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Monday, 12 August 2013

Da De Bak Kut Teh, Subang Jaya

Early last month, again we drove aimlessly looking for food. Argh.. sometimes eating the same thing over and over again very "sien"(boring). Really dunno what to eat.

Arrived SS14 Subang Jaya. Among the whole row of Bak-kut-teh shop at Jalan SS 14/2, Mamarazzi noticed a "new" Bak-kut-teh shop. Okay la...let's try out this shop la.


The environment was good. Service very fast. Probably coz we were the only ones there. Saw a few lovely Feng Shui decoration there. Hmmm...I think Anay would love it very much

I told Papa not to touch this coz it's "electric water".


 Mamarazzi ordered their Vinegar Pig Trotter.  Portion for one person. Oh wow! portion was quite big leh. And they did it they way that Mamarazzi liked. They put dried chili to cook. Not too spicy. Just a hint of spiciness.


 Mixed Bak-kut-teh for two persons. MMm...the soup was good too. Strong herbal taste.


 This blanched lettuce, Auntie CC sure like coz they put a lot of fried onions on top.

For me, I love to have the rice with the BKT soup.

Would definitely pay this shop another visit.!

Please don't knock my botak head okay...I didn't get their address. All I know is that it's along Jalan SS 14/2, Subang Jaya, Selangor. The block which is nearest to the BHP and Petron petrol station. 

Mamarazzi checked the receipt....that one lagi no use coz the address stated was 12-13 J-Avenue, Jalan J-Avenue, 43200 Cheras, Selangor. * Super pengsan....*. There is a phone number on the receipt....019-2745937.....not sure if it works or not ...

59 comments:

  1. Hi There, I'm back after a big birthday week. Trying to catch up a little on my blogging.

    Looks like a great place to eat. I did laugh at the name Vinegar Pig Trotter... Funny name!!!!

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. Happy Birthday once again Betsy :)

      LOL..that is what we callit here...can't say Pig's foot coz sound so yucky....hence the "glamourise" name

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  2. I love BKT once in a while. Lettuce is surely nice with lots of fried onions!

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    1. Ohhh you also like with lot of fried onions ah

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  3. Eating the same thing over and over again... Adoi! KL so big plus all the surrounding areas, and you have that same problem that I face here! Impossible lah!

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  4. The Vinegar Pig Trotter sounds interesting and looks good too. I would sure like to give it a try.

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  5. I have been to the row of shops and tried some of them. I find that after eating the bkt and other stuffs, I feel so thirsty. So no more to those shops. I eat quite the same types of dishes. But looks like you had a lovely meal.

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    1. so far it has been okay for us. Yupp...glad to discover this "new" shop

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  6. I enjoy good BKT too. Yesterday, hubby & I were watching program on dry BKT cooked by a 20-yr-old kid who started cooking at the age of 14!! Unbelievable!

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    1. Oooh...i think i saw the same show too. Yeh he is very good at cooking. Amazing to see how fast he can prepared the BKT

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  7. very true lah, sure get bored when you are having almost the same thing repeatedly.. and one thing for sure, it's always a tough job even to decide what to eat and to hunt for a place to eat.. :D

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    1. Yea wor....always ...eat rice or noodle....if noodle what ...if rice...malay chinese or indian...sei emm sei?

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  8. hahaha!! if you were the only ones there and the service wasn't fast and good, then can forget about the place already lah.. hmmm, nice food and yet not many people there?? maybe they are still new huh??

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    1. Service was fast lor...and they very polite too...

      new shop maybe not famous enough yet to compete with the few BKT shops....that row full of BKT shop leh...got Yutt Kee got Chuan Kee got some more duno what name leh...

      Hahaha....maybe after blogging about it and people see this post they will go and try out...ish perasan pulak aku macam la femes sangat....

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  9. oh.. vinegar pig trotter, this is something i will skip.. i also love my rice with the BKT soup, i think this is the authentic way of having BKT right?? last time the people not so rich, so they won't have too many meat and other things in the soup, so in order to feel more stuffed up, they just pour in the soup into the rice.. hehehehe, i say one lah, dunno true or not~~ :D

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    1. Me too like rice with soup....but Mamarazzi likes the Chu Kiok choh....nice wor...not easy to clean the chu kiok leh....

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  10. the BKT soup looked very very thick!! must be very flavorful.. but i actually only like ribs and the toufu pok in BKT, haha.. the lettuce also i like because of the generous amount of fried shallots on them, haha~~ :D

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    1. Yes...can taste the herbs. As you know can actually order the pai kuat only. no need the rest also can.

      adoi...you also love fried onions ah?

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  11. huh?? J-Avenue?? errr, they just moved there from Cheras or they have their first outlet there?? probably haven't updated their cash register system yet lah.. hehehe!!

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  12. Oh I heard Anay's name! LOL... Why everyone has been associating Anay with Feng Shui, Ghosts and Thailand? It has become a trademark. Wakakakakaka

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    1. hahahaha you are the Feng Shui Master mah...must consult you leh

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  13. I love to eat BKT anytime! I just limit maximum once a week at the most otherwise my arteries would be clogged up.

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    1. Once a week ah....wah u so lucky leh...we sometimes not even once a month

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  14. Mamarazzi was very smart to tell Kaldip not to touch those spinning waters. It is not the electric but more of bad chi that would bring. I remember that there was a powerful small fountain at the junction of Jalan Sultan Ismail/Jalan TAR. Many youngsters would pose to snap photos and played at that fountain which I knew was being placed there for feng shui purposes. I felt very giddy every time I passed that fountain as the bad chi was spinning inwards and outwards. I was sure those fellas who played the water and washed their feet went home with sickness & bad luck.

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    1. Not mamarazzi tell la...I tell LOL....

      really ah? Those ting for absorb the bad chi? then what happen after absorb? dispose mana?

      I thought its to say money come geh

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  15. Seems like a pretty good place to have BKT but sj is out of the way... good enough there's a good bkt place near where i stay but it's not cheap tho

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    1. Yea...nowadays BKT is around RM10 or RM11 per person

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  16. Good morning Mamarazzi and J!
    Still on school holidays right?

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  17. The name is so unique, da de, hehe~

    I miss vinegar pig trotters!

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  18. Their other branch?

    I love vinegar pork trotters with a hint of spiciness! Yummy.

    Cute small kucing with his botak head. Too cute to knock his head lah

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    1. Not sure about other branch wor....yea with a bit of dried chili very nice hor

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  19. well the foods speaks for themselves it seems
    that each was great and yummy

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    1. It also depends on customers. If you like these types of food you will say it is great.

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  20. Bak-kut-teh seems the most interesting for me,
    but that last dish was smething to consider as well

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  21. as for the fengshui item I never seen one here
    i mean something like that

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    1. Something like decoration for good luck

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  22. have a great day and happy blogging samll kucing
    take the best of care and god bless you

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  23. Many fried onions ?! No~ *faints*

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  24. The pig trotters with chilli sure tastes good. Wah simply choose also can find a good place to eat..haha..

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  25. I can never go aimlessly looking for food. Scared get too hungry! LOL

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    1. We always kena.cant think of what to eat

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  26. Small Kucing's head looks so shiny! Is the pig trotters dish more sour or is it more sweet than sour? I like those that are more sour than sweet. Good that Mamarazzi picked the right restaurant to eat in that serves the food that she likes.

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    1. For mamarazzi this is more sour n spicy ..nit really sweet

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  27. Yummy~ BKT... which one is better? The Klang or Subang?

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    1. Each have its pro n cons but mamarazzi fell in loce with the chu kiok choh

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  28. Is true that always hard to find what to eat outside, so as a lazy person like me, I always go to the same place, hahaha!!! =]

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    1. We lazy too but somwtimes bored with the same thing

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  29. The first one does look way too spicy. I do like spicy though.

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    1. It looked spicy but to mamarazzi it was ok

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