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Green House Bak Kut Teh Penang

 Some foodies would know this place I am talking about. It's been raining for the past 2 weeks(This is why I can't get a pic of the front of the shop with my cheap camera) but nonetheless, I found this place where the bak kut teh is one of the best I have had in Penang so far. It's located opposite the 7th Day Adventist Church/Him Hiang at Jalan Burma. You can see that even on a rainy day they are on full mode. The restaurant is usually full. On a note you can't see the stall as it's located towards the end of the shop hidden from the main street but the Green House Bak Kut Teh is unmissable to the left of the main street of Jalan Burma headed from Komtar.
 Everything is made to order. You choose what you want and they cook it.
 Selection ranging from ribs, lean meat, taufu, internal organs, meatballs, mushrooms and a few other
 The smoking hot pot of soup could be smelled from a street away.
 My claypot for 2 person with rice and yau char kuai costs RM19.50. Quite worth the money if you ask me.
 Close up on my claypot..
 The other side..
This is one thing you cannot miss as I can swear they fry their yau char kuai with butter.. The butter taste is distinct in it. Makes soaking them in the soup base more flavourful...

Comments

LuPorTi said…
I think I should go there for a try.
Sarah Ng said…
Is it better or as good as the one in Klang??
Kellaw said…
Better most of the times... really need to go have a try
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