Thursday, February 26, 2009

Perak Road Bak Kut Teh

When I read Penang Tua Pui blogged about Perak Road’s Bak Kut Teh, I know I’ve not been visiting this place for sometime. This is the norm place for both of us to have our dinner.

The other day, after our grocessory shopping, I told hubby let’s go back there again, without 2nd thought we drove all the way from Queensbay to this place. The place still looks the same to us, and it’s the same boss, but different workers.

We ordered a pot for 2, with pork belly, ribs, mushrooms, baby corn, meat balls, etc.

A plate of Yiu Char Kui to accomplish that, especially dip it in the hot soup. That’s the food heaven that’s what people call it!

Of course not to miss the chili padi and garlics isn't it??? Best to have dark soya sauce on it. Typing this, could really make me drool already..... [LOL]

And a plate of green, seriously the vegetables aren’t impressive at all. The oyster sauce gravy is too thick and it’s tasteless. Best is to have soya sauce on top of the vege and some fried garlics.
Both of us op for the ‘Yiu’ (direct translate as Oil) Rice. Most of their customers will op for this, I guess this is one of the best then?

Just feel so good after so long didn’t have this Bak Kut Teh… Especially on a rainy day!

18 comments:

SimpleGirl said...

I love the Yam Rice serves in most BKT shop in Penang...miss it!

Jason said...

Agree. BKT and steamboat always a good choice during rainy days :)

Selba said...

The hot pot looks delicious...

Steven Goh said...

Perak road 1 very nice. Infact Ah keat 1 just opposite Chung Ling school also very nice. I used to visit these 2 places

erinalaw said...

It's always nice to have BKT during this raining season. That's remind me, I have to go and get the herbs and make some BKT. I get to choose what I want to put - more or less....... I don't like the veg they serve one. Like you say, thick oyster sauce and it make it so gili. Some soya sauce with garlic is good enough. Or maybe some pork floss.

New Kid on the Blog said...

Hi Simple Girl, but then this doesn't really look like Yam Rice, I don't see Yam in it.

Hi Jason, oh yes, no doubt about it.

Hi Selba, yes indeed!!

Hi Steven, opposite Chung Ling High School in Ayer Itam??

Hi Erina, I've never try to make my own BKT. Think I should try once.

Food Promotions said...

Been craving for bak kut teh.Its nice to have it on raining days

Allie said...

A bowl of steaming hot bah kut teh on a rainy day is just heavenly... I went to Ah Keat (mentioned by Steven) few days ago during rainy days also. Yet to try this out.. will try out soon.

worldwindows said...

Yummy. Its rainy days here and it is good time to catch my favourite Teluk Pulai BKT. Really warms one up.

Anonymous said...

I think most visitors to this blog will appreciate it if you would kindly identify the shop / stall and also a brief description of the location / address. It would be a great help to those hungry souls who do not want to waste time huntng for the stall / shop. Helps outstation visitors too.
Thanks.

Food Paradise said...

aiyo.... come to think of it, I think I never try this bak kut teh b4. Should try it out one day. lol

Food For Tots said...

I am not a fan of BKT. Luv the yam rice. ;)

Steven Goh said...

Ya the one at air itam opposite chung ling high school.

Duckie said...

of all bak kut teh, i think this place has the best 'yiu' rice!!!!

erinalaw said...

Most important is the herbs

cathy said...

so delicious looking!

foodbin said...

meatballs in Bak Kut Teh-must try

Mable Lee said...

Looks delicious. I also like the teluk pulai one.

Anyway, if you're in KL and looking for bak kut teh, read this.

Here's a list of the 15 Top Bak Kut Teh places in KL.

These places are some of the most popular Bak Kut Teh places in Klang Valley.