One of the better "bak kut teh" literally meaning pork meat tea - a local nicety that usually eaten with white rice (or yam rice) with pork ribs that come with herbal soup in Klang Valley (Greater KL)
located in a corner single storey house in PJ old town, this would not be an ideal place for anyone who is picky about sanitary. not exactly class A with cleanliness but generally speaking, don't expect much if you intend to patronise local 'hawker' fares.
price wise, a little more expensive that getting your usual orders at street corner or coffee shops but quality compensates the price.
the waiters & waitresses are kinda act 'dumb' if you try to order a refill for the herbal soup (which they don't charge whereas other 'higher class' shops do) - a very disheartening experience. asking the owner (you'll notice him strolling around) would yield immediate action by his workers.
closed on Mondays, as Malaysian abattoirs for the swine are closed on that day weekly. Opens around 6pm, be prepared to wait for a table if you there on weekends after 7pm
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