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I have spotted this relatively new Teo Chew Bak Kut Teh (潮州肉骨茶) restaurant for quite some time before finally have a chance to step in and get a taste of what it is all about. As you might aware, Bak Kut Teh is one of my favorite local dishes, as I have devoted a whole sub-category for it.

Restaurants in SS2 come and go, there is a new restaurant almost every month, and similarly, a failed food outlet at the same rate. Luckily, this survival of the fittest cycle has led to the improvement of the quality of food offered in this region.

teo chew bak kut teh at SS2
clean and comfortable eating environment

The menu offers quite a variety of food to choose from. There are of course, bak kut teh, with over a dozen different pork ingredients to choose from (ribs, fatty meat, liver, intestine, etc), loh pork arm (卤猪脚), vegetables, and even Teo Chew porridge and noodle. I ordered the first 3 items for myself and my sister, and two bowls of rice, of course.

teo chew bak kut teh at SS2
meat, meat, chili, vege, perfect!

As with many bak kut teh places, red chili, chili padi, and chopped garlic is available on every table. There’s also normal and dark soya sauce that goes so well with the meat and chili. The restaurant is also very clean and comfortable, a welcoming departure from most bak kut teh operations.

The bak kut teh, while not spectacular, was decent, with the meat cooked to a very soft texture. The soup though, is not as thick than the Klang version. However, the loh pork arm that we ordered was fantastic. Again, the meat and skin cooked to a very soft and easy-to-chew texture and the broth just perfect. It tasted very juicy, and went well with the chili and garlic combination. It makes me salivate just writing about it, even just having had lunch!

The entire meal, including a couple glasses of Chinese tea, was around RM 20. Which is pretty standard for a bak kut teh meal for two.

teo chew bak kut teh at SS2
Teo Chew Bak Kut Teh is at the heart of PJ

Operating hours are 7am to 3pm, and 6 to 10pm. Closed on Mondays except public holidays.

Address:
26, 28 Jalan SS2/66,
47300 PJ, Selangor

GPS: 3.119294, 101.620284
Tel: 03-7875 2025

Discuss : KY eats – Teo Chew Bak Kut Teh (潮州肉骨茶) at PJ SS2

  1. Teo Chew-styled Bak Kut Teh is always “clearer”. Most of Teo Chew-style cooking is more “clear” anyway

  2. I’ve tried the BKT and steamboat with BKT stock there. Quite decent. But i stil prefer the steamboat at Rock Garden near Tin Hau temple.

    Yeah, vOices is right. Teochew style tends to be clear, much like Cantonese. After all, it’s a place in Guangdong :-)

  3. I’ve tried the BKT and steamboat with BKT stock there. Quite decent. But i stil prefer the steamboat at Rock Garden near Tin Hau temple.

    Yeah, vOices is right. Teochew style tends to be clear, much like Cantonese. After all, it’s a place in Guangdong :-)

  4. Oops, so sorry about the double posting. Pls delete it for me. I hit Submit and then lost my internet connection. So i resubmitted again.

  5. Got yau char kwai or not?

  6. heard about your blog… cool site… keep blogging ….will link you.

  7. ooyur, your drawing of BP punya logo damn real, man! must try this diner-lah actually. never been there, walked, drove, cycled past so many times this lifetime but never try before wor.

    thanks for writing about it

  8. is this place still open?

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