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Several weeks ago when my family was in town, we decided to meet up my cousin & extended family for a bit of a catch up session, and when you stay near Klang, the obvious option is bak kut teh, so that’s how we ended up at Ki Heong bak kut teh.

Ki Heong Bak Kut Teh, Bukit Tinggi Klang
Ki Heong Bak Kut Teh, Bukit Tinggi Klang

Ki Heong (not to be confused by Kee Heong at Taman Eng Ann) is located at Bukit Tinggi, occupying two shop lots with one side fully air conditioned.

This is perhaps one of the best things anyone’s done to bak kut the – having it served in climate controlled environment! I mean, hot soup and hot weather doesn’t work so well together otherwise, right? Perhaps this is why bkt is often preferred as breakfast when it isn’t sweaty hot out.

The bak kut teh here comes in either soup or dry versions with a variety of different cuts to choose from. For those who loves pork fat, “pua pui chiak” (half fat, half lean), “tua kut” (big pone), and “seh kut” (small bones) are some of the cuts you should go for.

Additionally, you can also order innards such as stomach and intestine here. You can have these on a separate bowl in case some may not want them next to their meat, which is a bit of a shame, really!

dry bkt, soup bkt, and innards
dry bkt, soup bkt, and innards

The dry bkt here is certainly competent, rich in flavor and as usual, comes with a bit of dry chili and some okra slices to gives it a bit of character. Soup version is pretty decent here as well, while it isn’t the thickest, there’s still good herbal note, and they are happy to refill the clay pot as much and as often as you like.

As for the meat, I thought they are just slightly firmer than some of the best ones in Klang, though by no means anywhere close to “tough” territory. Overall this is a pretty decent bkt outlet that’s made better by having air conditioned dining area and unlimited soup. Not a bad choice really.

Bak Kut Teh is always best with a big group
Bak Kut Teh is always best with a big group

map to Ki Heong bak kut teh, Bukit Tinggi

Ki Heong Bak Kut Teh
Bukit Tinggi No. 28,
Jalan Bayu Tinggi 2A,
Batu Unjur, Klang
41200 Selangor
GPS: 3.011611, 101.439157

Discuss : KY eats – Ki Heong Bak Kut Teh, Bukit Tinggi Klang

  1. There’s no bak kut teh like Klang bak kut teh, eh? I love innards! Come to think of it, I love everything! LOL!!!

  2. I would easily be confused by the name and hence location.

  3. I can see the soup is thicker version, I prefer lighter and clearer one 😛

    • Choi Yen: for Klang style this is already “light”, haha, I think you like the Teow Chew version more, which isn’t Klang.

  4. ahhh, that’s one cool explanation about why bkt is breakfast fare. now explain why dim sum also is breakfast pls 😀 p.s. i’m loving your wide-angle over-the-table shots cos it looks like you’re taking them while floating near the ceiling! 🙂

  5. so which is your top3 recommended bkt in klang?

    • taufulou: for me it’ll be mor sang kor for bowl type thick bkt, yun heng kopitiam for lala bkt, and swee xiang for hong ba (technically not exactly bkt)

  6. kekeke rosberg


  7. Ah, BKT with air-cond…I like more! 😉 Oh, the lighter version is a Teo Chew version? I’ve always thought the lighter version is KL version (which I prefer too).

    • eatwhateatwhere: Well they don’t have the teow chew version in Klang so I guess it’s easy to confuse that as “KL version”.

  8. Ki Heong just has their 10 years anniversary celebration. We went there and enjoyed a 30% discount for the food that we ordered. Just as yummy as always.

  9. “they are happy to refill the clay pot as much and as often as you like” this is enough to make me want to dine here coz when I BKT, I drink the broth more than anything. If I eat, it will be mostly the innards. Slurp!

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