127 Kitchener Road
Singapore 208514

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm



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Reviews at Putien (Kitchener Road)

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And it's truly worthy of their 1 Michelin star! Their service is stellar with the ever attentive star. They even have a lucky draw for Mothers and flowers for every mother! 😄
We ordered our favourite sweet and sour squirrel fish, three eggs spinach, yam wrapped duck 🤤 Which is all as delicious as always. Instead of our usual heng hua fried bee hoon, we decided to try the mazu mian sian. It doesn't have the flavours of the heng hua bee hoon, it's more like wet mian sian in a seafood stock w assorted seafood. Felt like a nutritious homely meal.
#burpple #mothersday #putien #henghwafood

Super tender and flavorful pork and the sauce wasn't too sticky and sweet which unfortunately is a mainstay at some places. Lychee added a nice touch to balance it all. For $13.50 this was pretty reasonable considering the quality of cooking you get.

If you are always afraid to try pig intestines, you should definitely give Pu Tien's a try! Clean thoroughly, this had zero foul taste at all! Think of this as pork sausages, this really had almost the same texture!

Another to-go dish at putien! Definitely not your regular lor mee.

Another classic that you should get here. Love the sweetness and light batter. I love how putien makes everything so exquisite!

The '9 fold' intestines is really a treat. I loved the springiness and light flavors that comes with it. Brilliant!

So simple yet so good. Definitely a dish you should order when you're here.

😋 Of course that includes the candied yam cubes and PuTien Lor Mee too!😍

Fujian cuisine which sits well with our local palettes. You know when you dine at @putien_sg , you are generally "safe" 😂 Simple yet presentable restaurant to entertain your guests, birthday meals etc... easy crowd pleaser. I wouldn't say it's a must-go but perhaps due to the homely feel and light-tasting dishes, i always come back for more!

Rating: 8/10

Will i return/recommend: Yes/Yes

Pros: No MSG (pls cfm with them), most items on menu is generally quite good. Comfortable chinese restaurant, friendly staffs.

Cons: Long queues during dinner time. Food standard is inconsistent (minimal) among diff outlets. Fav outlet is at Kitchener rd. but parking is a nightmare, they offer valet service though.

Price: S$14.50++ for layered intestines, avg spending for two (4-5 dishes) S$60-80

First Harvest Seaweed! New seasonal menu launch for the first time at Putien. Freshly harvested seaweed from Wheat Island, Fujian Provience are air flown to ensure the best quality dishes are served to your dining table.

Meizhou Claypot Rice with Seaweed is one of the five seaweed dishes you'll find on this seasonal menu. Using traditional cooking method adapted from the local fisherman, they braised the pearl rice in seaweed and oyster soup for a stipulated time, allowing it to absorb all the essence that you'll savour each bite.

Pictured is one of the new fish available - the painstakingly stewed Yellow Croaker Rice ($15.80/$23.80). Involving many procedures, the rice is super flavourful, soaking up all the essence from the broth made from the fish bones. Exceptionally comforting to have given its chewy texture with a mixture of glutinous rice and normal rice.
The fish was fresh and sweet yet carefully deboned - to be enjoyed by young and old.
Thank you @putien_sg for feeding us and @affluencepr for the warm hospitality and invitation.

Making use of seasonal fresh produce and their locality experience, this 1 Star Michelin restaurant retained the yellow croaker's original essence in this brilliant "100 Second Stewed Yellow Croaker". Every time I go #Putien, it's always a wonderful experience, but the difference at the 1 Star Michelin branch is the insane attentiveness! While removing my empty glass of drink, the service staff replaced it with a warm glass of water with the other hand immediately, remembering that I wanted warm barley initially. #burpple #openricesg #hungrygowhere #exploresingapore

2 pc's).
Something I wouldn't usually pick from a menu, but would definitely love to sink my teeth into again! These pig trotters were surprisingly crisp on the outside while the inside was tender and full of collagen (without tasting oily or fatty).
For this dish, Putien insists on using only 7" pig trotters from Australia and they go though a rigorous 12-hour preparation that includes being fried three times, air dried to get rid of fats, and they're also baked to perfection. Definitely a must try if you're heading to Putien.

Best time to sample Yellow Croaker dishes as they are tender and in abundance during this season. Using different cooking method, you'll get to taste Yellow Croaker that's steam, boil, pan-fried and deep-fried from now till 30 November 2016.

Deep-fried yellow croaker ($12) aka 咸香黄花鱼, marinated with premium peppercorn and sea salt for 24hr. Loads of step goes into making as they dry it but retain slight moisture over a few times. It is then deep fried to crunchy texture yet you can taste tenderness of the fish.

Another seasonal creation by Putien that's available from 2 Sep to 30 Nov. It's such a healthy dish with all natural seasoning. Besides this, you can also try their Yellow Croaker dishes cooked in different styles such as pan fried, deep fried, and boiled. .
Thank you @affluencepr and Putien for hosting us.

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