A couple weekends ago while trying to play catch up in tasting as many different bak kut teh restaurants in Klang as humanely responsible, I took up the offer from Zess, our resident Klang bkt expert, and met up for a sumptuous brunch at Ah Chee clay pot bak kut teh.
Ah Chee Bak Kut Teh, Bayu Tinggi, Klang
Ah Chee is of course, another one of Zess’ friends (this guy knows a lot of BKT operators). The restaurant is located at an end lot at the rather busy commercial area at Bayu Tinggi, Klang.
If you’re not familiar with Bayu Tinggi, well, it is basically located in between Bukit Tinggi and Port Klang, a place that’s frequent mostly only by Klang residents.
Ah Chee bak kut teh, as recommended by our Klang “local snake” @z35s. We asked for the softest cut today #kyeats #breakfast #bakkutteh #klang #pork
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For the 5 of us on a Sunday morning, we kept it simple and just asked for the softest meat with their signature intestines plus fuchuk (tofu skin).
check out the stuffed intestine
Like every place that Zess brought us thus far, this one again checked all the boxes. The soup is more than decent, thick, flavorful, and on par with most other Klang BKT I’ve tried.
The meat though (at least the version we had), was really tender with melt in your mouth fats. I really enjoyed that, but that was not the best part.
The star of the meal was their intestine. The stuffed intestine is probably up to 7-8 layers and thus had this really great texture to it. If you consume offal, this is a must-eat.
we picked the softest pork plus intestine
The meal came up to under RM 20 per person, right about average in terms what you expect to pay for good BKT meal. Will be glad to revisit.
Ah Chee Bak Kut Teh
5, Lorong Sentosa 4,
42000 Klang, Selangor
GPS: 3.012755, 101.430965
Tel: 012-627 3797
Food Blog by: KySpeaks