It is located next to a Chinese Temple next to a helicopter pad somewhere in the industrial area of Segambut. And it is called 老猴肉骨茶 Lau Kau Bak Kut Teh. The GPS coordinates of this eating joint are provided at the bottom of this post. Happy hunting.
The braised Tofu is chewy and delicious which is not commonly served in most BKT stalls. Thumb up for this Tofu.
Yam rice cooked with small dried shrimps is an alternative for normal plain rice.
Chu Luei digging into the hot pot for the necessary distribution. The porridge was sweet and the fragrant was superb. With a dash of pepper onto the porridge it was good enough to seduce our taste buds.
Coming to this place without any Bak Kut Teh could be sinful especially we were having relatives from Singapore with us. Hence a small portion of BKT could be ideal. The soup is slightly different from others, it has stronger herbal taste and the colour of the soup is plainer.
This is another dish that requires a 45 minutes pre order a steamed spare ribs with spicy sauce. Besides the ribs there were also thin slices of pork belly in the dish. That was a great dish.
Steamed fish is also available here @ Lau Kau, we tried a steamed Tilapia fish with finely chopped ginger.
These are Grandpa’s Angels.
The sky was cloudy with the sun hiding away. It was a perfect day to savour the steaming hot porridge under the metal roof deck of this eating shack.
This is the makan gang @ this corner of Kuala Lumpur.
老猴肉骨茶 Lau Kau Bak Kut Teh
Jalan Raja Arfah
GPS : 3.188638,101.674072