Located a stone's throw away from all the concept cafes and gourmet restaurants of SS15 Subang Jaya, Ah Ping Bak Kut Teh restaurant caters to the whim and wants of the masses hungry for a decadent cauldron of herbal, hearty Bak Kut Teh. Reputable as one of the best BKT joints in town, capable of holding their own even against the most notorious of BKT critics, Ah Ping's rendition of pork bone broth is really a culinary feat to behold.
In essence, this dinner orientated diner whips up quite a delectable storm when it comes to serving Bak Kut Teh, so much so they have two variants of BKT to choose from: the soup variant as well as the dry version. The soup version is pretty much like your standard fare of BKT around, but wait, there's more. With Ah Ping's rendition, patrons will be assaulted with an aromatic scent wafting from the herbal broth infused with the all-too-familiar porky goodness. Consisting of a darker complexion, the soup version is accompanied with a lot of pork -ranging from meat, tripe and intestines, though patrons are well accommodated if they wish to omit the offal; Foo Chuk, Shittake mushrooms (Enoki mushrooms are also available here) along with ONE piece of lettuce. Lonely much.
The dry variant is also much sought out for, with its signature coating of sticky, fragrant dark sauce. which entails a whole load of savouriness along with a tug of sweetness. With the addition of dried cuttlefish in the fray, patrons with a discerning palate will also be able to distinguish the briny hint of the dried mollusc.
Along with rice -topped with crispy deep-fried shallots; a serving of blanched lettuce as well as an accompaniment of crispy Yoo Tiau (Chinese Crullers), everyone patronising the premises will be in for a hearty dinner of gastronomic proportions, minus the hassle of driving all the way to Klang.