Copyright Notice

You may not copy, reproduce, distribute, publish, display, perform, modify, create derivative works, transmit, or in any way exploit any such content, nor may you distribute any part of this content over any network, including a local area network, sell or offer it for sale. You may not alter or remove any copyright, watermarks, or other notice from copies of the content on this blog. Copying or storing any content is expressly prohibited without prior written permission of the blog owner. For permission to use the content on this blog, please contact

Sunday 28 July 2013

Seng Ong Bak Kut Teh

Seng Ong Bak Kut Teh 成旺瓦煲肉骨茶
1-1-3A Jalan Rawang Mutiara 1
Rawang Mutiara Business Centre
48000 Rawang
(Coordinates: N3° 19' 41.25" E101° 34' 48.25")

Ay-yai-yai, I used to blame my expanding belly on Hypothyroidism. I guess the upkeep of this blog sure does come at a price. With the rise in my waistline comes the issue of ‘shrinking’ pants.

So we were in Rawang late this morning to pay the local AEON Jusco Department Store a visit so that Brendan’s old man could look for some work pants that’ll fit the Michelin Man. We were here some months ago and it was pretty desolate (we personally liked it this way) but with the coming Hari Raya Aidil Fitri (Eid-Fitr) it was busy and bustling with shoppers.

We also meant to have lunch at a Chinese food court in Rawang tackily named “I Love You”, which peaked our interest. Unfortunately the coordinates given led us to a dead-end in a housing estate at Bukit Rawang. On our way back to town we stumbled across this BKT restaurant and decided to give it a try.

something about the colour green?

our first time

clear and concise price list, we love the transparency

not just a BKT shop

This restaurant prepares its Bak Kut Teh on a piecemeal basis, and the Claypot hits the fire only when an order is received so we were assured of its freshness.

simple kitchen

our BKT all fired up

The old Uncle who took our order was a very cheerful and friendly person; we were immediately made to feel at home. In hindsight, it was a shame that we didn’t think to take some photographs of this very warm and welcoming Uncle. Oh well, we’ll be sure to do so the next time we’re here.

to take the edge off all that garlic

freshly prepared

good for the complexion

the pot is not yours to do as you please, so please share!

bon appetit!

We don’t know if it’s because we were famished or if it was because the broth made us go all ‘her-ballistic’ but the pot was emptied in a jiffy! The damage? Including a round of Cokes for everyone it came to RM42, within the realms of the everyday food for the everyday person. If you’re ever in Rawang and in the mood for some Bak Kut Teh then head on over here, a place we would definitely recommend.

No comments:

Post a Comment