Gao Ren Guan 高人馆 @ Puchong Jaya

Rather than searching high and low for the perfect lunch after a movie, Chris ignited the idea of driving down to Puchong instead rather than jailing our choices with fast foods. Gao Ren Guan 高人馆 popped into his mind quickly after he remembered reading good reviews on it from the papers.

I was thinking that it’s a restaurant manned by some tall boss behind. How shameful, Gao Ren Guan is actually a restaurant that serves dishes/ cuisines from Gauzhou, one of the province of southwest China at Guangdong.


Upon entering, you would be greeted by a stretch of food wall, picturing their delicious looking specialties on the wall like a huge menu.


And some of them would be……
Braised Pork Belly with Yam (RM15 – 4 pairs)
A strong aroma from the gravy that infused well into the pork and yam. Yam has been our fave of all, and do remember to order this with rice. Or else, it would be a lil too salty to your liking.


Bean Curd with Minced Meat fillings (RM15 – 6pcs)
Something similar to the ones we had at Hoi Tin, this serving was different in a way that, it’s minced meat and vege was loosely packed. However, it goes well with the broth.
Fried Rice with char siew, yam & dried shrimp – RM8.90
Recommended for sure, it was nicely fried with all the right ingredients mentioned above!
Gao Ren Guan 高人馆
07-01 & 09-01,
Jalan kenari 18B,
Bandar Puchong Jaya,
47100 Puchong.


P/S: Brought up 2 SharE made it to the Star METRO yesterday! Pictures credits to Chris of course 🙂 We hope to bring more good findings from Serdang & Kajang yo!
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14 Replies to “Gao Ren Guan 高人馆 @ Puchong Jaya”

  1. 孤傲的王子 says: Reply


  2. Braised Pork Belly with Yam is my all time favourite. gotta nag mum to make this for us liaoz

  3. i always tot tat gao ren guan is a person's name

  4. first of all, i would like to say, congratulations! haha.. how i wish one day my blog could also can make it to The Star.. Gao Ren Guan seems to be a fine place to dine in.. nice interior and food 🙂

  5. the food pictures on the wall sure looks different among so many restaurant~

  6. thule a.k.a leo says: Reply

    There are many restaurants in Puchong that I want to go but the idea of driving 30min there always put me off… not to mention longer time if there was jam!!
    Reading your post made me miss my life in Puchong in the past!!

  7. i like their bitter gourd~~

  8. Congrats! Hehe.

    Those pictures on the wall are really huge.

  9. din came across this restaurant in puchong…the food looks yummy .

  10. I like the bean curd damn yummy. Yeah, I saw the Star Metro. Poor Chris didn't get mentioned lol.

  11. I'm a Gao Zhou Ren but even my dad also didn't know how to speak Gao Zhou language O.O but I'm those dishes always appear at my dining table 😛

  12. I can go dine in here dy coz I'm tall 😛 Kidding la….foods looks good 🙂

  13. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    craving for it? can drop by 🙂

    can ask aunty to leave some for us too?;P

    we tot so too initially.haha

    thank you!
    we like their huge picture on the wall. very captivating. Food was nice too.

    very attractive rite? 🙂

    30mins ain't far at all Leo! now that i reminded you, time for a revisit to Puchong! hehe 🙂

  14. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    Chris wanted to try that too. but too full to fit in anymore ;P

    thanks yea!

    lots to explore around this area ^^

    yea! hmm… how could they forget about him… sigh

    you're a gao zhou ren! good! wanna try gao zhou dishes from u mimi! ;P

    haha.. i still can though i'm short ;P
    food was decent. We din get to try more of their specialties tho ;P

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