Originated from Malaya, and in contrary to common perception and its literal translation to "Meat Bone Tea", Bak Kut Teh does not actually have anything to do with tea. Instead, the broth is actually made of a complex combination of herbs and spices. There are three popular variations of the dish: Hokkien, Teochew and Cantonese. As bak kut teh is made with pork, Chi Kut Teh was created with chicken as a less fatty variation and to cater to Muslims. We have sourced out these best spots within Puchong where you'll find some incredible BKT!
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Coming here for some Bak Kut Teh may seem fairly odd, but for those who wants something a little lighter in comparison the Klang's version, Restoran Popular Foodcourt is definitely the way to go. Their version of the Bak Kut Teh comes in a small claypot, packed with different parts of a pig, which includes innards as well. The broth is lighter than most, but still gives a pretty rich and in-depth flavour. Overall, this dish is a great pair to some rice and vegetables!More info
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