30 May 2009

BAH KUT TEH RESTAURANT OFFER FREE WIFI AND ACCEPT VISA MASTERCARD???

IS THIS TRUE???
Usually, a chinese restaurant selling this delicacy only accept cash and don't provide free wifi. Let me unfold the truth......
I could not believe it till I step into Restoran Fong Keow (Pottery) Bah Kut Teh, Klang. I saw an A4 size poster on the wall (next to where I was sitted) mentioning Free wifi and Accept Visa Mastercard (min RM50). A picture tells a thousand words:-))
Actually, we did not plan to eat in this restaurant as we wanted to have BKT in another nearby shop which was closed on that day. The condition of this restaurant which was airy, neat and tidy really caught my eyes to give it a try.

Bah Kut Teh or literally means Pork Rib Tea, originated from Klang. This herbal soup are usually boiled with meaty pork ribs, pork bones and together with herbs and spices for hours. Usually, it is eaten with rice. You'll can easily spot shops/restaurant selling this delicacy everywhere in this small town.



For people who take bah kut teh, a pot of Chinese tea is a must as it is believed the tea will help to dilute the fats consumed from the pork. We opted for a packet of Lam Peng Chrysanthemum Flower Chinese Tea (to help relieve heat and aid digestion la) for RM3.00. While waiting for the food to arrive, we started to make a pot of chinese tea according to our liking…DIY la!




We ordered one claypot of bak kut teh and add in pork ribs/’pai kut’ (RM21) and a plate of Asam Stingray Fish (RM12) cos’ the picture in the menu looks tempting. To complete the meal, we each have a plate of ‘oil’ rice (RM1).....tasted like a plain rice!




I couldn't feel the presence of the herbs in the soup. But luckily, the pig stomach and pork ribs were soft and tender. CAN EAT LA!!!





This is the best dish I've ever tasted. Stingray meat was very fresh. The special home made sauce was also very fragrant which are made up of red chilies, 'bunga kantan' lime leaves and other secret ingredients. Crunchy ladies finger and slices of onions complement this superb dish. THUMBS UP!









Here's the contact details:-
No.49, 51 & 53 Jalan Batai Laut, Kaw 16
Taman Intan, 41300 Klang
H/p: 016-6688606


If you are coming from Kuala Lumpur or Petaling Jaya, go to the Federal Highway and use the Batu Tiga and Taman Rashna toll plazas. After Taman Rashna toll, keep left and follow the signage to Jalan Batu Tiga Lama. Drive along this road and turn right at the traffic light. Go straight along the road and you will pass a small bridge and turn right immediately. You will see a school to your left along this road. Turn right at the junction and you will see the Fong Keow restaurant. The other two restaurants are located just behind it.


2 comments:

  1. ohh I past by this shop too after having bak kut teh at another shop (http://buzzingbee.blogsome.com/2009/07/17/klang-bak-kut-teh/)
    I think 80% of the shops there sells bak kut teh. Haha

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  2. If you do visit this restaurant, remember to order Asam Stringray Fish!

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