Teluk Pu­lai Clay­pot Bak Kut Teh

Time Out Kuala Lumpur - - Food trippin’ -

Bak kut teh is a break­fast af­fair for many Klan­gites; come morn­ing, you’ll see some peo­ple drench­ing their rice in the fra­grant herbal broth, more fol­low­ing each spoon­ful with nib­bles of meat, and plenty oth­ers spic­ing up their bak kut teh with chopped cili padi and crushed gar­lic in soy. While Seng Huat (more fa­mously known as the ‘ bak kut teh un­der the Klang bridge’) is a media dar­ling for good rea­son, Teluk Pu­lai Clay­pot Bak Kut Teh in Ta­man In­tan gives them a run for their money (the first shop is in Teluk Pu­lai but the Teluk In­tan out­let is the more fa­mous of the two). The pots here con­tain light and flavour­ful pork bone broth, and a sat­is­fy­ing con­coc­tion of ten­der meat in huge chunks and fatty por­tions, along with bones, ten­dons, spices, let­tuce and tofu puffs. Also, Lee Chong Wei has paid a visit, so you know it’s le­git. 32 Jalan Batai Laut 5, Ta­man In­tan, Klang (012 383 2121). Daily, 7am-2pm.


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