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Seong Hoe Claypot Bah Kut Teh | Penang Food


Anyone can tell me where can I get Klang Bah Kut Teh standard here in Penang? I’ve been searching for a shop which serve bah kut teh just like Klang standard, but I yet to find one.

My friend recommended Seong Hoe to me. It’s not really the Klang standard bah kut teh, but it’s able to satisfy my craving for bah kut teh. Seong Hoe is located at Paya Terubong area.

The bah kut teh is serve in a small claypot which I find that the portion is pretty small for a serving of 3. But, one good thing is that we can keep our stomach to try out other dishes.

The soup base is sweet and clear with heavy herbal taste. As for the ingredients, it didn’t vary much from the normal one which includes meat balls (my favourite), pork belly, some intestine parts, bean curd and etc.

Fried fritters, the must have dish to go with bah kut teh.

Yam rice – the colour of the yam rice is slightly less dark in colour if compare to the one we normally get. But don’t get fooled but its dull colour, the rice is soft and fragrant of yam and dried shrimp make me want to have another bowl of the rice.

A plate of vegetable to balance up the meaty diet.

And here comes the star of the meal – Belacan Fried Chicken. Underneath the crispy skin, laid the tender, juicy and well marinated meat. Thumbs up for this dish! This is a MusT order dish for me when I re-visit this place. :D

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16 Comments

  1. The belachan chicken seem nice.

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  2. email2me says:

    hahaha ….. this is so funny …. go BKT stall to eat belacan fried chicken ….

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  3. cariso says:

    Hehe, I can see that you are a BKT fan too! If you finally find one authentic Klang standard one, pls lar lar lum blog it out!

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  4. J2Kfm says:

    the yau char kwai is kinda pathetic lah ..so small one.

    i’ve yet to find a BKT better than Klang’s. even those on Old Klang Road.

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  5. allie says:

    email2me,
    lol. but the belacan fried chicken tasted so good la! :D

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  6. allie says:

    J2Kfm,
    I also feel that the yau char kwai portion is kinda small for a serving of 3 pax.

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  7. allie says:

    Cariso,
    You too ya! :D

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  8. Hong CN says:

    Wah… the yum rice looks very tempting, all time flavourite to eat with Bak Kut teh! I thought the vege will have dried pork floss on top of it. :-) The belachan deep fried chicken makes me drooling… …

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  9. CK says:

    Penang really have a lot of good foods. Like the flavoured rice to go with the nice Bak Kut Teh.

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  10. foodbin says:

    ha! BKT with meatballs-are they compatible?

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  11. allie says:

    Hong,
    The belacan chicken tasted really good lor!

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  12. allie says:

    CK,
    Thanks for visiting :D
    The yam rice is very fragrant :)

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  13. allie says:

    Foodbin,
    I luv meatballs in my BKT. For me, I feel that it’s compatible but anyhow it’s very personal liking.

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  14. buzzingbee says:

    have not seen this place…haha
    I love meatballs too although it’s not original in BKTs. I will be posting about the BKT I had in Klang soon….so divine!!!

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  15. ooi says:

    Hi allie,

    Get to know u from YH.
    Bak Kut teh, ya, my favourite too…
    i have few friend recommended shop along the gurney drive, the soup is white color.

    There are 2-3shops there, i go there once but guess go to wrong shop.
    That one i go, is call Carnation, got win the competition, but the soup is not white color one…
    next time will visit the shop beside it.

    have u ever visit there?

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    Allie Reply:

    Hi Ooi,
    Thanks for visiting! I have not try the bak kut teh shop along gurney drive, but I’m planning to try it out soon. Ya, I heard about Carnation too, famous one. But not sure how it taste :P

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