Authentic Klang BKT @ Weng Fung (Klang) Bak Kut Teh (永蘴巴生肉骨茶), 88 Marketplace, K.K.

 *Non-Halal*

Once in a while, a bowl of hot Bak Kut Teh will be great during rainy day.

Visited Weng Fung few months ago after being introduced by an uncle of mine and back for another because of their soup!


- Weng Fung (Klang) Bak Kut Teh -

Originated from West Malaysia and it's been one of the favourite BKT for us to visit lately. And such a coincidence that my mom actually knew the owner, a long lost friend. :)


- Weng Fung (Klang) Bak Kut Teh -

View from behind of that restaurant.


- Rice for the Day -

Yam Rice! The yam well blended with the rice is the recommended one and it is not necessary served daily! So... be sure to check out when will there be Yam Rice available! :D Non the less, they do have garlic rice as well!


- Fish BKT -

The soup taste good, however we don't really favour much on this Fish BKT, yet the original BKT we favour most.


- Mixed Pork Bak Kut Teh -

The highlight of the night! We always heard about how good it is "Klang BKT" and yes, we do have it here... finally! 

I love the taste by the restaurant, however if you have tried the one at West Malaysia (which I did, but not under the same name), different restaurant prepares differently and of course, taste different too! Some may said the one I'm writing about today wasn't as good (as savoury) as the one in KL. I'm not sure about that, but I like the one I tried. Quite delicious with the broth they prepared. haha :D


- Dry BKT -

Something different to try and it was my first having that. Besides pork meat, it contains dried cuttlefish, winged bean and dried chili in dark soy sauce

I like the sweet savoury taste with hints of spiciness of this dish, however I still love the soup more!

That's all for today! Happy Saturday! It's my Happy Day! :)

Location :
Next to Sandakan Kopitiam



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12 comments:

  1. Oh now you make me feel like going for BKT!!

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  2. well, never try this bah kut teh before although i am from klang~

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    1. Haha :D I think you should try then. :)

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  3. ohmy u make me craving for BKT now. i wan different type of bah kut one. >.<

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    1. ahaha :D Come Kota Kinabalu, we have a few options!

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  4. Klang bah-kut-teh seems different than what we used to in Sabah. For one, I never seen dried bah-kut-teh or Fish bah-kut-teh before.

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  5. Mmmm.. I would love the original recipe instead of fish too

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