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Angeline Sunday, October 18, 2009 , , , , , ,

Ha! Bak Kut Teh for dinner tonight. Yeah, I know this restaurant not the famous one that located at the same row, just a few shop away. I like this restaurant, cause they serve it in the claypot, steaming hot, fuh! And they also have vegetables on their menu, I ordered 2 Large vegetable w/oyster sauce. The famous Bak Kut Teh Restaurant is really so crowded today, lots of people still waiting for table, saw it when I drove pass. Well, my dinner tonight, I ordered Bak Kut Teh Original Flavor (with pork ribs, intestine, stomach, pork ball and pork belly), Claypot Pork Liver and Spleen cooked in chinese wine, choy sum w/oyster sauce, lettuce w/oyster sauce, tofu pok, yau tiow and rice. Total damage: RM39.80 for 2 person dining

All the dishes I order

Claypot Pork Liver and Spleen cooked in Chinese Wine

Vegetables w/oyster sauce

Claypot Bak Kut Teh Original (Choose from 3 Flavour: Original, Tong Kwai and B.Pepper)

Tofu Pok and Yau Chr Kwai

Boiling the ingredients, making my dinner dishes

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Food: 4/5
Services: 4/5
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anderson said...

i cn only taste pepper in this restaurant's bak kut teh.. its like having a black pepper soup.. nt bak kut teh at all.. tats y nt heading back for a very long time.. hence, the ingredients are nt as fresh as yu kee la..

bearbeary said...

I am an ardent customer of this eatery. I love the pepper one particularly :) Nice post.

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