Friday, November 20, 2009

Bak Kut Teh @ Subang Teow Chew Claypot Bak Kut Teh, Subang Permai, Shah Alam

my claypot bowl of porcine goodness

Let's end the week with a little community service announcement aka
Subang Teow Chew Claypot has now shifted from their ramshackle shed into a proper shophouse. They now join a legion of bak kut teh shops (at last count 3 bak kut teh shops). It's just a hop and a skip away from their old place, since it's just at the shophouses just off the right hand turn (coming from Shah Alam) at the traffic light.

Unlike the other bak kut teh places nearer to the main road, Subang Teow Chew is tucked well within the shophouses and nearer to
Big Plate. Located at a corner shop, parking is relatively easy and the place feels a little less packed compared to the previous location. Tastewise, it was still the same, a nice light brown herbal tinged broth that will keep your tummy warm during these rainy days. Unlike the other bak kut teh shops, they offer quite a lot of variety serving up tofu, fish and vegetable dishes also.

Subang Teow Chew Claypot Bak Kut Teh
45, Jalan Alfa U6/F
Subang Permai
40150 Shah Alam

Tel: 019-2615303/012-3559219

(Non Halal. To get here from Shah Alam, take a right turn at the first traffic light after the old place. Go straight and take the second left turn, make an immediate left turn at the shophouses then a first right. Go straight and you will see the shop on your left hand side.)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. This review is time sensitive; changes may occur to the place later on that can affect this opinion. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from this place for writing the review.


Borneoboy said...

I love a nice Bak Kut Teh. Must give this a try next trip to KL.

J said...

Perfect food for the yucky rainy weather we've been having lately. :) :)

boo_licious said...

Borneoboy - for the ultimate BKT experience, pls visit Teluk Pulai @ Klang, damn good stuff.

J - yes, weather is yucky. Hot when we open our eyes and cold at the end of the day.

foodbin said...

any type of BKT will make my day.

Justin D. Pereira said...

Hi, a fellow food blogger from Singapore here. Your blog is really fun and interesting to read! Haha and your photos are great!

May I know what camera are you using? I must say you have an eye for food.

Justin said...

It's raining outside, and I am too lazy to cook or go out.... BKT is so what I need now - w intestines, ribs and tender fatty pork, and yau char kway to soak up the soup....and garlic and cili padi dipping sauce...ok, I am seriously hungry now!

boo_licious said...

foodbin - esp with the cold weather!

Hi Justin from Spore, thanks for the comp. I just use a canon 450D.

Hungry - aiyoh, you're also making me hungry with that wonderful description. Luckily I had my dosage on Sunday.

Borneoboy said...

Thanks for the tip.

boo_licious said...

U're welcome Borneoboy!

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