Teluk Pulai Claypot Bak Kut Teh
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.