We were en-route to our dim sum breakfast, when we walked past this rather popular Bak Kut Teh restaurant seemingly in the middle of nowhere, and so… we postponed dim sum to lunch *LOL*
Service was efficient; basically we were ushered to a table, asked a few questions and viola, our food was served rather quickly… all without seeing the menu 😛
We ordered a portion of 肉骨茶 Bak Kut Teh (RM12.50), 油菜 Vegetables (RM7), 油条 You Char Kueh, or Youtiao (RM1.50), and 芋头饭 Yam Rice (RM0.50).
We were asked if we eat various types of pig intestines and organs, which we affirmed, so our Bak Kut Teh was a mix of pork ribs and organs. Do let them know in advance if you do not eat organs. The small claypot was overflowing with different types ingredients, and we enjoyed the lightly bitter-sweet herbal soup 🙂 The organs were well-cleaned and not overcooked, but the meat was just alright. Despite not seeing huge chunks of yam, the yam rice was very fragrant, with the yam all melted and infused into the rice. The youtiao was the normal soft type typically eaten with Bak Kut Teh, but I really preferred those that were slightly crispy. The vegetables were fresh too.
Tea was RM1.50 per pax, and it was self-service to top up hot water. We could not quite understand why we were given 3 cups though…