Bak Kut Teh 31
Although Ah Foong Bak Kut Teh has been around for a while, it was only until a friend's recommendation that we finally dropped by for dinner. If I am not mistaken, Ah Foong originated from Bandar Sunway and this is actually their branch in Kepong.
In order to have a decent tasting dry Bak Kut Teh, now we need to make our way to Segambut for Joe Wong instead. Another dish worth trying here is the Stir-Fried Sinew (pork tendon strips). Spicy, full of 'wok hei' and accompanied by an appetizing taste of dried shrimps, it is a simple yet brilliant dish.
Jalan Ipoh is dotted with Bak Kut Teh restaurants and Leng Kee happens to be one of them. They are usually very busy and if you are driving along the said road at night, you won't miss the large crowd of customers enjoying their meals under the colorful umbrellas. In fact, we were drawn to eating here because of that.
Ban Lee is one of the two popular Bak Kut Teh restaurants (the other being Leng Kee) along Jalan Ipoh that are always crowded during meal times. We have always wanted to try it but the plan was always put off due to lack of parking space in the area. One day we decided to […]
There are a few Bak Kut Teh restaurants along Jalan Development in Taman Kepong with Lieong Kee being the most famous one. Lim Kee, which only opens at night could be seen as the second most popular. It’s a no frills Bak Kut Teh restaurant with only a handful of simple dishes to order, but […]
Besides being one of the oldest Bak Kut Teh restaurant in Kepong, Lieong Kee is also one of the earliest to open for breakfast as early as 6am. If you think having Bak Kut Teh for breakfast is too heavy, the morning crowd here will be glad to disagree with you. And for some reason […]