Monday, December 27, 2010

Lai Choon Bah Kut Teh, Klang

BKT which stands for bah kut teh, is a well-known food in Klang. Some Klang folks can have bkt for all 3 meals...keng ah...but as for me, I will satisfy my craving for bkt at least once a week, usually on Sunday morning.  If you are living in klang, you are blessed with plenty of good bkt restaurant, but if you are not,ermm, my advice is to travel to klang for its bkt and you will never want to eat bkt from other places anymore, at least for me lar..haha

Lai Choon BKT, is located in Meru, somewhere behind Klang Parade. It is stiuated next to Pin Chou Restaurant. Lai Choon is famous for its dry bah kut teh. The pork intestines here are good, nonetheless, thoroughly cleaned, doesn't have a foul taste but remeber to have it in the dry version, it doesn't taste as good in the normal BKT.


Look at the crowd and the 'umbrellas'.


The entrance to the shop, also where they cooked the bah kut teh. It is hard to find a place to sit during the weekends.

The bah kut teh's best friend.

Yummy fragrant rice for rice tong like me.


You can also add the fried shallots to make it more, ermm, fragrant.


Here it comes, the soupy herbal porky pot, with the right amount of taufu pok, fu pei (dried beancurd), mushrooms and lettuce. The pot  above is for 3 persons portion.


The nice, tender pork. I will usually order '小骨', meaning small bone. You can add the soup if you want, but remember to vacuum dry the soup before adding in new ones, the new one have a strong herbal taste.


The main dish - dry BKT, 2 person's portion,. The meat for the dry version is very tender, the black sauce is a bit spicy and a bit sweet, salty too with the presence of salted fish, but not too salty.



Our 2 pots - soupy and the dry version which comes up to a total of RM 46.50 for 5 pax.

 The price list. If you can see, it is RM 10 for 1 person, RM17 for 1 and a half, RM19 for 2 person, but it depends on the meat that you order. With a full stomach, we can go back and sleep on such a bright day, no wonder I grow so much meat nowadays.

The address:
Restoran Lai Choon
116, Jalan Pekan Baru Off Jalan Meru, Klang

13 comments:

˙·٠•●♥ Stephanie ♥●•٠·˙ said...

Long time didn't eat bak kut teh ad,miss it so much!

alvinontherocks said...

Now that is some authentic, old-school Klang style Bak kut teh! Yummy...

alvinontherocks.com

meichi said...

Stphanie:come come ~ to klang for some nice and hot bah kut teh n__n
Alvin: ^^

Thanks to both of you for visiting

Philip Khor said...

oh that looks good.

meichi said...

philip: thanks n__n

Bean 阿豆 said...

BAK KUT TEH... my favorite...

Your Humble Servant said...

BKT... hmmm it has been a while since I last have one proper one

meichi said...

n__n

thanks for dropping by

Chong said...

Looks delicious leh...will there be very pack if I go there on weekdays morning?hehe

-XheeMun-

meichi said...

xm: weekdays not that crowded lo...but duno ngam ur 'stomach mouth' ox..hahas

bacterium said...

Last time I went to Meru for BKT was like back in 2007. Phew. Traffic in Klang can be quite bad too.

J Lim said...

wah.. look tempting to see the bak kut teh. I can't remember when was my last time to go this shop.

But certainly, it is an authentic dish from klang. nice and tasty. :)

meichi said...

bacterium: te traffic in klang has improved abit la, after te completion of the klang bridge
Jlim: n__n

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