It was a public holiday and my uni friend suddenly Whatsapp me for a bak kut teh lunch outing at Klang. One of his colleagues recommended this Sei Ngan Chai Bak Kut Teh @ Meru, Klang, so off we go heading to this place.
Becoming very popular is nonetheless the dry version of bak kut teh. I must say the meat here is more tender and better seasoned, with the addition of the fragrance from the dried cuttlefish and garlic. But what I didn't like was that the cuttlefish was not sliced thinly enough, so it got a bit quite hard to chew. But still, this pot of meat is delicious.
No meal is complete without some greens. I love how they gave so much of the fried shallots.
Overall, Sei Ngan Chai is quite a good choice for a decent bak kut teh meal. Do go for meat in the dry bak kut teh and the soup. However, one thing I didn't like was that the meat was all cut in large chunks - in away, I find that quite a nuisance since you're forced to take big pieces of meat.
Sei Ngan Chai is part of a old single-storey house. Despite looking old and small from outside, it is surprisingly very clean and spacious. Even on a hot afternoon, it is very cooling and comfortable.
Corner of Jalan Kepayang and Jalan Gelugor