getting ready, set, go....
Since it was a rainy day, I wanted something warm and comforting for my tummy to get me through the day. Hence, I turned to the nearest and best thing I can think of - claypot bak kut teh. Just a few minutes away from the office, through a small little road packed with cars and trailers heading towards Subang New Village, is bak kut teh heaven.
comfort in a pot (RM9.50 per person)
There's about 3 bak kut teh places around a small area - at the shophouses and this particular one housed in a wooden shack, right next to that busy road. Crossing the busy road (even with a car) can be quite a nightmare but put your signal and hope the traffic light up front quickly changes to red.
While this is the most popular outlet, there is very little choice here - only various cuts of meat in your bak kut teh (no spare parts, mushrooms and etc), served in a piping hot claypot. Even though the soup is not as fantastic compared to my favourite Teluk Pulai shop in Taman Rasau, it is still very warm and comforting. If you prefer, they do also serve vegetables, assam fish and vinegared pork trotters. Place gets packed for lunch and everyone will haphazardly double park around the wooden shack.
Subang Teow Chew Claypot Bak Kut Teh
Lot 653 & 655
Bukit Cherakah Subang
Tel: 019 - 261 5303
(Non Halal. Closed on Mondays. Open from 7am to 2.30pm. The wooden shack is directly opposite Esso station, on the road towards Bukit Subang. To get here, drive towards the Guthrie Corridor Highway. Instead of getting on the highway and through the tollgates take the left turn and keep left towards Bukit Jelutong and Bukit Subang. Take the first right turn at the traffic light, keep left and turn. Go straight. At next traffic light, go straight towards Monterez Golf Club. You will see an Esso station on your left, this place is on the right across the road, turn and park at the side.)
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.
Tagged with: Malaysian Food + Bak Kut Teh