Monday, February 05, 2007

BAK KUT TEH @ GRANDMA'S KLANG BAK KUT TEH, JALAN PETANAK, KUCHING


This is the second outlet under this banner in town. The original is located at 2½ mile Rock Road at Fortune Land. Actually the pictures on this page are taken at the two outlets on 2 occasions.

For those not in the know, Bak Kut Teh refers to pork bones cooked with some herbal mix. But nowadays, all offals and such are thrown in for good measure.

First thing you'd notice when tasting the broth at this place is the subtle taste of the herbs, which is good in my book. From its menu one can opt for any of the pork mix - spareribs, belly, intestine, placenta, stomach and few others spare parts. I think a minimum of RM6.50 is charged for a choice of 3 types of meat with fried tofu, fu-chook and vegetable. Then there are side orders of U-Char-Kueh (fried culler), garlic rice, vegetables.

Both sites offers identical stuff. However, on the morning I had it at Rock Rd., the garlic rice wasn't fragrant and it was a bit wet; probably just finished being cooked as we were the first few customers then.


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