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I’m always on the lookout for new bak kut teh places, and since we now stay a stone’s throw away from Klang, this isn’t an issue at all when there are some 400-500 BKT stalls/restaurants in the area.

Teong Bak Kut Teh, Klang
Teong Bak Kut Teh, Klang

My latest exploit was this old bak kut teh restaurant by the name of Teong Bak Kut Teh situated at Jalan Miri right across the more popular Nan Feng bkt restaurant, which is also one of our regular go-tos.

Trying this old school bak kut teh at Jalan Miri, the small road opposite Nan Feng bkt. Really soft meat with melt in your mouth fatty part. One of those old neighborhood favorites that’s not found on insta map. The road is short tho you can’t miss it. Came here since I recalled @z35s saying good things about it. #kyeats #breakfast #bakkutteh #klang #pork #nonhalal

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Teong is one of those restaurants that is so old when the sign board is first hung on top of the shop, internet didn’t exist, and you still have to physically dial the phone instead of  pressing buttons. If a shop is this old, chances are there’re good reasons they’re still around.

pua pui chiak - my favorite cut
pua pui chiak – my favorite cut

After hearing a friend mentioned about his friend who may have said some good things about Teong BKT, I decided to pay a visit. The restaurant is set up like most other BKT places, with plastic chairs & tables, a “kitchen” by the front, and kettles with boiling water for your tea making convenience.

what's a better way to start the day?
what’s a better way to start the day?

I ordered a portion of pua pui chiak (half fat half lean) for brunch. The bak kut teh came in a small china bowl with the meat almost as tender as the version at Teck Seong, and a soup base that’s not overly thick but still carries a good herbal note, with a hint of sweetness in a good way. As for condiments, you have fried shallots, chili padi, and soya sauce – plenty good enough in my book.

Teong BKT is now in my “will return for more” list of BKT places in Klang.

 map to Teong Bak Kut Teh

Address:
Kedai Makanan dan Minuman Teong
Jalan Miri, 41400, Klang, Selangor
GPS: 3.0521, 101.448601
Hours: breakfast and brunch

Discuss : KY eats – Teong Bak Kut Teh, Klang

  1. KY, wonder if Bak Kut Teh is Chui Chow or Hokkianese ? I am part Tawainese and Cantonese, grandfather from Chengdu and grandmother from Xian was part Chinese Muslim. So many culture in me now in my child. Love making Bak Kut Teh and my guy love it too.

    • Vickie: I think the history is a bit of a mixed, Klang is dominated by Hokkien so over here there’s definitely more Hokkien style BKT.

  2. kekeke rosberg

    world wide net did not exist, have to goto shop and buy those spesial magazines to enjoy, kek #foodporn #oink4ever #bkt

  3. Pui pui ciak! Count me in! 😀

  4. Fried shallots fan will glee with joy seeing that “self-service” jar of fried shallots, hehe 😛

  5. Yes, yes, I’m one of those fans jumping for joy when I see an unlimited amount of fried shallots for the taking! ;D Wow, 400-500 BKT, that many huh? 😉

  6. I still find this post inspiring.Thanks for this well written article.

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