Foong Keow Bakuteh @ Taman Rashna, Klang

friedmeat

肉 骨 茶 bakuteh, or directly translated as pork bone tea, is a deliciously aromatic pork soup stwed with herbs and other ingredients. This dish originated from Klang where it was the staple food labourers working in Port Klang. As of today, Klang still serves the best bak kut teh.


tea

Drinking hot Chinese tea is a must after eating bakuteh. This is to rinse the oiliness from the mouth and intestines. aid digestion. Teas are strictly self service. 


tea

The teacups are really small that we had to continuously refill them.

bakuteh

Ever since DaddyS relocated to Klang years back, we had bak kut teh more often than ever, and it is usually either in Foong Keow or Teluk Pulai in Taman Rashna, since they are near. This bak kut teh is served in claypot.

bakuteh

After tucking the vegetable nicely, the claypot revealed more goodies. Mushrooms, black mushrooms, soy bean sheet and soy bean puffs, bones, meat and more meat. Additional ingredients request can be done, and Foong Keow even serves additional ingredients (gar liu, keh liao, 加 料) such as seafood and abalone, upon requests.

friedmeat

Also available are dishes such as this deep fried pork.

Restoran Fong Keow (Pottery) Bah Kut Teh
53, Jalan Batai Laut,
Taman Intan,
41300 Klang,
Selangor Darul Ehsan

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