Monday, June 22, 2009

Bak Kut Teh Klang Teluk Pulai

 
was in KL last March ... the only place so far i always wanted to
go for breakfast was .... Klang Bak Kut Teh ...
so my wish was granted ... my gf's lil sis bring us there ...
i'm so anticipated we'll you can see the picture above
  
 finally ... 33 years of waiting ... i'm here ... Klang Teluk Pulai
the so call birth of Bak Kut Teh ... a chinese herbs cooked with
pork's ribs and intestine ...
  
 since i'm here ... i took all the angle of the shop hahahahahaha
t'was a long que there laaa ... so i go look here look there ...
  
 even the famous Hong Kong celebrity was here ... no doubt must 
be good ....
  
 portable boiling water ever-ready for self refilling
... aren't cooking above gas tank dangerous ???
  
 yah .. all self service ... i choose jasmine ...
  
 our entree ... 8/10
  
 these ... near tasteless ... 3/10
  
 much awaited Klang famous Bak Kut Teh ....
  
 9/10 ... maybe the herbs is too strong for me ...
or maybe last nite i drank too much hahahahahahah
but i love the meat because it's much tender .. just that the
herbs taste abit too thick ... the rest is OK ...
we'll ... different people has different taste bud ...
i still reckon the Bak Kut Teh @ Taman Molek best match
my taste bud ...
3°3'22"N   101°28'27"E

or  
Teluk Pulai Claypot Bak Kut Teh
32, Jalan Batai Laut 5, Kaw. 16
Taman Intan, 41300 Klang
Selangor.
Tel: +603-33445196, +6012-2389806, +6012-6571236 (Mr. Ng)

6 comments:

Benedict said...
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Benedict said...

thought it is BKT @ Pulai and have a closer looks then realised it is all the way to Klang?! Any theory why the Pulai name Klang? :D

FYI yum cha up with Jason last saturday... we should go for yum seng during one weekend. Btw now enjoy my heineken beers at Rp 6500 (less than SGD 1) per can of 320ml now @ Paris Van Java :D

Phil's Blog said...

yo Ben, no idea on how the Teluk Pulai name came around ha ha ha ...

i have no idea which BKT is the origin of all Bak Kut Teh in Malaysia, but just that the local Klang people point at this shop for the best of the best in the world ...

so since i can only dine once this visit ... i will definitely go with the locals hahahahahahaha

for the yum char session ... no problem at all just leave me a msg 3-4 days earlier and i shall get back to you ... sorry yah .. been bz always hahahahaha planning to get my 3rd house and 3rd car ..
so life is abit bz looking for more $$$$$$ hahahahahaha

Phil's Blog said...

btw, enjoy your Heineken !!! sure bloooody cheap bro ... drinkup 24 cans on my behalf while ur there man ....

Paris Van Java must be ...
BANDUNG hahahahhaahhahaha

just fyi,
you know ... now tis the season for Hoegaarden ha ha ha ha ..

i have 10 pint free 1 pint or 10 pint free 1 pint glass to bring home... special offer ...

good deal hehehehehehehe .....

klang boy said...

dudes,

Teluk Pulai is a place near Klang town, about 3km away. This place you visited is a branch of the original shop (which is of course in Teluk Pulai housing area).

I don't disagree with your reviews of the BKT there.

However, you've been had! The best BKT in Klang is found in Pandamaran area about 8km away from Klang town. These gems are usually shielded away from visitors (haha) and are meant for local consumption only.

BKT in JB are very much tweaked to suit the southern ppl's tastebuds which means less herbs, pepper (teochew style). BKT found in Klang is Hokkien style.

You should just treat these 2 types of BKT as separate dishes. :)

cheers

Phil's Blog said...

gooday klang boy,

thanks for the pointer that Teluk Pulai is near Klang town

and thanks for revealing the real LOCATION ha ha ha ... any particular name of the shop ? i'll be in KL maybe coming November ...

correct, JB BKT is a very much tweaked BKT but like i say ... it solely depends on each person taste bud ... both are still BKT .. just that diff flavoring and origins ..