I have friends who could eat it for breakfast and dinner.
Sunday lunch is always an adventure for us-discovering new places through words of mouth or from the blogging communities.
Restoran Siong Huat Bak Kut Teh (Klang Tasusia) is a mini steel structured warehouse built under a big tree-spacious with many ceiling fans to keep their customers cool and comfortable-a private covered car park and an open kitchen.
Besides Bak Kut Teh, there are crullers, tau pok, blanched vegetables and fresh seafood like fishes and clams to go with it.
Prices are still reasonable and affordable as most of the restaurant's patrons are locals.
p/s-the food get cold easily (no food warmer for steamed dishes)
|Appetizer-Chinese crullers with BKT soup for dip-Rm2/|
|Clay pot dry BKT-pig's trotter-beautifully cooked to perfection-not charred nor dried-with a teasing dried chillies taste and lingering herbal flavor-Rm18/|
|Steamed red snapper - a fresh and chunky piece of the fish's tail-with blended ginger and a bit of XO oyster sauce- 5 stars-Rm34/|
|Steamed Clams (Kepah) with julienned young ginger and chopped red and green Bird's eye chillies-fresh, meaty and briny-a bit too much on the chillies otherwise it's perfect-Rm20/|
|Pig's Intestine (average-double stuffing ones would be better) and Pig's stomach (thick) in a herbal BKT soup-kept warm with a candle wax flame-Rm9/|
|Blanched crunchy Beansprout with a sprinkling of deep fried salted fish flakes-Rm8/|
Location: along Jalan Tengku Badar (beside 99 Mart)