Rain or shine, bak kut teh is the perfect dish to gather the entire family. Bak kut teh is believed to have different origins; while some argue that it hails from China, others say that it comes from our neighbouring country, Malaysia. To be more specific, it is said to have originated from Klang, Malaysia, where a Chinese physician invented the dish in the 1930s. If you are craving for some hearty herbal bak kut teh, all you need to do is visit Feng Xiang Klang Bak Kut Teh.
Klang’s Authentic Herbal Bak Kut Teh & Fried Porridge
Started by Malaysians who grew up in Klang, Feng Xiang Klang Bak Kut Teh is the place to be for authentic herbal bak kut teh and fried porridge. In case you didn’t know, fried porridge is also a staple food in Klang. The founders aim to introduce Klang’s herbal bak kut teh and fried porridge to everyone in Singapore. A Singaporean partner too, has joined them to ensure all their dishes suit local tastes, without sacrificing authenticity.
Their recipe for bak kut teh is a family heirloom that has been passed down from generation to generation. The secret recipe comprises quality and fresh ingredients, with no MSG added. There are two types of bak kut teh to choose from, Herbal Bak Kut Teh Soup, and Dry Bak Kut Teh. While both of them are equally delicious in their own right, the herbal soup is the go-to dish when you’re here.
Nothing beats the feeling of slurping down some warm and aromatic bak kut teh soup! Apart from this staple dish, another contender for best dish is none other than their fried porridge. If you’ve never had fried porridge, its golden-brown hue is a sign of the Maillard reaction, or basically, the rule that food scientists are familiar with; Brown food tastes good. This comforting dish is silky smooth with a little hint of smokiness from the wok. Topped with fried lard, dried cuttlefish and fried shallots for texture, it comes with a variety of toppings to choose from, including abalone, sliced pork, mixed pig’s organ, prawns, and more!
Complete your meal with a range of complementary side dishes. Their Herbal Bak Kut Teh, Fried Porridge, Braised Pig’s Trotter, signature Feng Xiang Pork Cutlet and Fried Large Intestines will make a substantial, sumptuous meal.. Feng Xiang Klang Bak Kut Teh has an affordable price range with Herbal Bak Kut Teh starting at $6.90, and Fried Porridge starting at $5.90, all while using fine, fresh ingredients.
Feng Xiang Klang Bak Kut Teh Is A Must-Visit
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