Hakka Fried Meat which is cook together with chinese black fungus
Vinegar Pork Knuckle which has a strong taste of vinegar that used in cooking this dish.
Hakka Salted Chicken – Cooked in herbal style and slightly salty. This is not to be eaten without white rice.
Salted Vege Fish – The fish fillet were first fried before put into steam together with salted vege. It was a great combination of taste which slightly sour results from the salted vege used.
Authentic Hakka Yong Tau Fu
Bitter Gourd Salted Vege Soup – Don’t be scared of by its name, its actually bitter-less and very good for health and has a cooling effect towards our body heat.
Pork Stomach Pepper Soup
Stir Fried Lettuce
Steam Egg with salted eggs and pork at the bottom
The staff and the boss of the restaurant.
Restoran Chi Ka Yin
Address: No.9-G, Jalan Puteri 2/6, Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong, Selangor.
Tel: +6017 6080886