I Found Bak Kut Teh 100% Klang (口香巴生正压肉骨茶) in Cheras, KL!

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During one of my night in drizzling rained KL, another friend of my mom brought us to try the/ one of the famous Bak Kut Teh (BKT) at Cheras. Interesting food trip eh!

BKT seems famous now-a-days, even many new stalls are newly operated here and there!


- Bak Kut Teh 100% Klang (口香巴生正压肉骨茶)* NON HALAL * -

Uncle (Mom's friend) said that their BKT was surprisingly sold out within few hours after their daily operation starts. And luckily, we managed to try out the nice Bak Kut Teh within KL (and its raining, so less people eating there) and not by traveling as far as Klang (from Bukit Bintang, KL) to eat the authentic Klang Bak Kut Teh.

I heard awesomeness reviews about BKTs at Klang though, I would really love to try it out some day.


- List of Meats and Bones of every part on a boar and other choices -

Others such as Mushrooms Chicken Feet and Vegetables which normally will be attached together with Bak Kut Teh sellers, even in KK. :D


- Bak Kut Teh 100% Klang (口香巴生正压肉骨茶)'s Stall -


- The Ribs of BKT -


- Various meat we had during our dinner ala local style -

How to know BKT nice or not. :/ The remedies is in the SOUP!! When the bowl of soup is good, every bites we had will be good! About BKT 100% Klang, its quite good actually, especially during a wet night.

In facts, I knew West Malaysian eat BKT during the day too, which a bit odd for us here in KK. haha :D

Location:
No. 2, Jalan Cerdik, Taman Connaugh,
Cheras, 56000 KL.

p/s : Do anyone know about the origin of BKT? I know oo~ :P And only Malaysia have BKT!

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10 comments:

  1. wow,looks so great!is it Halal dear?=)

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  2. OMG! Nonono~ Its not halal!! :P

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  3. NON-HALAL so big you tulis hahaa.

    Oya, you said you know where BKT comes from, right. Well, I dunno. Do tell, hahaa. And Bak Kut Teh actually is not only for pork, right? Izit?

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  4. hehe :D

    BKT was originated from Chinese who came to Malaysia as hard labour back then. And the tulang daging is the cheapest meat that they can buy. While with the mixture of spices it becomes BKT and labour gained energy from BKT they ate. :)

    Yea~ The spices can be mixed with meat like chicken, but taste not as good as pork la. hahaha :D

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  5. Klang bakuteh in connaught! Rather go to kl than klang.

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  6. This is really near my place, should have meet up or something.


    Wilson

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  7. wow..the meat comes in separate bowls. Like Pao Xiang. The soup loooks good

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  8. Quirky : yup!

    Wilson : Go and pay them a visit!

    small kucing : they served in small bowls like our kk Yu Kee.

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  9. Malaysia is the only place BKT can be found? Now only I know this.

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  10. yup! They told me, BKT can't find in China oo~ And now... U know! :D

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