Monday, May 8, 2017

Legendary Bak Kut Teh 發传人肉骨茶

Not so legendary afterall. Singapore's version of Bah Kut Teh tastes nothing like Malaysian's. Malaysia BKT uses a lot of  herbs and dark sauces to create the nice aroma flavour, whereas Singapore's version is basically relying on pepper more than herbs.

Bak Kut Teh (SGD9.50)

Each bowl costs at least SGD 8-9, with only around 3-4 really small pieces of meat. The ribs version would have one piece where it's longer than the rest. There's also a 3-4 cloves of garlic to make it look nicer.

Bak Kut Teh (SGD8)

The "normal" mixed bowl of meat. Probably 4-5 small pieces of meat. I thought the soup was alright, the pepper taste was strong which was fine as I was not expecting herbal flavour like Malaysian's. Do not compare, as Singapore's pepper soup is good too. The pepper's spiciness kept me up.

You Tiao (SGD2.50)

The soup is refillable too - without even asking. Though the You Tiao didn't go that well with the soup. I guess I like it more with Malaysian's version.

Dou Miao (SGD10)

The soup was not really that hot when they served it, it was only luke warm. I thought it would be much nicer to have it boiling hot and the soup to be more peppery (it was a little diluted).

Likes: Average food, but don't have high expectations (and do not compare to Malaysian's version, it's different), staffs are very helpful and proactive, clean place
Dislikes: Could work on portion for the expensive price they charge?

Legendary Bak Kut Teh 發传人肉骨茶
46 South Bridge Road,
Singapore 058676
Opening Hours
Daily 11am - 11pm

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