Yat Hing Bak Kut Teh

Kuantan is famous for many things, but I never expected bak kut teh to be one of them. But Yat Hing is said to serve pretty good bak kut teh – a recommendation from a few locals. The restaurant occupies two shoplots, the second lot comes with air-conditioning.

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Soup bak kut teh

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Yau char kwai

The eight of us shared a large pot of bak kut teh, dry bak kut teh, vegetables and sambal fish. Truth be told, I didn’t think the bak kut teh was that great. It was decent tasting, but not something I would ooooh and aaaah about. The soup was lighter than I liked it to be but it had a strong herbal taste.

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Dry bak kut teh

I really didn’t like the dry bak kut teh because all we got were trotters. I don’t fancy teething my way through the chewy skin of the pork, so this was a big boo-boo. If you’re planning to order this, make sure you ask for ribs and belly. That way, you get to eat some meat.

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Sambal fish

The sambal fish was surprisingly good. It was the tastiest dish on the table and we ordered another one to share. I liked that the sambal was more than just spicy – it was sweet, savoury, tangy and aromatic from the lime leaves added. Good stuff!

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Vegetables

On a whole, lunch was just alright for me. While the sambal fish stood out, the rest of the items were ordinary. Not a place I would revisit for bak kut teh, but for sambal fish, yes. Lunch came up to about RM90, and I have to commend them for the attentive service.

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Ambiance: 5.5/10
Price: 6/10
Food: 5/10 (non halal)
Verdict: Average bak kut teh but try the sambal fish.

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Yat Hing
A4852,
Lrg Seri Kuantan 25,
25250 Kuantan,
Pahang
Tel: 09-568 8644 / 012-218 5893 / 012-989 5614

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Comments

  1. i suddenly had a horrible thought. i don’t think i’ve had ANY bak kut teh yet so far in 2012. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! :D

  2. The fish looks good!

  3. I tried BKT in Kuantan once…it was pretty good =)

  4. bak kut teh in Kuantan does sound like a bit of an odd destination. but ya, the sambal fish looks really good.

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