Fei Kay BKT under scorching heat@Taman Bayu Perdana, Klang

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We came here for a quick lunch, highly recommended by a Klang-ite friend. If you are unfamiliar with Klang, it is best to get directions from Klang-ites.

This was my first time having lunch at Fei Kay and I was looking forward towards the foodieliciousness of the BKT.

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BKT wouldn’t be perfect without the greasy, oily sliced yaocharkuey.

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We ordered 1.5 pax portions of the soup one. The soup was not so sweet and really herbilicious. The meat chunks were also tender and fresh too. Served boiling hot to us in the claypot.

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We ordered 1 pax portion of the dried one. Cooked with thinly chopped salted fish. The meat were also tender and nicely coated with the savoury sauce. Despite the sweat, toil and heat….yums!

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The vegs were also really yummy. Filled with home made chopped fried garlic. Awesome!

Be prepared to sweat like crazy eating here. Can be quite suffocating after a while as the heat from the BKT soup, the tea and the weather can knock you out. But all worth it for the good quality BKT. Not advisable if you are coming here in work clothes and planning to go for a business appointment later.

Total damage for the above meal: RM40

Address:
Fei Kay BKT, 95 (Tingkat Bawah),
Persiaran Pegaga,
Taman Bayu Perdana,
41200 Klang, Selangor.
Openin hours: 8.00am – 10.00pm

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Lah Kopi Klangite way@Chung Kok Kopitiam, India Street, Klang

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Our Klang-ite friends brought us to this really old skool kopitiam at Indian street for a sip of Lah Kopi the traditional way. The place was packed to the brim and I was really surprised to know that there is a Muhibbah place that still exists in the big city! All races having a happy scrumptous meal together. This is 1Malaysia. Not the nonsense we watch on TV.

The coffee was really awesome. Not too sweet and not too bitter. Bittersweet memory indeed!

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Toaste bread the old skool way. Whiffs of buttery kaya frangrance filled the air. I felt like a little kid again!

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Apparently the banana cake is famous here too. Moist and very pungent aroma and flavour of mashed bananas. But this can’t beat the JB banana cake. Best I had ever eaten to date!

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This kopitiam existed many decades ago, this old old uncle is still behind the counter stirring away the awesome Kopi. I am really humbled how hard he is working to make all his customers happy until today. Thumbs up to the uncle Lah Kopi!

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