Mo Sang Kor Bah Kut Teh @ Pandamaran, Klang

When I am hunting for Ah Her Bah Kut Teh at pandamaran, Klang, I saw Mo Sang Kor Bah Kut Teh on the way. Well, now I now, what I gonna eat for my breakfast in few days time. However, this early morning Bah Kut Teh at the morning of Christmas is the single most expansive Bah Kut Teh I ever had, which cost me almost RM1000 on it.

As always, the feast, early in the morning. I actually leave my hotel in Kuala Lumpur at around 6.15AM, again, just to avoid the crowd.

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One of the major difference between Ah Her and here is the taste of Chinese medicine. At Ah Her, the soup itself is like full with pork taste only, while the soup here at Mo Sang Kor got a slight hint of Chinese medicine taste, so it’s usually up to which version you like. Both of them, the soup are equally thick and super flavourful.

The ‘sai kuat’ (small bone) is awesome too with the thick skin and fat and tenderrrrs meat!

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The ‘pai kuat’ (pork ribs) here is a tad better than Ah Her though, as the meat is more tasty.

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The ‘dai kuat’ (big bone) however, is too fat even to my liking. Look at the fat on it! Its crazy, but nevertheless I still love it although I sorta give the fat a go.

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We also opt for some pork intestines this time instead of pure chicken feet only, which are both awesome!

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The same thing that’s gonna happens here from what I heard is – ask for extra soup, you are gonna get scold if you are unlucky. Same trick, order for more rice, or order another bowl of meat. For me, I will always prefer super flavourful soup with limited amount over super watery soup but you can add as many as you want.

So some might ask, which do I prefer? I personally prefer Ah Her over Mo Sang Kor, but LY prefer the other way round as she liked the Chinese medicine taste on the soup here. So again, I guess it’s up to what you like. 9.0/10

And don’t let the picture fool you, it was still early at around 7AM, so the crowd is still not there yet.

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So what’s up with the most expansive Bah Kut Teh which cost me almost RM1000 while we only pay RM35 to the shop?

Yea, besides famous for it’s Bah Kut Teh, Klang is also famous for it’s potholes! GOSH! A big pothole in the middle of the road which one is supposed to cruise on it at around 70km/h?

It cost 2 of my tyre to burst off and there goes my Christmas morning. I had to wait by the road side until the tow truck come, pull it to the shop, wait for them to fix and pay RM960 for 2 piece of tyre to them.

RM960 + RM35 = RM995, haven’t break the 4 digit yet, but well….I guess I just gotta say I am lucky as the pothole doesn’t cause my car to spin, and there are so many workshop open in the morning of Christmas day right?

Total Damage: RM35 for 2 person (Haven’t include the cost of 2 tyres)

Operating Hours: 6.00am – 12.00pm

Location: 145, Jalan Chan Ah Choo, Pandamaran

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5 thoughts on “Mo Sang Kor Bah Kut Teh @ Pandamaran, Klang

  1. accidentally found your post about bakuteh while i google ‘tea time in klang’..LOL~
    great that you enjoyed the bakuteh in Pandamaran. It has accompany me since childhood till now XD many ppl claimed that the bakuteh near Hokkien Association is good but just not my taste 😛
    Just some suggestion, (as I didn’t saw any post about claypot bakuteh), you may try out the claypot bakuteh at the stall in front Public bank. First stall or second stall are both ok for me ^.^ alternatively, try out the 鸭仔 ( ak-kia = duckling) bakuteh near traffic light (nearby Pandamaran A primary school) Public bank on your right, ak-kia will be on your left. Those kids had been helping their parents since small ^.^
    You may choose to add in 鱿鱼or chili padi ^.^

    had you tried 封肉bakuteh?? there is one opposite Pandamaran B primary school (not far from the stalls of bakuteh), and nearby famous Pandamaran Fried Chicken and Yoyo-ice. it’s only open for breakfast. To be accurate, opposite of the side door of the Pandamaran B. A-Na Hong Ba Bakuteh~

    And for dry bakuteh, try out the one at Bayu Perdana. Per-Ki (aeroplane in hokkien) or Fei-kay (aeroplane in cantonese) will be the restaurant name. Not sure about breakfast cause I usually go for dinner~ Their soup bakuteh not really nice. hehe. It was same row with Brother’s accessories and electric items shop.

    enjoy~~

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