Restoran Yi Xin Ge – Bak Kut Teh in People’s Park

Yi Xin Ge Bak Kut Teh

This is Yi Xin Ge which has been around for a long time. Located off the LDP and close proximity to the Kelana Jaya LRT station, they serve bak kut teh and can get quite busy on weekends and during lunch hours.

Typically busy during lunch hours

Typically busy during lunch hours

The inside is not air-conditioned, however they have many fans above that keep the patrons cool on hot days.

The Tau Fu Pok (deep fried tofu skin) is a typical dish that you would find served on the side with the main meal.

Tau fu Pok

Tau fu Pok

Of course, these crunchy Yaw Char Kwai when dipped in the broth are an absolute must with a bowl of bak kut teh.

A Bowl of Yaw Char Kwai

A Bowl of Yaw Char Kwai

Ah, here we go with a nice bowl of bak kut teh. The broth as you can see here is clear and the taste of the herbs is not as overpowering as some other places so if you would prefer a soup that is not too strong then this would be a recommendation for you. You have the choice of ordering individual bowls with your preferred cut of meat, or you can also order a larger claypot for all to share. The meat here is very tender and like at other restaurants, you can always ask them to top up your soup.

Bak Kut Teh

Bak Kut Teh

Restoran Yi Xin Ge

No. 23 Jalan SS4D/2,

People’s Park,

47301 Petaling Jaya

Tel: 016-6589579

Non-Halal


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5 Comments

  1. Leonard Loh, 4 years ago

    Yeah, went there once a good 2 years back, I remembered my dad and I particularly loved their yat-chee-kuat (single spare-rib). Nice, although I personally prefer a stronger herbal taste for BKT broth.

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  2. steve-0, 4 years ago

    Yup, the meat here is quite tender but as you pointed out the herbal taste isn’t as strong as some other places.

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  3. Alan Tan, 4 years ago

    Tried !!! Agreed that its good :) -

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  4. William, 4 years ago

    Hi Alan! Yup this place is pretty good. Packed during lunch hours though…

    And remember to order the stewed pork, that’s a nice dish too.

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  5. sonny, 4 years ago

    Yep the tau fu pok and yaw char kwai looks very nice and crunchy. I agreed bak kut teh must have a strong herbal taste. Yrs and yrs ago I used to frequent bak kut teh in Jln Ipoh. Is that still there? Back then it was very famous but dont know if it is now.

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