HAHAHA… Another bak kut teh round! Two days in a row!!! It’s somewhere near the one we had yesterday. This one is nearer to Kaya & Toast. When you stand in between Chicking and Kaya & Toast, you’ll be able to see it. I’m not very sure of the bak kut teh shop’s name. It sounded like “Sze Hua Bak Kut Teh” and you can notice the Chinese name have the word “Johor” there. I guess… This is from Johor. Went there because Madam Tang’s was closed and so we let Sandra and her husband decide where to eat and he spotted BAK KUT TEH hahaha… That’s how we ended there.
All these cost RM40 for 4 persons including drinks. Much more expensive than the one I had yesterday. The taste is not as good as the one yesterday. The side orders such as the veggies(brinjail-left and siao bai chai-right) weren’t very nice. The “you cha kueh”(picture next to the chilies) is soft. According to Sandra’s husband whose hometown is in China said that it has the taste of home.
We were kinda shocked to see that the brinjail was green in colour! Didn’t expect it. We thought we were given the wrong dish but it’s correct. So funny. What a surprise. I didn’t know that brinjail is green 😛 I thought it’s purple and also I had never had any brinjail cooked this way. Now… Really a certified “suaku”. *LOL* Good thing I’m not the only one HAHAHA!!
Thanks for the treat Sandra 🙂 Nice meeting you.