Seems like the trend of suing each other is rampant lately. Now… It’s the other way round. The one that is busy suing people now is going to be sued too. Defamation that’s it! None of my business anyway. *LOL*
There is no need to fly all the way to West Malaysia to get Klang Teluk Pulai Bak Kut Teh. You can now just go to Grandma Hand Made Noodle at the new shoplot opposite Petanak Market to get it.
Bak kut teh is a type of herbal soup that mainly served with pork meat/spare parts. It’s quite “heaty” and it’s good for consumption on days like these, rainy days.
The rice is not included in the set. One bowl of rice costs RM1. It’s not normal plain rice but… Umm… I don’t know how to explain 😛 Almost like chicken rice except it’s not that oily as chicken rice. The rice used is quite high quality type, each grain is long and slim and almost transparent. As for the bak kut teh, you can choose 3 types of pork meat and/or spare parts. The soup also comes with mushroom, fried bean curd, bean stick and vegetable. Here are the pricings:
One person: RM6
Two persons: RM11
Three persons: RM16.50
Four persons: 22.00
Five persons: RM27.50
Of course not to forget the dipping sauce. It’s just simply chopped garlics and chillies(the small dish on the left of the rice) with black soy sauce.
Besides that, you can order side dishes to go with your bak kut teh. Here’s oil vegetable, basically just vegetable sauteed with chopped garlics(RM4, -_-” so expensive, very small plate, quite salty), and needle mushroom herbal soup(RM2), the herbal soup used is not the same as the one used for bak kut teh.
This place is recommeded. Though I’m not a bak kut teh fan but I don’t have much to complain except the expensive and salty veggies. The bak kut teh itself is just nice. The bak kut teh set is much cheaper compare to another shop with several branches around Kuching that specialised in bak kut teh.