Beside its toast bread and bun. Their pre-packed nasi-lemak its good too – pulau ketam nasi lemak will suit those prefer spicy while nasi lemak bungkuk is more savory and non-spicy.
The Nasi lemak Bungkus was pretty nice. It came with the usual items – rice + anchovies + sambal + half an egg + cucumber + peanuts.
🥟 Handmade Vegetable Bao (most popular choice here)💵 from RM2.20 / bun[Non-Halal]Plenty other choices where you can refer to from the menu!00:00 Intro00:20...
巴生小食馆 Klang Food Centre这家手工包点我听闻已久， 上回来巴生的时候是公共假期这家店没开。
Today, I ordered the Vegetable Bun and Big Pau, both are very good to my taste. But their signature must eat recommedations are their 咖喱大包 Curry Big Pau as well as 梅菜包 "Mui Choy" Pau listed top in their menu.
We ordered one kaya toast set, it came with half boiled eggs and a local kopi O. Also added a salted egg croissant and hot latte. The kaya toast set was a typical Malaysian breakfast. The local kopi O was good, and was nothing less if we were to compare it against imported coffee. The salted egg croissant on the hand was not as flaky. The skin has some coating which looks like it was ‘deep fried’ instead of baked. Unsure why. The salted egg sauce was good anyway. Overall an enjoyable meal for tea break.
The Belgian chocolate sure is a delight. The cake itself was light and airy, the chocolate filling was milky and a tad bitter-ish. However, with the sweetness from the homemade chocolate ice cream …. ooooo, it was delicious. I loved it. It certainly brightened up my gloomy day.
Even though the selections are rich but there were a few items that immediately caught our attention. First is Salted Egg Croissant (RM 7.50). It is crusty on the outside and maintained a good airy texture on the inside. The salted egg meanwhile just tasted nice and not too surfeiting to cause any unpleasant sensation.
In this episode, we are trying at one of Klang's famous Bak Kut Teh restaurant called Teluk Pulai Bak Kut Teh, probably one of the best Bak Kut Teh we've ever eaten by far!
A wide variety of tea to choose from and those with big appetite and order their cruller for soaking in soup.
Bak Kut Teh (herbal pork rib soup) with assorted ingredients.
First was the Roasted Pork. Although it came in generous quantity with the hint of alcohol scent, the overall taste was not appetizing. Only comfort factor here is the crispy skin but when the pork meat is too thick, the overall texture and taste was bland
看吧~ 才不过一个小时的时间，就算桌子已经排完整条街，里里外外全都是桌子椅子还是很多人得在路上排队拿号码，这时候的时间才7点而已~ 老板，我想说的是，你还没开店做生意钱已经满满入你口袋xP
This is the Nestle Prawns – unpeeled prawns cooked with nestum. The prawns were huge and fresh. They were so crunchy that I could eat it as a whole without peeling the prawns. This is one of the best dish that night.
Overall, we recommend coming here for the appam and the Sri Lankan dishes. The clean and spacious restaurant makes for a comfortable dining experience. Despite us being there at 11am on a Saturday, the place wasn’t crowded at all.
♥ Verdict: There are mixed reviews regarding the service and the attitude of the owner in Tripadvisor, but we had no issue about this during our visit. The Appam are certainly worth checking out if you’re at that area.
Sweet Appam + Indian Mix Rice, 15 ringgit The mix rice was delicious too. However, it got me wondering, the food kindda resembled pretty much every other indian restaurant, so which part of it was Sri Lankan? Hmmm …. anyways, We took a generous portion of chicken varuval + 3 vegetables, pumpkin, bean sprouts and brinjals. The chicken varuval, da bomb. Be sure to pick out the meaty pieces – it’s worth it. The flavoring and the spices – yummmmmm. Mix them up with the vegetables and rice, it sure was delicious.
The sponge cake layer and jelly like layer complement each other well. The sponge cake was not too dry and the jelly was not too wet or soft, therefore making the cake’s texture blend nicely when biting and chewing. The cake was also not too sweet, it is just to my liking of sweetness.
Long queue for some expensive but tasty pandan cake, something a tourist would do. There are some interesting old abandoned shops nearby.
This is a shop which is known for one thing: the pandan layer cake.
Weng Heong’s BKT in Klang is one of our favourites for the thick and fatty broth, and choice cuts that make a substantial meal.
Weng Heong Bak Kut Teh 永香海参肉骨茶 in Klang serves a good bak "wet" kut teh but their "dry" bak kut teh is better.
Its signature dish is Sea Cucumber Bak Kut Teh (海参肉骨茶), but we are not planning to try this dish today.
Taste was general but a bit pricey at rm$7.50 for a bowl of noodle in a Medan Selera.
Regardless of what others say, I'd say Fatman Curry Mee here at Medan Selear Taman Eng Ann is very nice! Tender chicken with lots of Tau Fu Pok, taugeh, and a slice of boiled egg, curry is milky and flavoful for me, I like it.
It is a famous spot for a hearty bowl for local and those from out of town. Mee hoon kueh is rarely found in KL and sometime is available in pan mee shop if they have this mee hoon kueh variety.
A good outing for me and go for two bowls if you can stand the heat from the soup and eating without air-con.
Every flour and dough is handmade process keeping in the freezer to restrengthen it's flavor and moisture .
Overall, its a must-visit & check out the Asam Laksa at Angce Peoh in Bukit Tinggi, Klang. It is definitely worth the trip for anyone who loves & crave for a good bowl of Asam Laksa. The flavors are authentic and delicious, and the dish is serves with generous portions of fresh ingredients. I will definitely be coming back for more!
Angcle Peoh 店面裏設有冷氣環境也非常寬敞舒服雖然這裏用餐的座位很多但午餐來這裏的食客可有時要大排長龍所以要來這裏的食客記得早點來吧
Overall, a good eat and reasonably priced and for those who can't wait at Four Eye, this can be an alternative, or they can move further afield for their meal.
The soup was out of this world. It should be the best in Klang.
I will be back for their "dry" bah kut teh which my friends say I must try 😋
What do We Like about Ah Her & Samy Bak Kut Teh? -The bak kut teh soup though not too strong in the herbal taste, but was delicious -The shop allowed add on of soup without extra charge.
This is the breakfast for the champion labourers.
This shop is relatively famous already and can be easily found online as many a food hunter have written about this.
Very unique herbs with gravy rather than soup based. The pork is really tender & juicy from the long hours of boiling & simmering.
I enjoyed scrapping bottom and scooping it up and mixing it with my rice. Delightful
During our last makan trip to Klang, a Klang native recommended us to try Kee Heong Bak Kut Teh in Taman Eng Ann. This is where she would bring her KL friends to enjoy this staple, mainly because of their great consistency in maintaining the food quality
I highly recommend trying their Thai Tom Yum Mama, Jim Jum, Mookata, Baan Korat Special, Som Tum, and Moo Ping.
As for the final dish, we had the Steamed Siakap Fish (RM38). It's been a while since I last had a good steamed fish due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation but I am glad that I had this. The fish taste is fresh and soft topped with lots of garlic, coriander, red chilli and lime slices. It's simply refreshing and we think the price was quite reasonable too.
The noodle is cook to perfection. Broth is sweet, milky, creamy, mild spicy and hint of sour end. The soup is cook upon order. Indeed one of the best Instant mama noodle pot I have had so far! – recommended!
Ribs at Peng Heong undoubtedly were the highlight, juicy and perfectly grilled. So was the mutton curry, the curry was thick and flavorful.
The restaurant also offers 瓦煲客家炸肉 Claypot Hakka "Zha Yok", 客家炸肉丸 Hakka Meat Balls, 阿叁酸辣鱼 Asam Fish, 胡椒豬肚湯 Pigs Belly Pepper Soup, 瓦煲咖喱羊肉 Claypot Curry Mutton, and the list goes on in their menu!
Nasi Lemak Bungkus, Economic noodles with curry, basic dim sum like pau,siew mei,fried fish cake,fried wan tan,loh mai kai and etc...as for drinks they only served loh hon kor and red bean soup.
A little similar to Thai Food Restaurant but you can find some chinese food served here like Hor Fan , Pork rice , Chinese noodles style and etc but fuse with Thai element in it .
Little did I know that Thai food in Bukit Tinggi 2, Klang is quite limited in choices. PIM’s Thai Food – Pimlicious seafood cafe and restaurant is one of the latest addition of eatery to offer another choices for diners at Bukit Tinggi 2 that slowly gaining its popularity in this neighborhood.
Pim's Thai Food is a nice addition in the neighbourhood offering an amazing new style venue for authentic Thai cuisine in Bukit Tinggi, Klang. Choose to dine indoor in the comfortable and contemporary dining or be seated alfresco-style dining area on the outside.
What do We Like about Ninety Nine Seafood Restaurant, Klang? -The fresh steamed fish -The big portion of fried chicken chop with the Thai style sauce -The shop was airy and not stuffy/ hot at all during an afternoon with hot sun
Restoran 99 has been around for 28 years, occupying this same two lots' corner with additional space.