It was a daughter with mum date yesterday. The mum was on leave yesterday, so she decided to have Bah Kut Teh in the morning. As usual, we went to our favourite Bah Kut Teh Restaurant at Klang which was just beside my primary school (SJK (C) Taman Rashna) around 11-ish. So sad that i never went back to my primary school since i graduated, miss the school and the teachers so much, feel so sorry for them, perhaps i should pay a visit this year then. So many things changed and the building was way huge compare to last time and of course the school field is getting smaller and smaller because of the increasing in the number of students, they need to build more classrooms for the student, so yea. So back to Bah Kut Teh:
Usually this place is so crowded especially on weekends. Normally you will encounter people with an annoyed look on their face, giving you a signal to eat faster so that they can get a place, like they were chasing you away. Luckily it was not crowded yesterday.
So we ordered a claypot bak kut teh with mixed ingredients (pork, fatty pork, knuckles, innerds) plus enoki (string mushroom), and a plate of boiled vegetable (油菜). If your wallet is up for it, you can also add sea cucumber (海參) in the bak kut teh. As usual, yau char kwai (Chinese Crullers – 油炸鬼) and oily rice is served with the order.
Yau Zhar Guai <3
小白菜 (xiao bai cai)
the most important thing that you wouldn't wanna miss when eating Bah Kut Teh---Chinese Tea
Didn't manage to finish it, but the soup, fuh! super nice *slurp slurp*
The soup was of typical klang style, rich in flavor and slightly thicker in viscosity compared to most you find from other areas. True to klang’s signature dish, the meat comes in huge chunks, and lots of them.
Total expenses: RM 38
The restaurant is located at the famous Klang “Maybank area” just right after the Federal Highway Klang toll plaza. Pretty easy to find.
Restaurant Teluk Pulai (Clay Pot) Bah Kut Teh32, Jalan Batai Laut 5,
Kawasan 16, Taman Intan,
Opening Hours: 7am-3pm