Specialising in the art of bak kut teh, a Chinese-Malaysian soup that features pork simmered for hours on end in a delightful herbal sauce, Bak Kut King invites you in for a comforting meal unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. The premises are situated on the ground floor of Tai Hang’s Wun Sha Tower on Wun Sha Street, not far from Tin Hau station. The folks at Bak Kut King are confident that their bak kut teh is the best in the city, and they don’t disappoint! Using secret flavours and ingredients inspired by Penang in Malaysia, the broth is as authentic as it gets. Plus, with a wide range of nutritious herbs and spices in the soup, the bak kut teh is nice and healthy. The restaurant already has a huge following around Hong Kong, so do yourself a favour and book in advance!
The service and the environment are excellent. Food there appeals to me a lot. I will come back again for enjoying its service and food.
Lovely food and friendly service. The Bak Kut Teh is definitely worth trying. Tried a number of other dishes like the black fungus and bean sprouts... All light and tasty without being too oily.
The service is good and the food is good too! We had a great night there and I would recommend the dessert toast to all sweet lovers :)
Very friendly. The food was good. The kitchen was overwhelmed and the food came out slowly. One table of guests had to cancel one of the orders and left. We were told one of the chefs was sick and they were understaffed. The hostess apologized to everyone and was extremely cordial. A decent experience.
The service was average and it was quite expensive considering the quantity. They charge for everything like extra soup (which is included usually. The Bakuteh Was also a little too sweet and not herbal medicine enough making it not Malaysian
Hai nan chicken and rice both very dry. Sauce in curried crab way too sweet though crab was very fresh. Coffee ribs also too sweet. At least their signature bak kut tei was very tasty.