Best Wonton Meeh in Klang, Malaysia located at Bukit Tinggi 2 shops. Excellent food and a great personality to talk to and even have a beer with. Ask for Jamie the JAZ girl.
Favorite Dish: Curry Meeh, with Kway Teow noodles.... Best Ever!!!!
Chinese Style Seafood By The Sea. Nice Environment, Sea Breeze And Cheap! What More Can I Say!. Hahaha...
If you're on your way to Star Cruise jetty or on your way to KL from the port, then head over to this place to have some seafood cos it's different than the ones in the city.
Favorite Dish: Everything In The Menu. Not Forgetting Sugar Cane, Chinese Tea & Tiger Beer.
Commonly known as the '' bak kut teh under the bridge '' or next to the police station '' . this 60-year-old outlet is one of two shops embroiled in the debate over who is the bak kut teh pioneer. business is brisk . it served in bowls and only meats and innards are available .
You can find many, many Bak Kut Teh (BKT) shops all over Klang Town as Klang is the home of the famous BKT. The shops open as early as 6am and many Klangites can eat BKT anytime of the day : early morning, late afternoon and even at midnight! BKT shops are easy to recognise as, near to the each table, there is always a stand for a kettle of hot water. This pot of water is for you to brew your Chinese tea that goes with BKT - a must!
This restaurant is ever crowded - you practically have to stand and wait and wait for your seats. They have been running the business for ages, passing down the secret of the delicious BKT recipe from generation to generation. Before you even step into the shop, you can smell the aroma of the strong herbs of the BKT that salivates your mouth! There are a lot of workers (in yellow Tshirts) - each with his/her own duties : taking your orders, setting up the cutleries, bringing in the bowls and bowls of BKT & side orders, adding in more soup for your BKT. The "whole process" is pretty organised.
Favorite Dish: Bak Kut Teh ("Pork Rib Teh") or the acronyms BKT is the specialty in Klang Town. It is pork boiled in a concoction of a variety of Chinese herbs (supposedly to be healthy and nutritious herbs). Soya sauce and other spices are also added to bring out the colour of the BKT which is brown. You can order BKT according the parts of the pork you like eg, pork ribs, pork belly, pork trotters, lean or fat meat, spare parts of the piggy like the intestine, stomach...yeap.. they are delicious...., and even pork ligaments (pricey, you know..).
BKT comes either in individual bowls or if you wish to have all the varieties at one go - you can order the "Claypot BKT" which comes in a hot pot filled with BKT varieties together with mushrooms, fish balls, fish paste, fu chook and vegetables. If you want to taste the real original BKT, you need to go for the individual bowls type instead of the claypot as the soup in the claypot, due the mixture of the rest of the stuff like mushrooms and vegetables , would have diluted the natural flavour of the BKT.
Eating BKT is a filling meal as you eat it with the rice (which is slightly oiled). You can sprinkle some fried shallots on your rice to enhance the taste before you drown your rice with the BKT soup. If you are not so much a meat eater like I am, you can order the Chinese cruellers ("yu tiao") - dip these into the soup and hmmmm... and yes, don't forget to dash up your meal with the chopped small chillies in soya sauce ("chillie padis"). As eating BKT is a filling and highly oily meal, you are supposed to eat BKT and drink the Chinese tea that is being served. You need to drink the Chinese tea, hot, as this is said to "wash" down the oils in your body. There.....a remedy for that worry of eating too much of fatty and highly cholestro BKT.
Price per individual bowl (large/smal/type of meat) : range from Myr5-Myr8
CLaypot BKT - on per pax basis approximately Myr7.50 to Myr8 per pax
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Bah Kut Teh is a dish not to be missed when you step into Klang. Someone once told me that it orginates from this town. I am not too sure about that data but i can definately say that Klang cooks the best Bah Kut Teh. I will testity to that because i have tasted bah kut teh from the north,south and east malaysia. Heard that they have one in Melbourne as well...hm...
Favorite Dish: Ask anyone on the streets and they will know about this dish.
For those who opt for nicely decorated restaurants, you may want to head towards
Bukit Tinggi. This place is fast becoming a boom among youngsters.
Many new restaurants are sprouting here. Bandar baru Klang used to be a place where
most Klangites hangout but Bandar Bukit Tinggi is fast catching up or I may say overtaking
Bandar Baru Klang as a new hangout joint.
The development of Bukit Tinggi has been attributed to two new hypermarkets in Klang, Tesco and Giant.
I don't have a favourite restaurant there. You may want to try out. A few restaurant has live
band playing at night. Definitely a good place to check out.
To get there, go towards Tesco or Giant in Klang. Easily accessible from Kesas highway as well. Turn off at Klang/Banting exit and head towards the direction of Klang.
The shops are in between Tesco and Giant.
The nice food are Klang are mostly confine to hawker stalls.
Thru hardship, they depend on the uniqueness of their food to stand out.
Yu yu ice - aka Klang version of ice blended blends
local delicacy like lycee and corn. Try it. I have been having this since young.
The best blend is the red bean. Unlike most ice blended, in the blend itself include
the real ingredient rather than only the syrup.
The stall is also known for the fried chicken - gives KFC a run for its money.
To get there you must ask the local where SRJK Pandamaran "B". The stall is right opposite
the school. It's near Pandamaran Jaya.
This is another normal coffee shop but the food is definitely not normal.
The food is similar to Teo Chew Porridge in KL.
I was also introduced by my Klang friend.
Most people will easily miss this place because it is right behind a main road.
Not many Klang people know the secret food of this place.
This direction is coming from Klang town towards Meru road.
If you know where Klang Parade is, the restaurant is actually opposite it. Before reaching
Klang parade, there is a Petronas petrol station on the left side. Go behind the petrol station.
The restaurant is directly behind it.
Favorite Dish: Long bean fry with ikan bilis. Yum..
The salted egg, fry pork, fried egg.
Most of the food cooked here is excellent.
I have not tried the pork leg dish at this restaurant yet but have seen several people tried it.
This is a roadside stall.
The stall has been around for a long time.
It has once appear in the centre spread of Malaysia main English newspaper, The Star, once.
The experience is like Air Asia - no frill. Come and seat at the stool like the old time and munch away. Ok - I admit the experience is the feeling of how it's like to be eating out in the 80s.
Opposite Econsave in Port Klang. Go towards Port Klang. BEFORE you the reach the traffic light that will lead you either to Port Klang or North Port, there is a turning to the left. Turn left and it's there. You will notice that there is a huge flyover in front of the traffic light.
Favorite Dish: Mua chee of course.
For those who are not familiar with this traditional chinese dessert,
it is a flour based dessert that is eaten with chopped up peanuts.
The frangrance of the chopped up peanut is enough to drive you wild.
You can opt for soup or dry. And there is also a choice of big one or small one.
Big ones are filled with peanut. Yup... you guess it, the secret is in the peanut.
While you are at it, you may want to get your hand on Klang style wantan mee next to the stall. Klang style mua chee is eaten with black sauce. We like it salty as we are Hokkien.
New Boston restaurant.
A place that even Klangites tend not to notice.
Waiting time can be as long as 1 hour on weekend thanks to PJ and KL customers who
frequent the restaurant. I have heard of my friend's father who actually got so angry
at the waiting time that he threaten to leave only to have his son calming him down.
It is definitely worth the wait.
The place is like normal chinese "tai chau" or a literal translation "Big Fry" restaurant.
Most people opt to eat outside the restaurant as usual because it is not so stuffy.
The guy that takes order has an unusually fair skin for a guy.
The location is opposite the Mydeen shopping centre right smack in the middle of Klang town.
If you are coming from Port Klang, there is a turning to either Kapar or Meru when you reach the Klang town. Take the Kapar turning. Immediately after you turn left, slow down because you are almost there. It is on the left side of the main road. The restaurant is also directly opposite Maybank.
Favorite Dish: A must try food in the restaurant is the steam lala.. Slurp... just heavenly.
Can be quite spicy as the restaurant give a generous portion of ginger and
chinese wine on top of the lala dish.
Another must try is the pari fish steam with spicy sauce. And the cereal prawn.
Most of the other food here are also quite nice.
This seafood restaurant in Teluk Gong, Klang has got to be my favourite seafood place in town. It's not a fancy restaurant and the tables & chairs are plastic, all in a wooden building but I can tell you food is really fantastic. Plus the price is reasonable too. The drive from KL will take just under an hour (on the highway) and the internal road there is a little tricky, especially at night. When you arrive there, the place is bright and pleasant. I think the restaurant can easily seat 500 people and it's always full. Come early to get a table and your order will be ready in under 30 minutes. The service is fast & reliable even with a full house. You can order from variety of dishes but the most mopular is of course seafood. Crabs, fish, prawns, squid, fried dishes, meat or anything you fancy. They can even recommend some special dishes for you if you can't make up your mind
Favorite Dish: It's got to be the crabs cooked in various styles and buttered prawns. Yum!
They are located on the far left of the Port Klang Esplanade.
This restaurant reaches from the road to sea, accessible by a walkway. Try to be early and you'd probably get to sit closer to the sea.
The breeze is great - sort of adds on a certain marine kinda ambience to the already wonderful dishes that they prepare.
Service is fast and up to mark.
Favorite Dish: They serve some of the best Kam Heong & Black Pepper Crabs. Don't miss their Stir fried Ginger Lala ( Shellfish). You'd have to be early though, I believe their last orders close at abt 10pm.
The Fried "Hae Koh"/ "Lai Liu Ha" or better known as Praying Mantis Prwns with Chilli is another dish not to be missed here.
Prices are reasonable as compared to certain areas in KL and the crabs, generally bigger
I have been to Klang few times to meet a Penangite friend whom already settled down in Klang. From what I know this town has good reputation for its Bak Kut Teh. This is a pork food cooked with medicinal soup. Very popular in Malaysia.
This is a very busy shop. and you may have to wait to get a table in the mornings. the hainanese kopi kaw is the crowdpuller. Charcoal-toasted sliced bread or buns are avaliable.
amzing amazing amazing....
Favorite Dish: this is fantastic place for you to be... go and visit and dont forget to try this out.. it's called the sweet and sour Jenahak fish