Sunday, February 4, 2018

The other shop

We have been to the Lao Zhi Hau bak kut teh in Jalan Song last year. Once for its tasty but mild claypot bak kut teh. It was that one time we have been there because it was out of the way.

Kangaroos statues in front of New Roxy

However they just opened another shop not so long ago in New Roxy Hotel, 4th Miles. It was nearer to our place. So last Sunday after the church service, we went there for lunch before heading home.

New Roxy Hotel

New Roxy 

The weather was nice to have few pots of claypot to warm our bodies.


We ordered 2 pots of bak kut teh plus a pot of enokitake mushroom soup and a bowl of yue tiaw.


No innards since I don't take any and hubby tried to cut down on the consumption. We had spare ribs, lean meats and soft bones in our bak kut teh.



Overall it costs us over RM40 inclusive of drinks. I liked the soup here. Not too strong and the kids were able to enjoy it with their rice.

We would definitely come back when we feel like having bak kut teh. Not the other shop as it was far and harder to find parking.

10 comments:

Libby said...

I love BKT, I understand there is dry BKT, I have not tried before

suituapui said...

Haven't had bkt for a long long time as my girl cannot eat it, got soy sauce so it is not gluten free,...plus it is quite expensive, going for that.

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

For Bak Kut Teh, i always go to bt 7 Go fun Kee.

Nancy Chan said...

Hmmm...I miss Bak Kut Teh! One of these days must go for BKT!

mun said...

I like to eat the soft bones in BKT. The Kangaroo statues look big.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

One of these day, I wanna try dry bkt...

The Yum List said...

Hee hee. I like the kangaroo statues,

lina said...

Wah! Ada kangaroo!
Hihi

Phong Hong said...

Now I am craving for BKT. LOL!

reana claire said...

Must go for BKT after seeing these pictures.. dip with cilipadi best!