On the same day that a bunch of us bloggers went for our Desa Parkcity Fun Photography Outing, we adjourned to have some really good dried Bak Kut Teh at Kepong. Recommended by Jackie Loi for it's really tasty and nice dried bak kut teh, we headed to Bak Kut Teh Klang Yip Yong in Aman Puri, Kepong in a convoy of 5 cars.
|Bak Kut Teh Klang Yip Yong|
Bak Kut Teh Klang Yip Yong
Jalan Desa 2/1,
Desa Aman Puri, Kepong
Desa Aman Puri, Kepong
The shop is just like any coffeeshop you will find serving Bak Kut Teh's but what's important is the taste of their dishes. All 9 of us manage to secure the largest table in the restaurant, all eager and hungry as it was already close to 2pm that time.
|Decor and ambience of the shop|
We tried out both the "wet" soupy Bak Kut Teh dish as well as the "dry" spicy one. Nothing to shout about for the Bak Kut Teh soup, but the dry spicy Bak Kut Teh rocked our socks off. Check out below on some photos I managed to snap of our delicious lunch that afternoon.
|#1 Tea for good health?|
|#2 Fragrant "oil" rice which was tasteful on its own.|
|#3 "Eu Char Kuey", forgive me for not knowing its English name equivalent, to be dipped into the soup|
|#4 Our Soup "Wet" Bak Kut Teh , we had 2 large bowls of these, prepared for 5 persons.|
|#5 Our "Dried" Bak Kut Teh, which was both spicy and really tasteful.|
I do have to comment on the Dried Bak Kut Teh that we had. The meat were cooked together with bits of cuttlefish, dried chillis, with lots of black sauce. On its own, it gets rather salty, but coupled with the "oil" rice, the fragrance and taste is just awesome. Even after the meat was gone, we could still dig into the bottom of the bowl for cuttlefish bits and continue munching away!
|4 bowls of Bak Kut Teh, prepared for 10pax (5 soup, 5 dried)|
|Contented faces after a hearty meal. L-R :, Jackie, Jayren, Spectre, Henry Lee, Shii Teck, Eric, Caroline, and Benjamin|
Overall a very filling meal indeed, enough to fill all the big boys that were there that afternoon, and 1 lady. The price came up to about RM16 per person, which I feel was pretty reasonable. I really do recommend trying out the dried Bak Kut Teh here should you happen to drop by Kepong area.
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