The Bak Kut Teh comes in claypots of different sizes and there were 2 types. One was with solely Bak Kut (pork ribs) and the other was a combination of Bak Kut, beancurd skin, intestines, liver, and pork belly. We ordered 5 claypots to share among 7 persons (which was a lot). I can drink alot of soup. They also sell different dishes to go with the Bak Kut Teh as well.
We ordered with a vengeance because we miss this stall so much. I added the you tiao (fried dough fritters), salted vegetables, tau pok, braised pig trotters, with stir fried veggies (xiao bai cai). And all these of course must go with a bowl of white rice.
Leong Kee (Klang) Bak Kut Teh is at the junction of Sultan Gate and Beach Road. I'm sure we'll be back again.
Notice the above photos were quite blur. Well, it was really dark outside where we were sitting in the open (we were so afraid the birds were going to shit on us). Will tell you soon why the old and slim Sony Ericsson could not match up with another old and bulky Nokia.