We ordered two types of Bak Kut Teh, the dry one and the soupy one. Between both, I liked the dry type better. It has a stronger taste and herby fragrance to it. Where else the soupy one, not that strong taste in the herby department.
As for side dishes, we ordered a plate of prawn mantis cooked with dried chilies. It was good.Followed with Fried Sambal Kacang Botol which was way spicy for me and a plate of special Taufu with the Thai Chilly sauce on it.
Fried Sambal Kacang Botol
Then my eyes caught these small fishes which reminded me of my grandma's fried fish, so we ordered a few fishes. It was deep fried and served while it was hot and still crispy. It looked good, but it did not have enough salt on it. Was not so tasty for me. Was a bit disappointed by it. Left me with a huge craving for my Grandma's fried fish.
So drop by here one day if you are like me who have not tried a Klang Bak Kut Teh. However if you know of other places selling better ones in Penang, do drop me a comment. I am always looking for places to pig out.