Friday, October 23, 2009

Commercialised Bak Kut Teh - Bukit Tinggi, Klang

Fancy some Goat Kut Teh, Fish Head Kut Teh, Seafood Kut Teh etc. No, this time I did not bet on these dark horses but stick to safe bets. The Pork Kut Teh!!! One NORMAL bowl of BKT and one Dry BKT with dry squids.

Anyone that is willing to invest in nice premises (2 air-con shoplots and 1 non-AC for smokers) with good-looking interiors must be confident of their cooking and food - that's my 2-cent worth. However, the local Klangites (my lunch partner) called this type of food as "Commercialised BKT" and definitely would have preferred the traditional setting if they can get their hands on one - conveniently located that is!

The food did not disappoint us though. Just that the crowd was average when we arrived before noon and was there for 45mins. I wish them well and hope for more AC outlets. Arrr.. for the creature of comfort such as I. Who wants to sweat it out in the noonday heat and compounds the problem with cups after cups of hot Jasmine tea!

Check their website for the extensive BKT menu. Those who is staying near the Kesas Highway will have a straight and wide berth. I will most certainly go for their Goat Kut Teh the next time around! Price is reasonable.

Good porcelain wares and stainless steel water trough for the wash to go down.
Your choice on how much fried onions on the plate of fragrant rice. See the topping on my plate!The interior, appointed for comfort.Soft and tender morsels of pork ribs and belly meat! We have a few bowls of the herbal soup. I bet we can have more but for the sake of decency and civility we stopped at the 4th.
This was a winner as the cook decided to take matters in his hand and got the pungent dry squid blended and added into the claypot. Tasted and smelt good.Map extracted from their website.
They have a branch at 28, Jln USJ Sentral 3, USJ Central, Persiaran Subang 1. (Opp. Giant USJ)
Tel: 0380234360

9 comments:

Tummythoz said...

Goat kut teh!? Won't that overheat the body? Sekali nose bleed how?
=P

SimpleGirl said...

mayb the klang commercialized one is better than other places....just because it's the BKT town

hApPy HaPpY said...

maybe they should have HALAL bak kut teh.....

fatboybakes said...

hahah, i like the way "commercialized" automatically gave a negative connotations. looks pretty good, commercialised or not.

Duckie said...

they really have Goat Kut Teh, Fish Head Kut Teh, Seafood Kut Teh??? i'd still stick to my BKT ler ...

Little Inbox said...

Fish head kut teh? Sounds weird to me.

MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE said...

Goat Kut Teh, Fish Head Kut Teh, Seafood Kut Teh ??

New to me :-)

Only know BKT &the dry version :-)

ling239 said...

fish head bkt stype ? o.O
can or not.... -_________-

worldwindows said...

TT... I think I can stand the heat. So far so good.

SG... It is good and I enjoyed the dry version with their blended dry squids paste.

HH... BKT association with pork is too strong to be viable.

FBB... What I ate was good. Did not try the adventurous versions.

Duckie... Many old old school traditional people here!

LI.. That was my first impression.

MRC... New to me too!

Ling239... Will let you know if I eat it:-)