As we’ve now officially moved to Shah Alam but yet to manage to subscribe to fiber internet line, updates will be still a bit on the slow side, but fear not, here’s another Klang bak kut teh place for you to contemplate – the 155 Bak Kut Teh restaurant at Pandamaran.
Restoran 155 bak kut teh, Klang
Some of you may have come across the 158 Hong Ba post on this site a few months ago, and yes, this house-turned-restaurant bak kut teh place resides along the same road just a stone’s throw away, apparently owned by owners with similar creativity level when it comes to naming their business.
claypot bak kut teh & pork trotter with vinegar
155 Bak Kut Teh actually serves more than just bak kut teh. In addition to the usual soupy version of my favorite pork dish of all time, there’s also the dry version, pork trotter vinegar, and “oily” vegetable. The bak kut teh comes in either clay pot or the traditional China bowl.
Since there was just two of us, we opted for a claypot BKT with soup, and a portion of pork trotter vinegar (RM 11 each). We also tried their yau char kuai as starter.
I always love it when there’s unlimited fried shallots
We chose “kah wan” (fatty meat near pork legs) and was more than satisfied with the quality of the BKT soup with is quite plentiful and still rather flavorful. The meat is tender as any, and for those who favor balanced diet, there’s a few pieces of greens in it.
The pork trotter vinegar though, was superb. It was soft, tender, and absolutely “kao”. The viscosity of the vinegar is quite high with the aroma that’s equally as imposing. I love it.
If you want some balanced BKT with some good pork trotter vinegar, this is a place to check out. Spare the yau char kuai though.
155 Bak Kut Teh Restaurant
155, Jalan Chan Ah Choo,
42000 Pelabuhan Klang,
GPS: 3.010609, 101.419939
Tel: 019-649 2000, 016-354 8982
14 thoughts on “KY eats – 155 Bak Kut Teh, Pandamaran, Klang”
I cringed when I read the first paragraph. It just sounded so wrong. :
fear not, here’s another Klang bak kut teh place for you to contemplate.
PandanKia: it’s wrong that I have no Unifi? I HAVE NO UNIFIIIIIIIIII
KY, pork trotter with vinegar was it sweet and sour taste? Cantonese like it sweet and sour with some ginger in it. That the way mom make it for family.
Vickie: yah it’s a little sweet with the additional sour taste from vinegar, it’s awesome.
Wah looks so awesome. Had BKT tonight, but want that fatty piece of pork trotter.
Baby Sumo: savourrrrr
Wah long time I haven’t come here.. thanks for jogging my memory! 😀
Ciki: my pleasure 😀
You really like your BKT huh, visit Klang so frequent for the fix ^__^
Choi Yen: personal mission is to try as many as I can.
I’m loving the unlimited freshly fried shallots! 😉
ewew: yes, it’s one of the highlights as always 😀
Black vinegar pork leg!!! My favourite! 😀
suituapui: I wanna learn how to make it too!