Steamed Putian Clam with Minced Garlic
Salted Spicy Putian Clam
Everyone can’t resist a little crunch – especially with their favourite bamboo clams. This Salted Spicy Putian Clam is not in the least bit greasy and is surprisingly light in its flavour. This brings us back to one of the signature flavours at PUTIEN where it is distinctively light and yet the dishes are palatable to our tastebuds at the same time.
Although many of us may shy away from fried food these days – for fear of packing on those calories, this is one dish we will order from the seasonal clam menu every time.
Baked Putian Clam Served on Hot Plate
Being one of the most popular clam dishes served at PUTIEN, its allure lies in the sea salt these succulent clams are laying upon – and of course the clams themselves. The way to enjoy this dish is to lightly dab the meat of the clam on both sides and you will be amazed at how refreshing (and not overly salty) it tastes.
Putian Clam Omelette
This is a pairing that will never go wrong – clams and eggs are a match made in foodie heaven. Easily one of our favourite clam dishes at PUTIEN, Putian Clam Omelette is done just right. As you bite into the tantalising omelette, the slightly sweet taste of the eggs and savoury flavour of clams blend in perfectly well.
Anything stir-fried is a classic. The same goes for clams, especially in Stir-fried Putian Clam with Ginger and Spring Onion. This dish also saves you the effort of de-shelling as you can simply go straight for the chewy clams. We liked how the authentic taste of the clams were not lost in the use of excessive condiments and that it isn’t oily.
Health-conscious foodie would rejoice because all these dishes are certified to be lower in calories by the Health Promotion Board.
Who knew Chinese rice wine goes so well with bamboo clams? We lapped up this mouthwatering dish in no time and finished every drop of the wine because it’s too good not to. Yes, you can drink the wine, no doubt about that.
Boiled Putian Clam Soup with Tofu Meatballs
While these dishes are available from now till 31 August, the season may end earlier if supply runs out. All the more should you try these palatable clam dishes prepared in possibly all ways – from boiling, steaming to baking – now!
Now what’s your reason not to hit up this one Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant with such a stunning menu?
Price for all except Steamed Putian Clam with Wine: $19.80 (for small) and $29.80 (for medium)
Steamed Putian Clam with Wine: $21.80 (for small) and $32.80 (for medium)
127 Kitchener Road,
Tel: +65 6295 6358
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