One of the best things about living in the Klang Valley is the ability to eat out at almost any hours, and although Mamak food is most accessible at odd hours, we are not limited to it. In fact, one of the better Bak Kut Teh places, Ka Ka (家家肉骨茶) in Kepong operates from dinner time to the wee hours of 2-3am.
note: Kaka has now moved to a an end lot of the row of shop right opposite Carrefour
we were busy eating
I’ve actually eaten at this place several years ago with Terence and found it very nice, I didn’t remember the name of the stall until I read this comment from one of my Bak Kut Teh posts. We went there again after one of our late night badminton sessions a while back.
Kim obviously enjoys it a lot
For the 5 of us, we ordered a pot of bak kut teh (肉骨茶), a pot of vinegar pork leg (猪脚醋), oily vegetable (油菜), and some yau char kuai (油炸鬼) to go with white rice. Hundred plus were ordered instead of tea since we just had our exercise and desperately needed to rehydrate.
It didn’t take very long before our food came, and the taste as just as I remembered, strong and flavorful. The soup is thick with herbal smell, and the pork cooked until tender, the vinegar pork leg full of fatty pork leg and carries a strong dried chili taste with it as well. Very nice if you are the sort who knows how to enjoy this traditional dish. It didn’t take long for us to fill our stomach that night.
the bak kut teh stall is just opposite Carrefour Kepong
Ka Ka bak kut teh is situated opposite Carrefour hypermarket at Kepong, look no further if you are hungry for Bak Kut Teh well into the clubbing hours. I am sure this place won’t disappoint you. Price wise, this place is pretty reasonable, in line with the average of RM 10 or so to satisfy one hungry soul.
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