Friday, March 20, 2009


Saturday lunch date with my buddies, we went to Restoran Yoke Yat for our Bak Kut Teh's fix. This restaurant is located just next door to the famous "Soo Kee" Fried River Prawns and Beef noodles shop in the Medan Imbi area. As the restaurant cooking area fronted the shop, we opt to eat in the air conditioned room to avoid all the grime and smoke. Judging by the number of Tour buses parked by the road side, I think most of their customers are either regulars or tourist, The orders were swiftly taken and within ten minutes all the dishes were served on the table. The price was a tad bit expensive and finding a parking space was quite a challenge, worth the while! The only complain is that the "Fei Kut" was 3 layered instead of 7 layered!

The front of the shop.

Claypot Bak Kut Teh-we ordered "Fei Kut" (thick fat layered ribs) but came filled with more artery clogging fats than lean meat-soup was robust, clear and herbal favored and the chopped Coriander leaves lends a distinct flavor to the soup -Rm14/pax x 4=Rm56/

Stir fried Choy Sam- portion was big, leafy and looks hastily cooked -came in a lump-rm10/

Chinese Crullers was crusty and fresh -Tau Pok was soft and spongy-good accompaniment to the soup-RM4/.

Total bill:Rm83/.
Location:23 B-25 B, Jln Medan Imbi,
off Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur.


Bangsar-bAbE said...

It's been ages since I've visited this place. And looks like it has gone up in price. @_@

foodbin said...

it depends on the choice of cuts

worldwindows said...

'Fei Kuat' a first for me. I will check out other eateries if they have this:)

foodbin said...

fei kut-Grandpa's in Paramount Garden, P. Jaya

wmw said...

I love everything about BKT except the chunky meat :o)