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The water is kept hot in a kettle in the middle of the restaurant. A sight that is quite normal for a bah kut teh restaurant that one can find in Klang. Ah, but this is not Klang. I am too lazy or it's just a bit more expensive to drive all the way to Klang for bah kut teh.
So, here am I with Sheryl to savour Teluk Pulai bah kut teh with having to travel to Klang. The restaurant is in Taman Industri Pusat Bandar Puchong, in a corner shop just opposite DHL warehouse.
One of the main item that is a must when eating bah kut teh is of course the 'teh' (Chinese Tea). I picked Cha Wong (King of Tea) to be the companion to bah kut (meat and bone). The aroma of the tea is simply breath taking in away.
Of course eating the bah kut alone won't be as satisfying if there is no rice dabbed with fried onion oil. Ah, the fragrant of the rice along could work up my appetite to eat two big bowls of it.
One can say that Klang's taste better but for me, it's more than make up for the distance to travel from KL. I still find the taste comparable to what I've tasted in Klang. Even if it may not be the best but I will surely come back for more.
It's a shame just to order a claypot of the soup version when Sheryl came all the way back from Singapore for this, so we ordered another claypot of dry bah kut teh.
Thank you Sheryl for taking the bill. Next time it's on me ok?
Last but not least, a picture to remember our first bah kut teh session together or even our first makan outing. Till the next time, it's either you come back to Malaysia for holiday or I go Singapore to visit my family.
Taken with the help of the tauke kia I think.Address:
Kedai Makanan Telok Pulai Klang
No. 23G, Jalan 1/2, Taman Industri Pusat Bandar Puchong
Bt. 12 1/2, Jalan Puchong, 47100 Puchong
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel: 019-222 0670 / 012-397 1638
Google Map here.
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