Gourmet Tour With Hugo Leong – Day 2 (Lunch) : New Plum Garden Siji Restaurant at Shantou, The Home Ground Of Teo Chew Clans People In China

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Oo Chien or fried oyster with plenty of baby oyster

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The fried oyster here is slightly different from what we have back in Malaysia. Here are just pure eggs with little bit of starch mix. Our version come with chili and preserved radish.

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Fried Long Jeng Tea Leaf Prawn

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This is the first time I see prawn prepared in this way. The prawn were fried with onions, capsicum and long jeng tea leaves. It gives a strong aroma of tea when you bite on the prawn.

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Steam Kui Hwa Fish. I don’t know what is the English name for it but this fish is certainly tasty as it taste almost like baby garoupa but the meat were more fine.

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Steam fresh scallops with ginger, garlic, chopped chili with glass noodles. This is my favorite dish throughout the whole lunch. It is very appetizing for me as I love ginger and garlic mix with plenty of spicy chili.

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14 thoughts on “Gourmet Tour With Hugo Leong – Day 2 (Lunch) : New Plum Garden Siji Restaurant at Shantou, The Home Ground Of Teo Chew Clans People In China

    1. email2me Post author

      No leh …. <5K inclusive of premium airline (MAS), stay 5 stars hotel, eat fantastic foods (no way you can go supper after that even me!)

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  1. J2Kfm

    Oh so fast already gone for the food tour?! I thought it was only a few weeks ago when you told me about this. Haha .. time flies.

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