[Non-halal] Here’s one of our favourite BKT places in Klang!
If you’re familiar with the Taman Intan area, you’ll know that it is packed with many BKT restaurants. The area is, after all, the first contact for Klang-style BKT for “local tourists” like us – located just as you enter the royal town from the Federal Highway.
Best BKTs in Klang?
Over the years, we’ve tried many of the BKT restaurants here. We’ve settled on two favourites – Teluk Pulai and Weng Heong.
We recently patronised Weng Heong a few months back (when inter-district travel was allowed and case numbers were low). What we love about Weng Heong’s BKT is the choice cuts.
We usually order soft ribs (“yuin kuat” in Cantonese) and 3-layer pork (“pun fei sau”) for BKT, and the ones here don’t disappoint.
The meat pieces are always sizeable, tender and flavourful – having absorbed all the flavors from the broth.
We loved that it has a higher meat-to-fat ratio – making it a substantial meal.
Rich and fatty broth
We also like the soup as it is thick and fatty (as it should be the case for most Klang-style BKTs), which more than makes up for the light herbal taste. The onion rice is well-flavoured and goes well with the broth.
If you’re in the area, we also recommend Teluk Pulai (tender meat and a stronger herbal kick) and Samy & Tien.
Overall, we love Klang-style BKT because of the more fatty and thick broth, while we find PJ/KL style to pack a more herbal punch (we love both!).
And these are the nearest ones to us without needing to go further into Klang (Ah Her’s BKT in Pandaraman is super thick and gravy-like, but they don’t do soup refills). .
Where’s your favourite BKT?
Restoran Weng Heong
Address: 39 & 41, Jalan Batai Laut 5, Taman Intan, 41300 Klang, Selangor
Hours: 7.30am-3.30pm daily (Closed on Mondays)
Phone: 03-3341 4408