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Bak Kut Teh Lunch In Kuala Lumpur

Best Bak Kut Teh here?   Well, I am not really a Big fan of BKT but the other dishes are something to shout about... I think this is my second time here and we celebrated our family reunion lunch at this place....
Someone is walking towards the shop....

Here is the shop for the BKT...
At the entrance... it was before 12pm so the crowd was not there yet..
Young adults...
Crispy Fried Fish...
Stewed Fish...
Claypot stewed pork..
Bak Kut Teh... Pork Ribs...
Must eat with cilipadi.. only got ooommph!!
Last and not least, some blanched vegetables...
Happy Holidays, folks!
Short post... will be back to normal next Monday..
Now abnormal blogging...
hahahaa.... 

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  1. Same same, i got eat BKT but not a big fan of it, hehe...

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  2. To your health!

    ALOHA to YOU
    from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
    =^..^= <3

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  3. wah, where is this place, i've not been there.. and yeah, i am also not a fans of BKT.. but the other dishes did look very nice woh.. hahaha, actually i am only attracted to the first dish, the soy sauce fish with lots of fried ginger on top.. :p

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    1. Yes, go for other dishes... not necessary BKT...

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  4. I'm not a fan of BKT as well...but I sure wouldn't mind that claypot too kha...eat with sambal belacan, best lah!!! Yum! Yum!

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    1. Yes, yes... how come they dont serve belacan sambal... hmmm... good idea too!

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    2. stp,nxt time u fly over, remind me to bring u there... dun tell claire... dia sudah manyak jual mahal sekarang... can go so far for bkt, but cannot come visit us... even if we go see her oso tak laku...

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  5. BKT....very long time I didn't have it jor.... Yours the soup is very clear not oily at all.

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    1. Yes, not oily and also not so strong herbal smell..

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  6. BKT..makes me so hungry now. Other dishes also looks hou hou mei!

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    1. Tell HB to take you there.. I also dont know where actually.. hahaha..

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  7. The BKT soup looks good, not oily at all!

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    1. Are they supposed to be oily? No, this one is quite clear... so can drink more...

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  8. coz that's not the real deal :(
    +Ant+

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  9. What a feast. I am a fan of BKT. Drooling liaw,

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    1. For me, I like to take this once a blue moon.. hahaha..

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  10. nice family gathering in KL for christmas. Enjoy yourself..

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  11. I love to eat Bak Kut Teh but not often. Need to watch my cholesterol and calories. Nowadays I love those dry ones that cooked till black and fragrant. Walau eh! Shiok nia!

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    1. I also scared to eat often.... aged already... hahaha...

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  12. I am not a fan of bkt too so I have not been to this shop but their fish dishes look tasty.

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