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Looking to expand my bak kut teh experience just a bit more, I took little Chaly on a bit of an excursion and came upon this familiar little corner extension by the name of Ah Soh Bak Kut Teh by Jalan Batu Tiga Lama the other day.

Update 2021: this place no longer serves BKT, probably Ah Sou retired?

Long Version in Chinese - 东南京瓦煲肉骨茶与芋头饭
Long Version in Chinese – 东南京瓦煲肉骨茶与芋头饭

Then it dawned on me that this was actually one of the first bak kut teh places I had over a decade ago, on one of the last trips my late dad made to Klang Valley. We were wondering around Klang looking for this famed dish during the CNY holiday season and this happened to be one that was in operation. Brought back the memories, sadly there’s no pictures taken that day.

Ah Soh bak kut teh is operated by none other than Ah Soh herself (I assumed), offering clay pot style of this classic dish with a unique offering that’s not common in Klang – yam rice is on the menu if it suits your fancy.

single serving claypot bak kut teh
single serving claypot bak kut teh

The bak kut teh itself is right about middle of the pack, the meat and fat bits could be a little more tender, soup has a strong herbal note, with their intestine done really well. Additionally, the yau char kuih is one of the better ones around as well.

unfortunately they ran out of yam rice that day
you can have it with white rice too if yam rice isn’t your thing

If you are one of those who loves more soup, Ah Soh is more than happy to comply to those request as well. If you love yam rice, this is one of the few BKT places to visit, even though this option is quite common in Penang if I remember correctly.

map to Ah Soh Bak Kut Teh, jalan batu tiga lama

Ah So Bak Kut Teh
145, Jalan Batu Tiga Lama
Pusat Bandar Berkeley
41300 Klang, Selangor
GPS3.053743, 101.466913
Hours: Breakfast and early lunch

Discuss : KY eats – Ah Sou Bak Kut Teh, Jalan Batu Tiga Lama, Klang

  1. kekeke rosberg

    Ah Soh serving pig butt BKT LOL #arrsollbkt

  2. KY, this bak kut teh seem dryer than regular type. I like all kind . Serve with rice is something great meal with.

  3. I’ve never tried yam rice – don’t think we have that here. Perhaps I never tried asking at the bkt shops. Haven’t had it for a while now.

  4. The shop name you checked in in Instagram was not Ah Sou wor 😛

    • Choi Yen: yaa the Chinese name is more gempak!

      • kekeke rosberg

        LOL LOL LOL is a family website. All names are translated into family friendly names LOL LOL LOL #ahsohchaicanmakedamnfinebkt

  5. KY, the bible of BKT!

  6. ooo … yam rice … i’d want that option too, since i remember it fondly from my time studying in penang 😀

  7. I’d like to try that yam rice.

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