Ever since I tried the dry bak kut teh in Tanjong Karang I have always wanted to find similar dish in KL that is equally good, or at least close to it. I haven't found any yet!
I was told about Wing Kee in Rawang so I figured I would give it a try. Been there a couple of times but it was closed on both visit! :P
I went back there again a few days ago but lucky me, it was open!
I ordered the Dry bak kut teh, of course!
Fragrant rice (oily rice) to go with the dry bak kut teh
Soup is served in a separate pot
The soup was nice with just the right amount of herbal taste and pepper.
And of course, you can consume as much as freshly cut chilies and garlic as you want!
Total: RM13.40 including a glass on hot Chinese tea.
It was good, but I sensed too much MSG, both in the soup and also the dry BKT. Also, I still prefer the one in Tanjong Karang with dried cuttlefish in it. The dried cuttlefish really added a very unique and irreplaceable flavor to the dish!
I was there early, at around 11:30am and they were just getting ready so I had to wait quite a bit. But there were lots of cooking activities going on and they didn't mind that I took their photos.
Tilapia fish waiting to be steamed!
The cook adding finishing touches to the dish before serving!
The cook also dashed in generous amount of "hua diao jiu (花雕酒)" into the steamed fish and steamed chicken as well!
Some of the items on its menu
No 27 & 29, Jalan BJ1,
Taman Perindustrian Belmas Johan,
Siah Shuk Wan P.J.K
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