As a Seri Kembangan inhabitant, we felt we haven’t shared enough.
Here’s another local’s favourite nestled at the Serdang new village, bringing surprises that you have not thought of through its name.
As you read aloud their restaurant’s sign board: Fook Hin Bak Kut Teh Restaurant, it might sound peculiar to you.
A stretch of seafood tanks conquering the restaurant without anyone telling/ recommending you to have bak kut teh at all. I’m not so sure about their Bak kut teh but everytime we were there, seafood will be the main agenda. Like most locals and patrons around, seafood would be their choice too. Name could be deceiving sometimes eh?
Wonder if it’s a name descended by their family business. Correct me if I’m wrong
Four Combination Platter – RM120
Consisting honey spare ribs, shark fin with eggs, deep fried shrimps & stir fry vegetables with baby abalones.
Egg Noodles (Birthday Noodles) – RM18
Smooth noodles with light gravy and shredded mushrooms, carrots, cabbages, bean sprouts, chicken that are not too satiating. You would still have more rooms for seafood!
Braised Pig’s Knuckle with Chicken Feet – RM25
A flavoursome dish that would goes best with rice. It would be a lil’ too salty to eat it on its own though.
Boiled/ Blanched Prawns – RM39
We would say it’s the best way to have your prawns besides normal steaming. Normal blanching in hot water would still retain the fresh prawn taste and dipping it in a little Chinese rice wine like “Fa diu” would be better
Kailan with Salted Fish – RM8
Kam Heong Lala (Clams) – RM16
Cooked with dried chili bringing out the Kam Heong taste to perfection
Sour & Spicy Crabs – RM104.50 (RM55/kg)
Star of the night. Choose your huge crabs from the tank and get ’em cooked! We chose over the spicy and sour version as we just love their appetizing gravy. Still my favourite crustacean
Affordable seafood in the neighbourhood! Why not give it a try?
Next round? Geoduck!
Fook Hin Bak Kut Teh Restaurant
15, Jalan Aman,
Seri Kembangan, 43300 Selangor