PUTIEN’s Traditional Madam Leng Homemade Mooncakes
Think fresh, less sugar and, no preservatives. This is the clean food you wanna eat this mid-autumn festival.
PUTIEN's offering of premium handmade mooncakes are the perfect traditional mooncakes for you.
127 Kitchener Rd
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|Contact: +65 6336 2184|
PUTIEN restaurant began as a coffee shop in Singapore’s Kitchener Road in 2000 and has since grown into a popular chain with 25 outlets in Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Shanghai, and Taiwan. PUTIEN serves cuisine from the Fujian Province in China: characteristically light, down-to-earth, and flavourful food with an emphasis on fresh ingredients.
Over these years PUTIEN has received numerous dining and business awards:
- Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2016 BIB GOURMAND RESTAURANT Award (Causeway Bay Outlet)
- Influential Brands Top Brand in Chinese Restaurant Category in 2015
- 5S Excellence Award by RAS
- Epicurean Star Award 2012
- 2010 Overall Champion of The Restaurant Association Singapore’s Tasty Chef Award
- Singapore Prestige Brand Award in 2009
The mooncakes were named in honour of PUTIEN's longest serving employee, Madam Leng Ah Eng (fondly known as Lian Jie 莲姐), who was also the creator of these delectable treats. They were originally made as a special treat for Madam Leng’s colleagues and regular patrons only. For the third year now, Madam Leng handmade mooncakes are back for this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival. The mooncakes will be produced in limited quantities at all PUTIEN outlets from now until 15 September 2016.
It was a special Friday afternoon where all media gathered at PUTIEN and learn how to make yummy PUTIEN Madam Leng...
Posted by PUTIEN RESTAURANT on Friday, September 2, 2016
On this day the medias are lucky and get to try how to make a traditional mooncake with the guidance of Lian Jie. I even get a chance to video the whole process down for reference purpose.
Customers who wish to pre-order can contact their preferred PUTIEN outlets in Singapore to do so. All enquiries can be made over the phone to the outlets but orders will only be validated upon payment.
These are the mooncake varieties available for purchase:
Yam: $48 (Box of 4)
Yam w/ Single Yolk: $13.50 (Per piece)
Yam w/ Single Yolk: $54 (Box of 4)
Yam: $12 (Per piece)
Purple Sweet Potato: $13 (Per piece)
Purple Sweet Potato: $52 (Box of 4)
Purple Sweet Potato w/ Single Yolk: $14.50 (Per piece)
Purple Sweet Potato w/ Single Yolk: $58 (Box of 4)
Assorted Mix: $53 (Box of 4 - One of each flavour)
After having 16 years experience of making mooncake for friends and family I am glad that Lian Jie mooncake is widely available across PUTIEN outlets in Singapore now. She has not been doing mooncake for some time already, this is also her first time doing a demonstration to the public. I am really happy to find that there is someone in this era who willing to pass down their skills to the younger generation and also to see a company crediting their employee for their creation.
At PUTIEN's they serve natural, fresh and healthy food. Customers not only can get to enjoy their mooncake here, they can also have their lunch/dinner at the same time. So my friend was asking for suggestion on good mooncake in a restaurant but not too high-class, hence, I recommended him to go to PUTIEN's where they won multiple awards and serve healthy dishes at reasonable price.
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