Thursday, May 26, 2016

Hakka Tale

This Hakka home-cooked food catering & delivery service offers cherished family recipes handed down through two generations, executed with experience, skill & authenticity by a matriarch who's been cooking since she was a child, with a hand in running Hakka eateries during her adulthood.

Hakka Tale's repertoire is extensive, confidently traversing both the familiar traditional staples as well as some relatively more obscure heritage fare. Pork is a cornerstone, with crowd-pleasing favourites that span possibilities like braised trotters, rolled roast belly, stewed trotters in black vinegar, steamed mustard belly & stewed belly. All ingredients are personally hand-picked by the chef when orders are received, & her cooking is MSG-free.

Ideal for feasts with family & friends: Hakka drunken chicken, taro abacus, stuffed oysters with mushrooms, stuffed omelette, yong tau foo & lei cha, showcasing home-made flavours with heart. Thanks to Hakka Tale for a memorable dinner; Hakka Tale also has plans to introduce lunch set deliveries in the near future.

Contact Hakka Tale via its Facebook page - facebook.com/hakkatale - or at 019-228 7865 for ordering information.
Photo of Hakka Tale founder provided by her family.

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14 comments:

  1. OMG! Look at the pork belly! Super drooling!

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    1. Phong Hong: yeah, i'm a fan of pork belly in any recipe too! ;)

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  2. The pork belly looks yummy, and the abacus too! :D

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    1. CK: i like hakka abacus beads ... i try to order them whenever i see them at any restaurant ;)

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  3. Oh me oh my!!! The beauty of the beast, I want them all. No lei cha for me though, I'm more into the sinful stuff. Hehehehehehe!!!!

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, i actually love lei cha a lot ... i could happily finish an entire bowl of lei cha ... love the flavours & textures of lei cha ;)

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  4. Omg, yong tao foo and lei cha! Why did I choose to blog hop during lunch over? Would love to take a flight to my favorite haunt in Subang to have lei cha at this very minute, man. =)

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    1. Ciana: there's never a bad time for either yong tau foo or lei cha ... especially brinjal yong tau foo, which is my fave :D

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  5. The dishes all look rather sumptuous and I wouldn't mind ordering them for dinner some day but the restaurant facebook (unfortunately) is not forthcoming with ready information on menu, prices or delivery (you end up having to ask a lot of questions which will make the ordering process rather tedious).

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    1. Contact.ewew: that's certainly a valid and practical point ... hopefully they'll take note of your constructive feedback and provide further information on their facebook page :)

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  6. I love Hakka food for its strong flavors :)

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    1. Choi Yen: i'm half-hakka, so technically, this is part of my heritage, heh :D

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  7. I love braised pork trotter in black vinegar! I remember eating that as a small kid! There was an aunty who would often brought us her home - cooked pork trotter cooked exactly in that way! Btw, I just knew that yong tau fu is a hakka dish! LOL

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    1. Fabian: sounds like very nice memories of braised pork trotter! :) heheh, yeah, yong tau foo has hakka origins apparently, though i guess it's widespread enough now that we can just think of it as chinese/malaysian :)

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