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A couple weeks ago we were at Klang meeting up with Zess, and since it was dinner time, we naturally asked him to bring us to yet another bak kut teh restaurants. This Klang native bak kut teh connoisseur thought, why not something slightly different – so we took a bit of a drive and ended up at Klang Coast Seafood Bak Kut Teh (滨海肉骨茶).

Klang Coast Seafood bak kut teh, Bukit Tinggi Klang
Klang Coast Seafood bak kut teh, Bukit Tinggi Klang

Klang Coast bak kut teh is located at Bukit Tinggi, just a stone’s throw from the huge AEON Shopping Centre, which is about half an hour’s drive from Petaling Jaya.

Parking isn’t an issue at this part of town, and if you can’t speak in Hokkien, ordering with Mandarin is perfectly acceptable.

how about bak kut teh with lala & crabs?
how about bak kut teh with lala & crabs?

Seafood bak kut teh is a relatively new comer to the bak kut teh scene, after the invention of claypot bkt and dried bak kut teh. According to Zess, the operator here (a friend of his) used to be an apprentice of the original place that came up with Seafood bak kut teh in Teluk Pulai before opening his own shop.

We ordered our BKT with fatty portion of pork (tua kut aka big bone, and pua pui chiak aka 3 layer pork) with addition of clam and flower crab.

The Bak Kut Teh soup with seafood comes with a much stronger peppery taste. It was explained that this is necessary to counter the raw seafood taste that may be overpowering. This strategy was achieved after countless experimentation with pepper, chili padi, and so forth. In all honesty, I like it, I thought the herbal taste and spiciness was well balanced.

The clay pot bak kut teh was RM 12 per portion, clam cost RM 12, and the flower crab RM 14. In all, the bill for three of us was close to RM 25 per pax, a pretty decent value all things considered. Would not hesitate to revisit.

Now I want to try other seafood BKT places.

fatty pork and seafood goodness, winning combination
fatty pork and seafood goodness, winning combination

Klang Coast Seafood BKT
No. 16, Jalan Remia 5/KS6
Bandar Botanic
41200 Klang, Selangor
GPS2.998301, 101.445234
Tel: 017-218 8911

Discuss : KY eats – Klang Coast Seafood Bak Kut Teh, Bukit Tinggi

  1. Lala and crabs? Sure goes against the name bak kut, meat bones. The purists would certainly disapprove.

  2. KY, crabs and other seafood in with bak kut teh sound and look interesting. I
    got to try some at home to taste it.

  3. CL (RealGunners)

    I still can’t wrap my head around this. Lala and crabs in bak kut teh. WTF!

  4. oooo, i want seafood bkt with cockles 😀

  5. Seafood and bkt. Now I find that hard to imagine. What will they think of next .. vegetarian bkt?

  6. I heard about pure seafood BKT but pork + seafood definitely my first time!

  7. Try teluk pulai one… Much betterrrrr. The only good side of this bkt tinggi shop is they have aircond. Normally ppl hate seafood bkt on the first try but after the third visit, u will love it.

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