Fong Keow (Pottery) Bak Kut Teh Restaurant @ Taman Intan, Klang

Finally I’ve tried Fong Keow Bak Kut Teh. This restaurant is situated at the corner taking over 3 shop lots. It’s beside the famous Teluk Pulai (Claypot) Bak Kut Teh Restaurant (though on a different block). When I reached there at 11am, the eatery were practically empty. Where are the customers? I almost change my mind but then decided not to since I’ve wanted to try this place for quite some time (to compare with its nemesis; the Teluk Pulai BKT next door).

Besides Bak Kut Teh, Fong Keow also serves many other side dishes. I didn’t really look at the menu as my mind is only at the BKT.

Chinese Mini Tea Cups B&W
We choose ‘cha wong’ tea @ RM5.00. Cute Chinese mini tea cups. But are they hygienic? 😛

Cleaning Tea Cups
That’s why you need to wash ’em with boiling water.
However for me, my only drink is from the BKT broth. I’ll drink a cup of water later on. I couldn’t imagine myself drinking from these cups as they are only washed with boiling water. Eekks!

Yau Char Kwai
First to arrive is yau char kwai @ RM1.50. Soak ’em in BKT broth. Heavenly!

Oil rice came next which is RM1.20 per plate and RM1.00 for small oil rice. The oil rice isn’t the most fragrant I’ve eaten but it was nice enough that I have no complaint about it.

Empty? As I soon found out, the restaurant open at 10am on weekdays, much later than its counterpart next door which opens at 7am daily. Customers only start to arrive during our mid-eating.

Lettuce With Oyster Sauce
Lettuce with oyster sauce at RM8.00.

Bak Kut Teh
Bak Kut Teh for 2 person @ RM23.00. The portion was just nice for 3 of us. The pot consist of sai kuat (small bone), pork intestine, fu chuk (beancurd sheet), button mushroom, tau hu pok and lettuce.

Bak Kut Teh
Overall, we find the broth to be a little on the watery side (just a little). I did taste some medicinal herbs but not power enough. Still it doesn’t stop me from drinking the broth spoon after spoon. The pork meat was cooked to perfection. If I have never tasted the next door BKT, this would be one of the very good ones. Still I think it was delicious and fulfilling. I tapau-ed (take-away) some BKT and ate it later on the cold. It was very yum-yum! Had BKT craving after that.

Total bill for 3 persons is RM42.00.

Fong Keow (Pottery) Bak Kut Teh Restaurant

Fong Keow (Pottery) Bak Kut Teh Restaurant
49, 50, 51, Jalan Batai Laut Kaw 16,
Taman Intan,
41300 Klang,
Tel: 016-6688606, 016-2190088

Business hours:
Mon-Fri: 10am-9.30pm
Sat, Sun, Public holiday: 8am-9.30pm


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  • Reply smallkucing September 23, 2011 at 3:43 pm

    If am not mistaken. I saw another blogger went there too. Will try it out one of these days. The BKT looks good

    • Reply Che-Cheh September 23, 2011 at 7:14 pm

      That area has quite many BKT restaurants. Must try one by one. 🙂

  • Reply kelly January 19, 2013 at 11:21 pm

    To be frank, everyone in Klang knows what Fong Keow is famous for. Here’s the result of the survey (updated 2012-2013):

    5 reasons to eat at Fong Keow Pottery BKT:
    1) VERY nice environment
    2) VERY lousy taste

    Fair judgement, it is not up to standard honestly, no hard feelings, it’s not even able to sell bak kut teh as its main dish. Stingray, beans, etc, all ornaments that is going to cost a BOMB!

    • Reply Che-Cheh January 20, 2013 at 11:05 pm

      Hi Kelly, Guess I’m one of the ‘katak di bawah tempurung’ foodie. LOL
      I do notice they are more famous for their side dishes than BKT.

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