Friday, February 25, 2011

Soon Hock Claypot Bak Kut Teh, Jalan Meru, Klang

It was already 3pm when my business partner and I finished our appointment in Setia Alam. We decided to check out the food stalls in Jalan Meru and found Soon Hock Claypot Bak Kut Teh in a row of shop lot, visible from the Jalan Meru main road. It seems that soon Hock Claypot Bak Kut Teh just moved to this new location and hence the owner hangs up large red banner that you couldn’t miss! This stall shares the same location as a Chinese Restaurant. The owner was preparing to close and we were his last customer. LOL! The friendly and accommodating owner told us not to worry and we can take our time to savour the food. We sat down and quickly ordered one bak kut teh and one hot pepper intestine soup. Nice aroma of the herbs in the Bak Kut Teh permeates the air when it was served. The soup is very tasty, thick and sweet. We asked for pai kuat(ribs) and lean meat. They were very tender and the meat actually soaked up all the nice herbal soup. There are fook chok (fried bean curd sheet) and tau pok in it as well. The hot pepper soup was still boiling when it arrived at our table. You can see all the bubbles in the photo I took. There are kam cham (dry lily flower) flower in the peppery intestine soup which I have not eaten for quite some time. The hot peppery soup sure makes us sweat right after we finished our first bowl. It was a sunny day and drinking this soup made us sweat profusely! LOL! The total bill for 2 person plus rice and 2 glasses of water came up to be RM18.50 (USD 5.60). I am dropping by again to try out the dry Bak Kut Teh!

Map, Address and Contact Number of Soon Hock Claypot Bak Kut Teh

 No. 70, Lebuh Merpati, Jalan Mery, Batu 1, 410050 Klang, Selangor Handphone 016 2886162 (Alex), HP 016 3420701 (Ming Tat)

Opening Hours, 7am to 3pm

Map

12 comments:

Merryn said...

I want oso! I'll so drop by Setia Alam one of these days :D

Alice Law said...

My oh my... the bak kut teh looks nice!

Small Kucing said...

Noted. looks generous portion also. Hope they have vinegar pork trotter too.

Christine said...

I love soup, this one sounds worth a try!

Food For Tots said...

I'm not a big fan for BKT. I only like the soup and tao pok. ;)

suituapui said...

Opening hours till 3pm but you went after 3pm, still open leh? They wait for you kah? LOL!!!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I heard that Klang bak kut teh is very nice...

[SK] said...

Klang is famous for BKT, but i've never been there for BKT before, haha!! this one looks nice leh~~ :)

Yvonne said...

It's been a while since my last BKT. Now drooling over the photos... And the price is quite reasonable too, I must say.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Even I staying in Klang, I have not been to this shop before as Klang have hundred store of BKT shops.

foongpc said...

Looks like it's time for another BKT meal soon! : )

Jeannie said...

Like Sonia, I am from Klang and also have not visited this shop, too many BKT restaurant in Klang!

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