I was already tried authentic bah kut teh but here in leong kee (klang) it was dry bah kut teh and the soup with no herb. I most likely it was dry the meat was soft and mixed with spices.
1 - 10 of 18 reviews
Tried the traditional and dry bah kuh teh. And both were delicious. Fragrant, tasty, herbally - the meat falls off the bone. Restaurant is part of a small food centre, surrounded by pretty but ramshackle perabakan houses. This is not a date destination. Its a...More
They served it on very hot claypot (so you can still see the broth is boiling), and it served with tofu skin on it. The tasty is so tasty and the meat is tender. It was so good to had it at night, because your...More
The dry bakuteh was really good, strong taste. Anyway, it was still in plenty of soya sauce, so don't forget to order some rice to go with it. All meat were very tender and boneless. Tried pork trotters too, but the fat smelled strong meat...More
We had both the dry and soup bah kuh teh. Excellent food at a reasonable price. It was saturday lunch timw so not much people were there. It's a little bit far from the mrt station but it's worth the visit. I recommend the dry...More
Not the typical flavour you get from Ipoh. But the dry version was yummy. Spicy and salty. Ambience and service so so. Need to get a fix in Klang again to campare taste. But a decent version for a quick Malaysian Flavor BKT.
Malaysian style bah kut teh is more herby while the Singaporean version uses more white pepper and garlic. This place has a strong claim to authenticity as the proprietor and his wife hail from Malaysia and borrowed the recipe from a relative's outlet in Klang....More