Monday, February 23, 2009

Simple Dinner @ Loke Thiem (Hakka) Restaurant @ Patani Jaya, SP

Loke Thiem Hakka Restaurant is still remained as our favourite Chinese Restaurant in Sungai Petani. The main reason is because of the air-conditioned facility that they provided. The environment is more comfortable compared to other cheap "Chu Char" stall or coffee shop. Besides, there are plenty of parking lots available outside the shop. And most importantly, they serve yummy food with reasonable price.

This post is supposed to be uploaded few months ago, ahem! Means it has been siting in my draft folder for many moons. :) Same as per last visit, we tied along father in law to dine out at this restaurant.



All the dishes were ordered by me. First, I chose to have their Sweet and Sour Chicken Fillet. Another yummy chicken dish. It's as good as Pineapple Chicken that we tried on last visit. The chicken fillet were deep fried upon stir fried with onion, cucumber, and tomatoes. It's a simple and appetizing dish.


Next, I opted for Braised Tofu with Enoki Mushroom. Baby sweet corn, carrot strips and Holland beans are added as well. We still love their home-made egg tofu. The tofu is deep fried till perfection with fragrant outer layer, but smooth and silky inside. The gravy and enokitake make this dish very tasty.


Lastly, I ordered pea shoot stir fried with garlic 清炒豆苗. The dish turned out to be bland. I felt regret for not ordering sambal stir fried pea shoot. :(

The bill came up as RM28.90 inclusive of drinks. It's a reasonable price for 3 persons.

Address: No. 7, Jalan 20, Taman Patani Jaya, 08000 Sg. Petani, Kedah.
Tel: 04-4236749.

14 comments:

Food For Tots said...

I had never been to SP for makan. What r the signature Hakka dishes in this restaurant?

worldwindows said...

Looks more like Cantonese esp the 1st and the last? The pea sprout should be bland and feel fibrous when fried with garlic. Sometimes I feel like a eating grass:-)

New Kid on the Blog said...

Reasonable price?? It's CHEAP!!!! VERY CHEAP!!! :)

Duckie said...

i've not been to sp for makan for such a long time already!!!!

mimid3vils said...

homemade dishes, look like my mom's cooking :)

Selba said...

The pea shoot stir fried with garlic looks really good.

ck lam said...

The mainland sure has a plenty of nice food outlet...will mark it down.

Dora said...

Sweet and Sour Chicken Fillet looks so appetizing! :)

Allie said...

Agree with worldwindows,
The pea sprout is bland when fried with garlic. That's why I don't really like it :p

Little Inbox said...

Food For Tots, Hakka dish? I don't find it serve traditional Hakka dish, the food is more to home cooked style.

Worldwindows & allie, hmm...stir fry with crispy salted fish or sambal will be better, hahaha...

New kid, need to save money mah, haha...

Duckie, i see. Not much super delicious food, but the price here in SP are definitely cheaper.

Mimi, yea, you're right, they serve home cooked dishes.

Selba, but it does not taste good.

CK Lam, Ok, hope you'll enjoy a makan trip to mainland.

Dora, Yes it is. Yum Yum!

tigerfish said...

I was expecting to see stew pork with preserved vegetables in a hakka restaurant ;p

jason said...

I love homemade egg tofu. It's something that we can't buy outside (Japanese egg tofu doesn't count as they taste different).

daphne said...

wah.. I like the braised tofu dish! (i hv something abt tofu lately..) and the spourts!

And RM$28+ is a great price for dinner I reckon!

Big Boys Oven said...

wow this is really good and yet not so expensive at all!

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