March 27, 2023

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Amazing Steamed Fish @ Ah Wang Bak Kut Teh, Old Klang Road

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UPDATE: This restaurant has closed down since last year. 
Old Klang Road has lots of good foods. Particularly in bak kut teh and steamed fish. The restaurants that stretched the long winding road could be in dozens. Finding the right place could be a bit tricky but with some advices and tips from friends, getting a nice place is never been easier.

I was told about this steamed fish place by my fellow friends. Its located at the road side under the fly over (traffic from Pearl Point to Mid Valley, restaurant is located on the left).

The place is called Ah Wang Bak Kut Teh.

The restaurant is visible from the main road, slow down before the fly over and turn left to finid a parking spot. For better guidance, call the number below.

We wasted no time ordering a steamed vege with oyster sauce.

A lovely big chunk of otak-otak. Thick and rich. Otak-otak was good.

We ordered 3 different fishes with 3 different types of cooking.

Firstly, the sliced ginger steamed fish. The tricky part about having a good steamed fish is the freshness of the fish, the duration of the cooking and the sauce. I loved this dish. It was pretty amazing. Fish was not overcooked, meat was tender and the ginger with the sauce blends very well with the fish. Recommendable!

The second dish was steamed fish with asam style. Again, I loved this dish. The asam sauce for this was good. The fish was cooked in perfect condition. Loved it.

Lastly we had the steamed fish cooked with bean sauce. Least preferred than the first two. This was good as well. Fish was fresh, not overcooked, meat was tender just that personal preference. Sauce was cooked separately and not steamed with the fish together. It blends well together though.

The bill came to less than RM 100 which I felt its very reasonable as we ordered 3 fishes. Its located at the road side so no air conditioned. Service was okay and the food was good. We only ordered the fish dishes and we didn’t try the bak kut teh there.

I will go back there again definitely for their steam fish dishes.

Batu 4 1/2, Jalan Kelang Lama
Tel: 013-2282288 / 016-2341319

*Disclaimer: Personal food tasting and preferences might varies depending on individuals.

15 thoughts on “Amazing Steamed Fish @ Ah Wang Bak Kut Teh, Old Klang Road

  1. LOL!! I know this place!! hehe… I used to stay in Taman Desa ler.. It’s like so near there!! 5 minutes reached liao.. Now I need 0.5 hours. .LOL

  2. oh yes! i luvvv steamed fshes! keeps the flavour intact! and only for RM100 is a steal in Kay-el!

  3. How come got so little petai in the second fish wan?

    RM100 is a real steal for the things you ordered! =)

  4. Andrew: Jam! Jam! Jam!

    TNG: Sometimes need to know where to find the right food with the right price

    renaye: “belum cuba, belum tahu”

    bansar-babe: I double checked the bill and it was really below RM 100

  5. Another bah kut teh outlet ….. here we go again. Everytime I check out a bah kut teh place, I need to go for 3 weeks diet !!!!!!

  6. The steam fish head is real good! Same goes for their bak kut teh which very reasonably priced and tasty.

  7. I’m not agree with your view,personally i feel Fatty Bak Kut Teh where 100m away is more nice.If you are not from old klang road,u will not know that the original taste and famous is previously located in front of Maybank (now change to Ambank).After maybank relocate,the stall also move to the shop called Fatty Bak Kut Teh.Word is hard to describe,but 1 thing for sure,the real nice bak kut teh & steam fish head is at that fatty shop.Coz i have been visiting there for many years.And they also have a website
    u may check it out.

  8. How could you define which one is nicer? Spicy? Freshness of the fish?

    The reason I didn’t do much comparison on my blog because everyone has their own preferences.

    Remember this, I only write based on my own preferences and my own point of view. Even my wife, Rachel has different opinion on the same food we had.

    No matter how, thanks for reading and I will give the Fatty Bak Kut Teh a try if time permits. 🙂

  9. Hi Wilson,
    Yea…u r right too…different person will have different taste.I’m totally agree with you.But based on my taste,i still find Fatty Bak Kut Teh & Fish Head is the best.Perhaps you can share with us how’s your taste after you try it…

  10. Good one Lynn, well I wish I could go. I’m still in Buenos Aires, Argentina at the moment till end of the week. Then, will need to spend some time with family and my beloved friends.

    There might be some change of directions of this blog as well.

    Thanks for recommending and reading.



  11. Wah the place serves kicap and water bak kut teh. The soup is not up to standard though

  12. Well, thanks for the comments. I didn’t try their bak kut teh, didn’t know its that bad.

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