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Thursday, 30 August 2012

Ah Sang Bak-Kut-Teh at Sungei Way(Non-halal)

Mamarazzi had read many blogs that praise this Ah Sang Bak-Kut-Teh but only recently did we managed to "venture" to that area to find the shop.

 
Went there on a Saturday afternoon. Hmmm....quite lucky as we were the last customers of the day. Nothing much left. No intestine or stomach anymore.

If want, then have to come earlier.



Piping hot bowl of BKT! ...errrr.....why put "Sawi"? Kinda weird for Mamaraazzi as she had grown accoustome to BKT cames with "Yau Mak" vegetable instead of Sawi.

But the soup was really "thick" in taste. We sure like it very much. Love the "thick" herbal taste.

I think Auntie CC will love this.


Also ordered Vinegar Pork Trotter pot, portion for a single person. Mamarazzi was surprised at the big portion that they gave. Really a lot of meat there!

But still she preferred the ones at Ka Ka BKT in Kepong as they add dried Chili whereas Papa was okay with this version.

Here is the address of Ah Sang BKT if you would like to try out :

No.531, Jalan SS9A/12
Seri Setia, Sungei Way
Petaling Jaya

It's right behind an Indian temple

59 comments:

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    1. Chinese says "ability to eat is a luxury"

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  2. that pork i think was nicely done i love it thatway

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    1. Yup....makes me drool again reading this post, MECoy

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  3. if its been praise by others that restaurant is really something

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    1. Many people praise this place. Mamarazzi likes the soup here. But all these depends on individual taste.

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    1. Happy blogging and happy weekend to you too MEcoy

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  5. They do look good... Sawi kah? Looks like lettuce to me... Oooo...vinegar too kha!!! I want!!!!!

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    1. STP

      Not sure whether you will like the soup coz it's very heavy with herbal taste.

      The Vinegar too kha they gave a lot of meat. Was surprised at the big portion

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  6. Did you receive invitation for a kiwifruit cooking demo? I was recommended you to them to attend this event . I still prefer KLANG BKT, hehehe ..

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    1. Sonia

      Thanks for the invites :)

      Any particuticular shop in Klang?

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  7. LOL at the (Non-halal) disclaimer in the title.

    Takpe, comment still bersih & halal ckan? wakaka

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    1. yalah we all love to put "non halal" to warn you first mah, this is respect~~ :)

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    2. no need lah...

      got see babi in post, I won;t get offended one. xD

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    3. LOL...later kena SK ketuk.

      But my blog here many not halal post la

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  8. I have been there before and I love their BKT. I still haven't tried Klang BKT (shame....) and maybe I'll change my mind and be like Sonia :)

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    1. Phong Hong

      Klang have so many BKT restayrant. Dont know which one is good

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  9. The 2nd picture, what is Small Kucing thinking about?

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  10. Oh, love BKT but cannot consume much, my cholesterol level will rockets to the moon!

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    1. I tried Klang BKT once, my colleagues in KL brought me there. Er, I can't remember the place or its taste.

      It's not exactly a shop, more like an atap house being converted to BKT stall >.<

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    2. I actually don't fancy BKT one lah.. you scared high cholesterol then can ask for lean meat one mah.. haha!! I just think it's very heavy thing to eat, somemore got ppl have that for breakfast, I think my stomach not yet ready to digest that lor..

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    3. I love to makan BKT..
      those good ones.. and I can eat 3 big bowls of rice with it...

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    4. Once awhile should be okay la.

      Ya got people eat that for breakfast. I tried before but cant eat much la

      For BKT i go for the intesting and stomach.

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  11. I love BKT to be served in claypot.. because only by this the soup can still be kept warm all the time..

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    1. yes and also got those claypot smell huh..

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    2. Usually bits in Claypot rice? Not many will be in normal bowls.

      Ya Claypot is more aromatic

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  12. usually use those cock porcelain bowl to serve, the soup gets cool very quickly lah.. now even worse us that some restaurants even use plastic bowl already, how not appealing..

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    1. Got ah? So far have not gone to shop with plastic bowls la unless you are talking about invidual stalls in hawker centre or kopitiam

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  13. yalor so funny one they put choy sum?? maybe they don't have nice "yau mak" that day lah.. but doesn't taste any difference right?? :p

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    1. SK

      Could be la or maybe they ran out of Yau Mak coz we were the last custmers. There were one more family who came after us and the taukeh say habis

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  14. vinegar pork trotter pot ah?? yierr I don't like this dish lah.. first I don't like the vinegar smell, secondly I don't like the trotter.. I prefer lean meat lor..

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    1. SK

      LOL....Mamarazzi LOVES this dish. If only they add a bit dried chili then lagi best

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  15. I'm a BKT fan especially Klang BKT. I like their thick soup and taste. But nowadays seldom go to Klang.

    I have also heard about this Ah Sang BKT but yet to explore.

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    1. Jenny

      ooh where? any particular shop that you can recommend to us?

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  16. I like dried bkt on top of the wet ones. Hehe. The dry ones always smell so much better!

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    1. Isaac

      Kepong have many stalls that sells the dried BKT

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  17. i enjoyed BKT too during my last 2 years stay in KL. We have BKT at Ipoh too, but the taste is not as good as in Klang.

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    1. Andrew

      Am sure Ipoh also have good BKT. It;s depend on individual taste la

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  18. I like BKT but I still prefer to boil my own. Btw, I hv retrieved your comments on my recent post from the spam folder.

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    1. Wenn

      Thanks :)

      Mamarazzi like home made BKT too but then she doesnt know how to clean the pig stomach and intestine. So her home made one consist mainly of meat which she dont really like. She love BKT with stomach and intestines

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  19. Nak masak BKT la....yum yum!

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  20. yum

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    1. LOL you can say that again, Cloudia :)

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  21. Looks good! Makes me wanna eat BKT now :)

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  22. I love BKT soup, but then BKT meat will make fat. Meow, you ok, you can afford to eat. I just can't.

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    1. Yan

      once a month should be okay gua.

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  23. suddenly craving for bkt now T_T

    will try the Kepong that you prefered one day :)

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  24. hmmm so far the best BKT that I had is in Meru Klang.. but the pao xing also not bad ..
    very nice . the yau char kwai is good..

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    1. SP

      Pao Xiang have many branches. No need go till Klang lor.

      Ya many will love to have Yau Char KWai with BKT

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  25. oh that looks delicious. I am making soup tonight...hop it looks that good!

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  26. BKT, always one of the comfort food for me & hubby~

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