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Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh

 

Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center and the humble Porride Stall adjacent to the restaurant works perfectly well as a duo combo and provides some of the most comforting indulgence especially when they serve till late hours at night. When the sun goes down, the area is instantly filled with the night crowd. With tables and chairs set up by the road side, and stoves firing up with boiling pots of broths, soups, porridges, the place is very soon filled with patrons and it only gets busier as the night goes along.

 

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At the porridge stall, temperature spikes up a little with every bowl of porridge cooked and made to order accordingly to the ingredients in each type of porridge. Available daily are fish porridge, chicken porridge, pork porridge, and side orders like yau char kuey, century egg, or raw fish to top up your porridge; all of which comes in sizes and costs no more than RM 5.

 

2.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center Jalan Ipoh
3.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center Jalan Ipoh

 

Despite being a remedy for when you are sick, this comforting food can be very appetizing. Steamed chicken appeared to be a companion net to yau char kuey when it comes to these silky smooth porridges. A bowl of fresh porridge is flavour up with their fresh ingredients and that additional chicken can help fill you up if the fluffy texture of porridge doesn’t satisfy the hunger.

 

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This comforting stall also sells Barley and Red Bean dessert at RM 1.50 each!

 

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18.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh

 

Moving to those piping claypots, they are served with optional offal choices, as well as mushrooms and porks. The aromatic herbs and savoury pork bones are consistent, and is surprisingly a wonderful pair when eating it with those bowls of steamy soft porridge. But if that is too much liquid in one meal, lets 1ust g6 with their rice. It is a pity only white rice is being served but its all good, especially when we can enjoy it with add on dishes like assorted vegetables, some extra meat and tofu pok, and best of all, and a must when it comes to bah kut teh, those finely chopped garlic!

 

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9.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh

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12.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh

 

Although serving till late night, be there early. This place is pack during dinner and everything sells very quickly.

 

16.Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh

 

Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall are both located at:
495, Jalan Ipoh Sentul,
Kuala Lumpur 51200
Tel: 03 40431850
Business Hours: 6pm- 12 midnight daily
GPS: 3.1796055556,101.6840666667

 

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Yu Kee Bah Kut Teh @ SS 14

 

Restaurant Yu Kee Bah Kut Teh is one of the first few Bah Kut Teh (BKT) shops in the SS 14 Subang Jaya area. Having had the fast food reputation all these while, the serving time is consistently below five minutes.

 

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That is great for speedy lunch if you have to rush. The last I visited them was about three years back and returning to them recently was quite some disappointment. The soup is no longer thick and with herbs and spices just brackish and mildly aromatic.

 

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Their meats are fresh, making it succulently delicious but the staffs were under trained to deliver the best of their dishes. When ordered an additional vegetable, it was mistaken as adding vegetables to the BKT. Thus, instead of BKT and vegetable, I get the BKT with vegetable in it. #unacceptable

 

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The white rice was pleasantly fluffy and I truly appreciate them serving this fragrant rice. I do prefer yam rice, but they were out when I visited.

 

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There is nothing on the beverage list that has no sugar in it unless Tea in pots. To cool off the heat, we went with the Herbal tea.

 

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Restaurant Yu Kee Bah Kut Teh is very well maintained all this while and that is easily observable from the hygiene and cleanliness of the shop.

 

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The Yu Kee Bah Kut Teh is located at:
54A, Jalan SS 14/2, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor.
012-3546864

 

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Steam Fish Head @ Ah wang bah kut teh

 

Located along Jalan Klang Lama right beneath one of the flyover bridges, the Ah Wang Bah Kut Teh is a place with some extended awnings and a lot of tables and chairs to cater for the crowd. This place doesn’t quite have anything too fancy but they serve good food and really fresh steam fish head. The combination of both steam fish and Bah Kut Teh seemed to have been well accepted by the mass. I thought it made a well combined meal along with choices of their vegetables. And speaking of the price, it is nothing too expensive and pricy. In fact the dishes were affordably pleasant and delicious.

Common orders at most table is definitely the steam fish head, as well as a pot of Bah Kut Teh. People are mostly here for the steam fish head so maybe they should have called themselves ‘Ah Wang Steam Fish’ instead of ‘Ah Wang Bah Kut Teh’.

 

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The Bah Kut Teh was good, a little sweet and has a thick herbal aroma but the soup is really tasty to go with the rice. Same like most Bah Kut Teh place, we get to choose what’s in for the Bah Kut Teh. I usually go for mix so there is a variety of everything like pork ribs, meat, belly and the inert.

 

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Pick a type of vege of the day and they can prepare a dish of vegetables for you. Since the other dishes are already heavily flavoured, the vegetable is done simply by boiling it and serving it with oyster sauce and fried garlic and shallots.

 

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Don’t forget they also serve my favourite Yao Tio which went amazingly well with Bah Kut Teh.

 

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This is especially awesome on one of those cold and chilly nights, where the warmth of the claypot bah kut teh and steaming hot fish and rice would easily warm you inside out right from the stomach.

 

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The Steam Fish Head is amazing and huge. It gives you all the pleasure in enjoying the best part of the fish. The collagen and gelatin at the fish head is great and the meat is soft and smoothly juicy. They have many types of steaming methods, and common ones would be the ginger and garlic steam and asam. The later got attacked before I got my photo so perhaps the next time I revisit, I would remember to take a snapshot for the blog. Sometimes it is hard to resist the temptation to wallop the food when it arrived at the table with the beautiful aroma and steam.

 

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Ah Wang Bah Kut Teh is located at:
32, Batu 4/1/2,
Jalan Klang Lama, KL
Tel: 013-2282288 or 016-2341319

 

Prices would range depending on the sizes of the fish, at approximately RM 30 for what I ordered.

 

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Restaurant Chuan Klang Bah Kut Teh @ SS 14

 

After the SS 14 bah kut teh (BKT) review beginning with the Ah Ping BKT restaurant , next is one that claims to be a hundred percent from Klang and is called the Restoran Chuan Bah Kut Teh. The menu is so interesting here they offer so much more than just BKT itself. There is Sharks meat on the menu just in case any potential fear factor candidate would like to order that. I’ll eat it if no one said anything about it but unfortunately there is no way I can bring myself to ordering one of those. Perhaps next time when I am a bit more prepared.

 

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At the Bah Kut Teh restaurant, the main thing is for sure the BKT. I tried the BKT soup as well as the dry BKT. The first was nothing too extraordinary out of most of the BKT soup along the shop lots here in the SS 14. Still, they are already pretty good and rich in lots of herbs and spices. The ingredients are pretty standard like many others ; there is assorted pork, intestine and innards as well as mushrooms and some fu chuk.

 

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The second was the dry BKT and it was deliciously generous with flavours as well as fresh ingredients. Some thick soya sauce and a mixture of well complemented ingredients with blasting fire on claypot to cook this and the outcome is amazingly interesting. I still think that they should have a different name for this instead of calling it the dry BKT. It doesn’t taste any bit BKT.

 

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Some might not like this but most people are alright with this. The chefs here are foreign workers since they have long established their frequent and loyal customers. Feat not as the workers are well trained to make some delicious BKT.

 

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Not to forget the vegetables and this doesn’t come with much flavours or artificial taste. Instead, it is just some oysters sauce and an entire bed of fried shallots right on top of the vegetables. I like my vegetables when eating something so heavily spiced like BKT, so this is a no for me.

 

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Then there is this Ginger Wine Chicken which is rarely served in most BKT shops. Because there is wine in it, the after taste that lingers and roam in your mouth would keep the saliva gland working and telling you to have more of those. As a result of that, the taste actually overpowers the BKT. Thanks to the cooked rice wine in the soup, there is the slight sourish taste that is very appetizing. A bad dish to put on the menu to go with BKT, but a great dish to go with rice on any other meal.

 

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And last but not least, how can BKT not go with some you tio? Theirs here are pretty ordinary and tasty to go with the soup.

 

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The Chuan Klang Bah Kut Teh didn’t quite utilize much space in the shop itself. Instead, tables are laid by the roadside as well as at the shop’s corridor. It is probably better that way since the temperature inside the shop itself is rather high compared to the natural breeze at nightfall outside the shop.

 

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Restoran Chuan Klang Bah Kut Teh is located at :
66, Jalan SS 14/2
Subang Jaya.

 

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Home recipe Steam Fish @ Desa Sri Hartamas

 

Desa Sri Hartams is a place with not much choices of Chinese food. There is one stall which got my attention lately and I had to share it everyone else. This stall is located right next to Denise Wine and they sell really fresh steam fish dishes. Many would order just the fish and rice. There are quite a number of ways in preparing the different choices of fish available. They serve with steaming, which I really love especially when those fishes are always fresh.

 

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Apart from steam fishes, they do vegetable dishes too. Mostly simple stir fried with garlic. Also the availability of those vegetable types also varies on daily basis. The availability of a specific vegetable very much depends on what was fresh.

 

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Also available on the menu is the steam tofu, a simple and yet delicious dish. The tofu was soft and after steaming it, the stir fried garlic in oyster sauce was served in this tofu dish while sprinkled with generous amount of chopped spring onions.

 

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A tip for all, the nearby stall sells delicious Bah Kut Teh in claypot. The Bah Kut Teh here is slightly sweet and the herbal flavour isn’t too strong. For some reason, the Bah Kut Teh goes rather well with steam fish dishes.

 

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For a delicious, simple, good and affordable meal, this is a great place after a long day of work. The dishes were very homemade style and not too sophisticated. The boss makes sure those fishes are moderately sized so the portion and amount is just nice.

 

The Steam Fish stall is located at Desa Sri hartamas (next to Denise Wine along Jalan 27/70A , Desa Sri Hartamas). Locate them on the GPS at :3.163165,101.650043

 

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Ah Ping Bah Kut Teh @ SS 14

 

No kidding but I do believe in trends and demands when it comes to food and restaurants. The Sunway Mentari has bloomed into a steamboat paradise over the past few years while the Subang Jaya SS 14 area is now blooming with Bah kut Teh shops. I so not realized when the trend begun but I am pretty sure some of the shops here have already been running for at least more than a decade or so.

 

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Restaurant Ah Ping Bah Kut Teh is not an exceptional. The shop is located along with the many other Bah kut Teh shops in SS 14 right across the SS 15. These shop lots here were designed in such both the front and back of the shop is accessible. This welcomes customers from both direction and ensures good ventilation in the restaurant.

 

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The Bah kut Teh do not require a huge kitchen so the cooking is done at one corner of the shop. The meats are usually prep and cooked so upon order is up, all they did is to properly cut according to what’s in the order and fire it up on the stove in individual clay pots.

 

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I like how they decorated the pot with a little bit of vegetables, just for the sake of it. But it was nice of them to at least try. Thumbs up for that.

 

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Most Bah kut Teh shops around here serves vegetables with simple flavours, mostly just soy sauce, oyster sauce and a sprinkle of fried shallots and some fried finely chopped garlic.

 

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I order mine mix, so it comes in an assorted mix of meats and inert, mushrooms and fried bean curd skin (fu Chuk).

 

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And I really like eating Bah kut Teh with Yao char Kuey.

 

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Here in Ah Ping, they have the so called Dry Bah Kut Teh as well. For those who is still curious with what a dry bah kut teh is, the dish is basically just simple ingredients similar to such of the bah kut teh, but with thicker dark sauce and cooked with blasting fire till it thickens and dries into this thickly coated pieces of meat.

 

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Ah Ping Bah Kut Teh is located at :
No. 42, Jalan SS14/2,
Subang Jaya,Selangor

Tel : 012-3233938/012-2678390

 

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Restaurant Bah Kut Teh Fook Hin @ Sri Kembangan

 

My usual foodie buddy told me that Foodeverywhere should venture to Equine Park. There is this area where there are many famous restaurants with many reviews online. One of which is those Bah Kut Teh shops. This place with lots of shops that sells almost the same thing according to reviews online. We decided to go with Fook Hin since it seems to be getting quite a bit of reputation, and I honestly have no idea yet of which one is the best.

 

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Upon entering the restaurant, both Juwin and I instantly got hooked and attracted with the amount of clams in the tank. My craving for the Shiong Tong Lala instantaneously prevails and that was the first thing I ordered despite our ultimate agenda which is Bah Kut Teh.

 

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For some reason, the clams lack natural sweetness of fresh seafood, and the entire dish was disappointedly bland. On the other hand, the Bah Kut Teh wasn’t that bad. This saves their reputation from the disappointment at the first dish.

 

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The ingredients were generously luscious for 2 people and the distinct diversity between the usual and the ones here is that it is served with quite generous amount of meats and innards. Also, instead of simple iceberg lettuce leaves, the pot is served sprinkled with coriander.

 

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Then followed by the Salted Mantis Prawn and I didn’t quite fancy it. For some reason, this restaurant has got one major problem keeping their seafood fresh. The clamp was already a disappointment with both the taste and the freshness of those clamps and these prawns seemed to have the same problem with the freshness. The cooking method was okay, I love the crispy deep fried prawn shell with all those flavours of slight spicy and salty. However, the freshness is off. Total boo at that.

 

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This place is simple, and caters quite an amount of dinners too. Really neat and acceptable level of hygiene. I have no idea of what’s with the whole combination of seafood dishes and Bah Kut Teh. But they should probably focus on one.

 

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But then again, it is probably the cultural palate of residents around this area. Reason being, almost all the restaurant s here is this combination.

 

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When looking at these tanks, I can’t help but to wonder if these are those ingredients served on our table. Absolutely off the fresh level.

 

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With the benefit of doubt, I might revisit but chances would be rather slim.

 

Restaurant Bah Kut Teh Fook Hin is located at:
15, Jalan Aman , Sri Kembangan
43300 Selangor
Tel: 03-8941 7611, 019-2117718
(Restaurant closes from 3:30 pm- 5:30 pm)

 

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