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.

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.

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.

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.

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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