Tourism Malaysia

E Pin Bak Kut Teh ??????? at Taman Bukit Indah, Skudai

E Pin Bak Kut Teh ??????? (N1.47984 E103.66360) is located along the short street of Jalan Indah 16/4, Taman Bukit indah. The stall is sharing same area with Min Zi Seafood Restaurant which operating in the evening, and the Bak Kut Teh stall taking over in the day time.
This is the ‘hidden gem’ that discovered by us during the food hunting session…

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The place was simple and typically look like a Chinese style kopitiam, but well ventilated. The owner of the stall – Mr Kenny Wang is a nice friendly person. He told us that he use better quality pork and ingredients for his own creation of Bak Kut Teh, and strongly emphasized there will be without MSG serving in his Bak Kut Teh. What Mr Kenny believe that as long as he concern about his food quality and taste, it will bring more regular customers to his stall…anyway, I think it’s absolutely correct!

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Our order :-
*  Claypot soup pork ribs Bak Kut Teh – ?????
*  Claypot dry pork knuckles Bak Kut Teh – ??????

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The pork ribs was well cooked with melting tenderness yet still had sufficient firmness for a bouncy bite. The dark broth with rich herbal and spices taste together with some slight saltiness, and it goes great on rice! The herbal broth taste uniquely special which hardly find a replacement version in local Johor Bahru food market. We like it very much!

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The spongy pork knuckles was Aromatic and Delicious! The knuckles were well cooked to the perfect timing where easily fall off with a gender bite! The taste of the gravy was excellent! This was the ‘First’ time we taste A Delicious Dry type Bak Kut Teh within Johor Bahru area.
4 of us categorized it’s A MUST TRY DISH in this Bak Kut Teh stall. Well, you can have few choices to choose any part of the pork and cook with the dry type (even soup type), said by Mr Kenny.

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They do serve other dishes like salted vegetables, pork tribes, mutton soup and others…

To all Bak Kut Teh lover, have you try it before? If not, do visit the stall during day time from 8am – 2.30pm (accept Monday), you have to try at least once of Kenny’s own version Bak Kut Teh.