It is said that the origins of Ba Kut Teh is from Klang. So Aikee brought me to try the authentic and very famous Klang Ba Kut Teh. The 3 popular store in the area of Taman Intan, Klang (near the bridge) are Fong Keow Restaurant, Weng Heong Restaurant and Teluk Pulai Restaurant. This trip, we went for Restaurant Teluk Pulai.
The Ba Kut Teh was really delicious! In general, I much prefer the more unhealthy Malaysian Ba Kut Teh with the darker herbal tasting soup base compared to the Singapore’s Teochew peppery version. And the best drink to go with Ba Kut Teh is Chinese tea to wash down all the oil from the meat.
To complete the meal, other must order dishes include lettuce with oyster sauce, white rice and yu tiao (fried dough fritters) which taste best when it’s allowed to soak in the soup before consuming!