Last Saturday I followed Deardo's family all the way to Klang just to have Bak Kut Teh for breakfast. Well, I've definitely tried Klang's BKT before but haven't been there for quite some time now. Deardo enjoying his time as a passenger, not the driver this time around!
If you want to makan here, just keep an eye on the blue colour shop!
This time around Deardo's BIL took us to Kedai Minuman & Makanan Teluk Pulai, his choice for BKT in Klang. I don't know the exact address, but you will see it very soon after the Klang toll.
We ordered a pot of BKT with everything in it. A small portion of the dry version with some vegetables. Everybody looks like they had not enough of sleep and will snooze off any time...
Some Yao Tiu.
Sooner or later, I'm going get very sick of Yao Mak...
Our pot of Bak Kut Teh~! Yay~! I'm hungry!!!
Another yummy angle...
The Dry BKT.
I think the BKT is quite nice, but not like fantastic lor. I actually think the one at Yu Kee, SS15 has better BKT soup, like it has heavier herbal smell lor. But the dry version one was pretty good actually, although it's quite spicy because of the cili padi! :p I also think their innards somehow were cooked to a way that I like them (not that I don't like innards lar, I'm actually a fan okay?)! Like they are not 'so innards', if you get what I mean...Everybody busy noming while us busy taking pics!
The bill came up to RM80 plus. But like Deardo said, you really don't need to travel so far to get the best BKT lor. I think there must be many more BKT outside Klang that are better than this one, really!
And by the way, just in case you haven't realize, Snowflakes' Japan Combo has become our latest addiction here. Even Deardo's BIL, Kevin love it. No, the sentence should be... Kevin is crazy over it! I think the reason I love it so much is because the ice used is with soya bean. Not too sweet, just nice~! :D And well I love red bean!!!
Yeap, we had one in Pavilion after the breaky!