Ham & Eggs............

Ham & Eggs............

Sun Fong Bak Ku Teh Restaurant @ Medan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur

Saturday, May 2, 2009

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Sun Fong Bak Ku Teh is formally known as Sun Hong Muk Koot Tea. Some people might not know that Muk Koo Tea = Bak Ku Teh. The translated name spells differently than what usually people would do. This shop is situated on the inner opposite of Kei Tak Sek (Frutti Stall Speciality Restaurant). It is an one-way road inside Jalan Imbi, before you reach the Kei Tak Sek junction, there’s a playground in the middle of the shoplots.. This restaurant placed next to the playground.

They started their long since the 1960s, this place has drawn lots of Hong Kong & Taiwanese tourists. And many superstars had left their footprints and mouthprints here. Now the restaurant is proudly hanging their photos with the celebs to the patrons. The "Wall of Fame" is full of snapshots of celebrities who've been here, as well as politicians including a former Thai prime minister.
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Their Bak Ku Teh is the main attraction. It's tasty and worth checking out, but you'll probably find better versions elsewhere in KL or PJ.
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Coming for a Bak Ku Teh meal, Yao Cha Guai (Oil Fried Ghost) is a must must.
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As for their Tau Foo Pok, it’s just a common dish and nothing special about it.
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To try their Bak Ku Teh, they always recommend the yam rice. It’s kinda clumpy. Kinda so so too..
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Then the Pig’s Kidney and Liver in Ginger Wine Soup, the soup is tangy and not much patrons would like to eat this delicacy.
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Patrons can also order additional side dish like this Pork Intestine, the intestine taste good and soup wise is abit light.
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And then there’s another delicacy, the Pig’s Trotter in Black Vinegar, quite a popular Hakka dish. The dish is flavorful and delicious, however not the best one in town.
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Food Review

Food Type: Chinese (Non-Halal)
Address: No. 35, 37, 39, Medan Imbi, 55100, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +603-2141 4064
Price: Average RM18 per pax
Operating Hours: Daily (5am-12am)

Taste Rating: 9/10
Ambiance Rating: 7/10
Service Rating: 7.5/10
Value Rating: 6.0/10

Overall Rating: 7.4/10

1 comments:

Cherry November 28, 2009 at 1:20 PM  

We went there on a Sunday afternoon about 2pm. We even called in advanced to check whether they are open at 2-4pm. Wahhhhh....the bak kut teh is so expensive. Some more this finish that finish and yet they said they are open from 5am to 12am.

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