FIND THE AUTHENTIC FRESH OYSTER OMELETTE & OTHER HENG HWA’s CUISINE IN “HOI KEE”

May 19, 2018 Restaurants

 

 

Talk about “Heng Hwa” or also known “Henghua” religious from Chinese Putian been thousands of years still carrying their traditional home recipe eateries to recent, but not frequently be found in our nation Malaysia today. Here at Kuala Lumpur, we found and successfully recognised the best recommended “Hoi Kee Heng Hwa” eating house still serving their 2-generations Henghua and family recipes to the market.

The local originated Mr. Thomas Yee Boon Wah (born 1966), together with his wife Ms. Lim Lye Yoke (born 1967) both are the initial & immediate owners of this best recommended chinese cuisine eating place “Restoran Hoi Kee Heng Hwa” introducing their generations traditional authentic home recipe menus such fresh oyster omelette, fried rice cake, oyster meesua broth etc to the locals and visitors all under a roof by their 30 years experienced Chief Chef Thomas (the owner).

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Mr. Thomas Yee, who at his age of 52 years old currently, being touched the f&b industry since teenage helping father, late Mr. Yee Kam Wang, in their family restaurant “Restoran Hoi Kee” at Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur. With his great interest in eatery & chefing, Thomas Yee decided to fully step into the career in year 1988 at his 22nd of age began as kitchen trainee in his family’s chinese cuisine restaurant spent his 5 years there to be positioned as Chef.

Wishing to further his exposure in the career, added with foreseen the market opportunity in the f&b industry and also insisting to serve traditional authentic chinese henghua cuisines made Thomas in year 2012, with assisted by wife Lye Yoke, successfully established their very new and owned eating house registered as “Restoran Hoi Kee Heng Hwa” at Taman Desa, Off Jalan Klang Lama continue presenting most of their home recipes to the public in manner.

In Hoi Kee, the owner’s first top recommended in menus surely will be their “Signature Fresh Oyster Omelette”. Fresh oysters in selected size, wok-fried with the mixtures of chicken egg and flour-paste, then served topped with spring onions shredded & groundnuts brings an authentic oyster omelette totally differ from the others in town. Especially the fried egg’s wok taste into mouth and the oyster’s freshness itself in bites you must try when reached Kuala Lumpur.

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Secondly will be their among the restaurant’s top recommended menu, their “Fried Hock Chew Rice Cake”. China imported quality rice cake selected, prepared after 8 hours watering, then fried with fresh shrimps, deep-fried pork lards, Lala clam’s meat, pork slices, chicken meats, fish cake slices and veges. Finally served topped with groundnuts brings exotic wok-taste you will never regret after tasted, also neither found better elsewhere in town.

Another will be their “Fried Heng Hwa Meesua in Oyster Broth”, which also the restaurant’s daily top seller recently favourite by their regular customers. In-house soup base prepared in hours with mixtures of chicken & pork bones, then cooked into broth with fresh oysters, served mixed into fried local’s homemade meesua (flour-made fine noodles) with rice wine and topped with seaweed shredded brings the best unbelievable traditional authentic Henghua’s broth noodles soup must taste.

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Nonetheless, the owners’ also taken this opportunity to introduce their very home creation “Stuffed Boneless Chicken Wing with Ham & Mushroom” only in Hoi Kee. Fresh chicken wings prepared in boneless, marinated with home recipes and stuffed into with mixtures of ham & mushroom, then finally served after 3-minutes deep-fried in flour-coated brings excellent chewing bite’s texture eatery which you really cannot missed when stepped into this “Restoran Hoi Kee Heng Hwa” at Taman Desa, Kuala Lumpur (off Jalan Klang Lama).

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RESTORAN HOI KEE HENG HWA

 

Address: No.16,

Jalan 1/109E,

Desa Business Park,

Taman Desa,

Off Jalan Klang Lama,

58100 Kuala Lumpur.

Business Hours: 12:00pm to 2:30pm

6:00pm to 9:30pm (Daily)

(Closed on Monday)

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