Bin Xiang Bak Kut Teh, Puchong

If you’ve been following me closely, you should know, I don’t really fancy things with bones. I am lazy that way. I prolly think I need a wife that makes good food with no bones in the future. Tell me if you have some recommendations. I surely will consider, if she cooks food with no bones. Nevertheless, here’s a great Bak Kut Teh called Bin Xiang. I don’t know what Bin Xiang means. I am a banana. But here’s the thing, I may not really enjoy bonny chicken BUT.. I do enjoy Bak Kut Teh soup. I love the unique taste. And you know, I dream of having Bak Kut Teh in the winter. It might be the bestest thing EVER!DSC_5960Located at Puchong, this place has a pretty traditional set up. Though I don’t like these straight chairs. I think it still looks cool lah. Who on earth sits on such straight chairs these days again? But hey, you eat Bak Kut Teh the traditional way too! Legs up and dig some nose, use your hands. Just saying. DSC_5953 DSC_5955 DSC_5956 Also, serving you a great variety of Chinese tea, this is like really going back to the days of some emperor or some sort.DSC_5958I love the pot. Haha. But I hate how much it can fill. Like, seriously. Do I have to call for the refill every.. 5 minutes? But for the sake of “feeling traditional”, not harm kan? DSC_5959If you eat Bak Kut Teh without rice, you are weird. But I know most girls do so without rice.   DSC_5966 This actually tastes amazing. Not too spicy, for me. But I think the amount of meat in there, can actually feed me full for the next half a day. The succulent meat, served in hot claypot – I think it’s the best thing ever lah. Apart from the bones. I am fussy that way.DSC_5967Eh, yau char kuay or also known as yau tio is something I must talk about. I am a fan of fried stuff, remember? And don’t get me pronouncing yau char kuay, it will always sound weird. But imagine deeping the yau char kuay into the soup. I loveee it lah. I can do only yau char kuay without the rice. Tell me how fattening it can be.DSC_5987 I think I loved this the most of all the option. Love the soup, the fu chuk and of course, mushroom. And prolly the ultimate reason? – LESS BONES! But this is kickass. I really think you should try this. Personal recommendation.DSC_5968 DSC_5969 DSC_5970 DSC_5971 DSC_5973Looks can be deceiving. But I still think this is awesome super awesome stuff la. The SOUPPPP!DSC_5972  DSC_5974DSC_5976If you can take fat meat, here you go. Not a fan. But it does give you quite a fair bit of “fats” in it. My uncle loves them as far as I know.DSC_5984 So, give this a try.DSC_5986So, savour your taste buds with the unique tastes of the beloved local delicacy, steaming hot bak kut teh soup filled with the tender, juicy pork ribs. And of course, soothe your throat and excite your senses with the fragrant concoction of herbal ingredients that have been endlessly brewed by the Bin Xiang chefs just for you. Yes, this is Cina Chinese food. Not exactly sure where it comes from. But I love the soup. I love chicken without bones. And thats about it. Get this deal at I LOVE DISCOUNTS right now at an unbeatable price! ____________________________________________________________________________ Bin Xiang: 54 Jalan Puteri 2/4, Bandar Puteri, Puchong, Selangor.      Tel: 010-231 1166.

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