This is Ivan and his lovely wife Rachel. They took me out to dinner tonight to a place that is literally situated under an overpass. But dont let the location indicate anything other than great food.
With only a tin roof for cover the kitchen and tables are all al-fresco.
This type of Chinese food was authentic and Only Locals come here. I am so privileged!
First they bring out a plastic bowl, for what I assume is to sterilize the drinking glasses and chopsticks. Ivan poured hot tea over each glass and utensil and Rachel dried, the bowl was discarded. Then the tea was poured. I have seen this before and is a common practice in many Chinese restaurants.
This is the wall against our table that leads up to the highway above.
The specialty is steamed whole fish and clay pot pork.
Served with clay pot pork is fried dough. It tastes just like a Krispy Kreme doughnut without the sugar. It’s used to dip in the pork stock, oh so good.
Sautéed cabbage with peanuts
Roast pork, two types, in a rich stock great for dipping and sipping.
The steamed fish had a spicy sweet black bean sauce. Add some chilies and this was excellent.
Bak Kut Teh did not disapoint. Some of the best food i have had here.
A great experience and a thanks to Rachel and Ivan for a great find. I hope to return.
This establishment is located at the intersection of Old Klang Highway and underneath the over pass for Pantai Baru Highway in KL. Look for the crowd and an occasional troll.