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I supposed it is about time I post another bak kut teh entry on this blog, after all, of the some 3-500 bak kut teh restaurants in Klang (and more in other parts of the country), this is only entry number 58 of this awesome dish in this blog. My job is far from done!

For this entry, let’s go to Taman Eng Ann’s Kee Heong bak kut teh.

Kee Heong bak kut teh, Taman Eng Ann
Kee Heong bak kut teh, Taman Eng Ann

Kee Heong bak kut teh is one of the older names. Situated at Taman Eng Ann by the morning wet market, it is usually quite packed in the morning, while stream of customers usually tapers down towards brunch/lunch time.

You can order bak kut teh here in old school individual bowl style, or in claypots. The standard choice of cuts are available hereΒ  – big bone, small bone, ribs, soft bone, kahwan, etc. They also have yao char kuai (disappointing texture, like all Klang bkt places I’ve tried so far), and more importantly, there’s fried shallots if you ask nicely.

tua kut is one of my favorite bak kut teh cuts
tua kut is one of my favorite bak kut teh cuts

The texture of meat and fat here is as good as any, with soup carrying a decent herbal note, tho not nearly as strong as the likes of Mo Sang Kor or Ah Her, but plenty good enough for claypot type fare.

In terms of tasting note, I find Kee Heong pretty close to Weng Heong for me. It certainly has my endorsement for anyone who wants to have a good soupy BKT breakfast in the morning.

map to Kee Heong BKT, Klang

Kee Heong Bak Kut Teh
7, Lorong Kasawari 4a,
Taman Eng Ann,
41150 Klang, Selangor
GPS:Β 3.056947, 101.459812
Tel:Β 012-324 3838

Discuss : KY eats – Kee Heong Bak Kut Teh, Taman Eng Ann, Klang

  1. kekeke rosberg

    wah the lady likes to drink Chinese tea issit???

    • kekeke: who doesn’t like to drink Chinese tea? We’re all Chinese on this blessed day. πŸ˜€

  2. I can imagine gnawing away at that big bone, all that collagen. Slurpsss!!!

  3. gosh! based on your estimate, if someone tries eating at a different bak kut teh place every morning in klang, it will still take more than a year to finish all the places! πŸ™‚

  4. Wah so good, got leng lui companion!

  5. KY, my cousin now enjoyed eating bak kut teh . Here is a dish that is hard to find in states but
    not hard to make at home

    • Vickie: yaaa it’s pretty easy to make at home, all you need is those herbal packets.

  6. Eh when I left u eating BKT. Now back… u still eating bakuteh πŸ˜› πŸ˜›

  7. Oh my, you do have a long way to go don’t you!

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