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Whenever food and Klang are mentioned in the same sentence, the topic of bak kut teh is often inevitable, however, Klang offers more than just bak kut teh. Lets look at four different places you should check out if you’re at Klang, just in case you’ve just had your bak kut teh the day before.

Fatty Mee Hoon Kuih at Taman Berkeley
Fatty Mee Hoon Kuih at Taman Berkeley

Fatty Mee Hoon Kuih at Taman Berkeley is the most famous pan mee restaurant in all of Klang, the version here is slightly different from those served at other part of Klang Valley, instead of chilli paste you get chilli padi and soya sauce, and lettuce is used as vegetable of choice.

Expect long wait time as each bowl is cooked individually. Starting at RM 3.50 per bowl, this place offers great value too.

Fatty Mee Hoon Kuih | Address: 19 Lebuh Bangau, Taman Berkeley, Klang | Tel: 017-336 6183 | Opening hours: 10am to 10pm daily. | GPS: 3.060055, 101.463443

Peng Heong Hakka Paikut, love their sour & spicy vegetable
Peng Heong Hakka Paikut, love their sour & spicy vegetable

If pork ribs fancy you, Peng Heong Hakka Paikut will surely deliver. The corner shop not far from the central bus station at Klang offers one of the most delicious and succulent fried pork ribs you can find anywhere.

delicious pork ribs, asam fish, pork stomach soup, sour and spicy vegetable
delicious pork ribs, asam fish, pork stomach soup, sour and spicy vegetable

Their menu is quite extensive as well, I especially love their sour and spicy vegetable soup that hits all the right spots. Asam fish and pork stomach soup are two other dishes worth checking out as well. However, their bak kut teh is subpar, so don’t waste your time or stomach space for that.

Peng Heong Hakka Paikut Restaurant | AddressNo 2, Lorong Gudang Nanas, Off Jalan Pasar, 41400 Klang | Tel: 019-260 0855 | GPS3.048, 101.4448 | Operating Hours: brunch till late lunch

you don't have to go to Melaka for delicious pohpiah
you don’t have to go to Melaka for delicious pohpiah

Melaka is famous for many hawker delights, with one of my favorite being the pohpiah at Jonker Street, mainly due to it’s pork lard infused ingredients. So you can imagine I was more than happy to find out that you can find very similar pohpiah right at Eng Ann Hawker Centre, Klang, which neighbours Taman Berkeley.

the pohpiah is infused with pork lard and lap cheong too
the pohpiah is infused with pork lard and lap cheong too

There are two pohpiah stalls here, and both are comparable in taste. The ingredients include pork lard and lap cheong, which really gives this otherwise simple snack an extra kick. If you like the Melaka version, this one won’t disappoint.

Tan Kee Pohpiah or Eng Ann Pohpiah | Address: Eng Ann Hakwer Centre, Jalan Pekan Baru & Jalan Kawasari 8, Klang | GPS: 3.058001,101.460022 | Hours: lunch till tea time, daily

made-to-order black sesame glutinous ball with ginger soup
made-to-order black sesame glutinous ball with ginger soup

For after dinner dessert, head to Taman Berkeley again for some freshly made black sesame glutinous ball in ginger soup. This classic Chinese dessert Kedai Kopi Tech Le is pretty much made to order here with a choice of black sesame or as the ingredient. This stuff will clear up your sinus immediately. I love it.

Tong Kee at Kedai Kopi Tec Le | Address: Kedai Kopi Tec Le, Lebuh Bangau, Taman Berkeley, Klang | Opening hours: supper, closed on Monday and Thursday | GPS:3.060006, 101.464115

Discuss : KY eats – Four Delicious Meals in Klang that aren’t Bak Kut Teh

  1. Popiah looks good!

  2. KY,the tong yuan look good. I make mine with sweet rice and egg drop for the soup. I some time make peanut butter and chocolate for fillings.

  3. Being a true orang Klang, I couldnt agree more on the 4 eating spots recommended..they are gud!!

  4. Nice guide! Thanks for sharing with us your favorite spots :D

  5. Gah, there’s no good poh piah in Sydney zzzzz :cry:

  6. Chin Yee

    Damn I miss those tong yuen.

  7. U should try tang yuan at Ping Chou restaurant in Klang.. It’s a coffee shop behind Klang parade.. Definitely better!!

  8. Hi…just some suggestion…of another place which…indirectly cover by your list…

    Restaurant Long Kei chee cheong fun at Eng Ann too.

  9. All this makan is a must for newcomer :mrgreen:

  10. immature

    DB Alert, DB Alert :shock:

  11. Hey! Just came from a blog where they had a meal in Klang too…and it’s not bak kut teh either. Never been there – nobody ever took me there… Sobsssss!!!!!

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