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Essence that brings out the herbs, not too oily and light, making it every sip of the broth and bite enjoyable 😌 •

Don’t miss out their specialities too that complements the Bak Kut Teh meal, making it a wholesome complete meal #highlyRAEted •

Taking out Bak Kut Teh somehow just feels different than having it hot at the store itself though ☹️ •

Bak Kut Teh cuts per bowl average RM15.80 • Steamed Tau Fu RM9.80 • Yao Mak RM10.80 • Hua Tiao Chicken RM14.80 • Stew Pork RM17.80 •

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Located in Jinjang Selatan, this pocket-friendly bak kut teh store comes with high praise from the community – Burppler Brian Leow declares it's the best in Klang Valley. Go with his recommendation and order the Pork Knuckle (from RM25) that comes sitting in a flavourful herbal soup. Another must-have is the multi-layered Pork Intestines (from RM20), which Burppler Trisha Toh describes as "bouncy, odourless and easy to chew on." Pro tip: This restaurant splits their dining service into two sessions (4-8pm and 9.30pm-3am), so plan your meal accordingly!
Photo by Burppler Brian Leow

Bak Kut Teh (which translates to "meat bone tea"), is a pork rib soup boiled with herbs (like star anise, cinnamon, cloves, fennel) and garlic for hours. Any KL-ite will tell you that the best version can be found in Klang, a 40-minute drive out of the city. If you don't have the time, swing by this spot in Petaling Jaya instead for a brunch or lunch trip. Have the Signature Bak Kut Teh (from RM30, two pax) that's loaded with pork belly and ribs in a light broth packed with herbal notes. To complete the meal, order the Onion Rice (from RM1) and the homemade Fried Bean Curd (from RM8) simmering in herbal soup. Fun fact: While its name implies that tea is used in the dish, it is in fact a nod to the Chinese tea that is customarily served with the meal to help digestion.
Photo by Burppler LL Eats

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I don’t share when it’s come to Bak Kut Teh so I’ll have my own share and my preferred cuts, thanks you please 🙊 give their Hua Tiao Chicken and Steamed Tau Fu a chance too #highlyRAEted •

Price depending on cuts and I’d choose the onion rice over the white rice anytime 🤤 •

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For our bak kut teh fix without the need to travel to Klang, we like Meat in Claypot in Bandar Utama.

We like that the soup is thick and rich with herbal taste. The meat is also tender and tasty - having absorbed all the "herbal-ly" goodness for hours. Our choice cuts are yin kuat (soft ribs) and sam chan (pork belly).

The onion rice is also fragrant and they are pretty generous with the soup.

See full review on @thokohmakan on Instagram.

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Never had seafood BKT before so the first time out was pretty good. Dinner for 2 cost 80ish plus one vegetable, 2 drinks and rice. You can choose what goes into the soup; ours were prawns, fish, fish ball and mushrooms.