Weekend Bak Kut Teh @ Yap Beng


I have not been penning down on the eateries productively these few days. Being buried with loads of information for essay, stressing myself to urge my soul to study (though physically reluctant! :P) and have to improve English for presentation of role play purposes….
Finally I’ve the time to write on! Last Sunday, dad suggested that we have our dinner at the Yap Beng Bak Kut Teh Restaurant. This place is actually a branch from Klang.. I’ve not been to their main restaurant in Klang, but this place is not bad at all. Opened a few months ago nearby my place, they offer bak kut teh in 2 version; the dry bak kut teh, and another that almost everyone have tried, with soup! (flavoured with bak kut teh essence!)

We have both.. even grandpa claimed it nice. For the dry portion, the meat is cooked with lady fingers as well as some dried chillies plus black soy sauce. I preferred this compared to the share of meat with soup as I rarely tasted it! Yummy…. Sizzling sensations in a claypot just dazzle me a lot!

Their famous Bak Kut Teh! A generous portion! Dad ordered 2 pots of this; with soup base

Besides, we had side orders of cabbage and bean curd too (TOFU!) *wink wink*
“Cha Wong” the em….’King of Tea’?? (whoa!)

This meal for 9, cost about RM100++ Overall, I thought this place was pleasant, we sat outside in the evening, so I don’t find it stuffy. Food was great, nice tea and it’s been a long time since grandpa came out to join us for dinner! Usually, he just prefer to stay home on every Sunday evening.

~Non-Halal~
Yap Beng Bak Kut Teh

(shoplots opposite Jusco),
Taman Equine,

Seri Kembangan, 43300

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7 Comment

  1. tankiasu says: Reply

    Oh great, another place near my house for me to explore. So glad to have found your blog! 😉 Thanks a bunch yah.

  2. wenching & esiong says: Reply

    bak kut teh is one of my favourite food! one of the best malaysian food i should say. anyway, the photos look great! i havent try the dry bak kut teh before. hope to try to it soon!!

  3. ai wei says: Reply

    DRY bah kut teh??? never try on it before. that sounds special! will gotta put myself to it~

  4. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    tankiasu~ U r most welcomed. near ur house? U live nearby Equine? that’s nice.. didn’t know that. btw..there’s lots of eateries in Seri Kembangan that i’ve not explore too.

    wenching & esiong ~ dry bak kut teh is nice! I haven’t try it before until i visited this place. Yeaps~ one of the best malaysian food.I’ve to agree with you 🙂

  5. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    ai wei~ sorry. didn’t see ur comment until I refreshed the page 😛 me too my friend.. I’ve not tried it as not many places offer the dry one. Give this a shot!

  6. Anonymous says: Reply

    hoho..weelick here…ehy..try the one opposite IOI Mall…tried in few places..still think its the best in the shop apposite IOI Mall

  7. ai wei says: Reply

    *huh* you guys really eat a LOT!

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