**Photos below taken with iPhone5

We recently made a trip down to Tanjung Sepat with our family for our sister’s wedding. For those who have yet to know, Tanjung Sepat is a well-known fishing town just 18km south-east of Morib town. Situated between Banting and Sepang in Selangor, those craving for a taste of fresh catch must not pass up the chance to partake of theirs signature offerings. Our previous Tanjung Sepat Discovery trip was a few years back indulging on local produce such as fishballs, the famous Hai Yew Heng Paus as well as seafood! Read more HERE :)

Another main point you should remember about Tanjung Sepat, besides Kopi-O & Preserved Vegetable (Mui Choy) Paus, one of the local attractions is YiKee Seafood Bak Kut Teh. All about food :)
When it comes to Tanjung Sepat, Seafood and Bak Kut Teh are the synonyms. Famed for Bak Kut Teh, Klang is perhaps the best place for it in Selangor. However, seafood bak kut teh is a total different culinary game. Tanjung Sepat being close in proximity with Sungai Pelek – the key supply of pork hub in the state has the edge over the former town. Coupled with freshest catch from sea, a wonderful broth was born. Must try!

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YiKee Seafood Bak Kut Teh

Located at the intersection of Jalan Besar and Lorong 7, this quaint restaurant was certainly a crowd puller judging by the morning crowd we’ve met. Flooded with local & visiting patrons, be sure to reach here earlier to avoid the long waiting line & the sold out disappointment.

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Hustle bustle with the orders taken

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The pork parts, be it belly, ribs or intestines, they were fresh! Not forgetting the fresh catch from the sea as well.

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We noticed the next table drizzled their fragrant white rice with some black soy sauce. And so we decided to follow the locals. Haha. Please don’t mind the fishball. We bought from the lady in motorbike who travels around :)

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Seafood Hotpot a.k.a Seafood Bak Kut Teh
Combined in a claypot, seafood includes prawns, fish paste & fish roes are cooked together. The sweetness of the seafood flavour really makes the broth tasty. In contrast to the pork-ful pot of Bak Kut Teh, it tasted lighter but filled with sweet taste from the seafood. We kept drinking the soup while enjoying the fresh prawns & fish paste. Good stuff :)

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Bak Kut Teh
Apart from the seafood Bak Kut Teh, YiKee does sell pork based Bak Kut Teh as well. Unlike Klang’s pork rib tea, this pot featured a reasonable portion of meaty pork, potentially pork belly and less pungent spices thus gives it a close similarity Braised Pork Belly instead. Haha. Enjoyed the soup to the last bit too though this concoction was not as thick as Klang’s :)

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The total bill came up to about RM130++ for 12 persons! Very affordable & reasonable with regards to the generous amount of seafood & pork in those flavoursome claypots.
Will definitely revisit if we drop by Tanjung Sepat again, not forgetting to try the famous Ah Hock Bak Kut Teh which is also not far away.

NON-HALAL
Restoran YiKee Seafood Bak Kut Teh 裕记海鲜肉骨茶
No. 247B, Jalan Besar
42800 Tanjung Sepat
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel: +603 3197 4907 / +6019 351 8448
Business Hours: 6am – 11am Daily

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