Pao Xiang Bak Kut Teh | 宝香绑线肉骨茶, 1 Utama Shopping Centre

Pao Xiang is a Bak Kut Teh franchise that have many branch in Malaysia, mostly in the shopping mall. Pao Xiang also have branch in Singapore, Bangkok and China. Different from the usual way to cook Bak Kut Teh, Pao Xiang is using string tied method - where the meat is tied with cotton string before stewed. By cooking this way, the meat will be able to preserved it's flavor and the meat texture will be more firm as well.




Another different from the regular Bak Kut Teh is here they serve single portion of each cut of the pork. Each portion is serve in an individual bowl which just is just nice for 1 serving. You may choose more than 1 portion if you are sharing with other. In their menu there is a diagram of a pig with labels that indicate the different cut of their Bak Kut Teh dishes, help you to understand which part of the meat from the pork you wish to have! 

Various choice of common side dishes that complement with Bak Kut Teh e.g. You Tiao, Tofu Pok, Yu Mark, Bak Kut Teh Eggs and etc is available.

Our meal of the day!  The condiment for Bak Kut Teh - hopped chilli padi and minced garlic which taken together with dark soya sauce or soy sauce is provided free (not in picture). There is a candle below the bowl to keep the Bak Kut Teh warm throughout the meal.

Pan Fei Soul (半肥瘦) @ RM15.00
We both choose the meat cut that we prefer for each BKT main dish. Husband choose this Pan Fei Soul which mean "half fat & half lean meat" in Chinese, or marbled pork meat.

Sum Chan Bah (三层肉) @ RM15.50
I prefer pork belly for my Bak Kut Teh. Sum Chan Bah (pork belly in Chinese) is three layer meat, where you can see there are three visible layers in the meat. Similar to pork belly in Korean words Samgyeopsal; where "Sam" is three, "Gyeop" is layered, "Sal" is flesh.

Mushroom @ RM7.00
Sliced button mushroom that serve in Bak Kut Teh soup. 

Siew Pak Choy @ RM10.00
Boiled Siew Pak Choy (or Pok Choy) in oyster sauce and garlic oil.

You Tiao @ RM5.00
Fried dough strips which is also known as Yau Char Kwai (in Cantonese). 

You Tiao (fried dough strips) is the side dish that we will never miss in Bak Kut Teh!  Dip the hot and crispy You Tiao into the Bak Kut Teh broth to soften it a little before put into mouth! And, one bowl of You Tiao is never enough! lol.

For more info, visit their official homepage: http://www.paoxiangbkt.com/



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