This old stall (it's next to Guan Di Temple - you can't miss it!) serves undoubtedly the best-tasting "bak kut teh" or "rou gu cha" (肉骨茶) in Chinatown!
The slow-simmered pork-ribs, pig's tails, intestines, slices of pig's stomach & fatty pork belly were soft and tasty with the slight Hokkien-style "bak kut teh" herbal taste. The whole concoction came bubbling in a claypot, with bowl of crisp, golden-brown fritters, or "yau char kwai" (油炸鬼) / "you tiao" (油條) on the side - I liked dunking the fritters into the soup, letting the dough soak in the soup before devouring them. Big Mouth's soup was delicious. The dish also came with button mushrooms, golden-needle mushrooms, Chinese white cabbage and dried beancurd sheets (腐皮).
Another favorite side-dish is flash-blanched baby Romaine lettuce ("yau mak") with oyster sauce. Very crisp & tasty here.
I can't believe it took me soooo long to finally have my first meal here - I first saw this stall in 1988, and what caught my eye were the sidewalk tables, full of customers slurping soup & chewing on pork-ribs, right next to Jalan Tun HS Lee's busy, noisy traffic..
Big Mouth Bak Kut Teh
Jalan Tun HS Lee
50000 Kuala Lumpur