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Never knew such gem existed in this ulu part of Tampines.

Their coffee pork ribs (S$20) and curry fish head ($28) are #lickscreenfortasteapproved. A must order if you are dining here. The rest are pretty ordinary zichar fares. They served bak ku teh (not in pic), good to try if you prefer the peppery version.

You can opt for outdoor sitting if you prefer the rustic fweels. If not, they have an aircon area too. Reservation can be made at this place!

A few months back, they underwent a major renovation to change their look and menu. Now the decor and ambience are more modern and hip. •

Their new menu is pretty innovative, serving dishes such as Modern Lu Rou Fan, Mushroom Buns (the filling is chocolate!), and Black Sesame Lava Cake. The last one is probably my favorite among the dishes, it’s pretty unique that a bak kut teh restaurant serves lava cake.

🔸Modern Braised Meat Rice: $8.90
🔸Premium Bak Kut Teh
🔸Superior Chicken Stew: $8.90
🔸Handmade Mushroom Buns: $6.90
🔸Black Sesame Lava Cake w Glutinous Rice & Gelato: $11.90


KOON Signatures
10 Cheong Chin Nam Road
Singapore 599735


Thanks to @koonbkt for having me. #dinewithflorence #instafood #instagood #chinesefood #foodstagram #foodlover #foodbeast #foodtrip #foodpornshare #foodpornography #delish #burpple #foodies

It was a feast on the dining table with a group of friends, but the star of the evening was still stolen by the Spare Ribs Soup (S$8.00). Even without paying that additional S$2.00 for the premium ribs, the amount of meat in this bowl was straightforwardly sufficient. The soup was lighter and not so peppery, but the flavours were just on point for the perfect excuse to get unlimited refills of the tasty soup.

And as a group dinner, we also ordered many other dishes for sharing. Personally, I liked the Braised Fried Beancurd (S$5.00 for Large) and the Braised Pig’s Trotters (S$10.00 for Large) for a little more braised profile to the dinner. The pig trotters, in particular, was quite meaty and was not like getting a large slab of collagen and fats in the face.

The walls of Legendary Bak Kut Teh are plastered with photos of celebrities who have visited the restaurant over the years - thankfully the food lives up to its reputation! The pork rib is tender and the bak kut teh soup is flavourful without being overly peppery. The braised pork trotter is soft and there is a good balance of fats and meat. Special shoutout to the fragrant mince meat fried egg and pork cutlet! We also ordered many other dishes such as Tau Kee (beancurd skin), braised large intestines and royale chives. The bill amounted to $147 for 5 adults, which is pretty reasonable given the quality of the food👍🏻

Founder Bak Kut Teh (Bugis & Hotel Boss outlets) is currently having a Burpple value set meal promotion till 30th June 2019. Each set comes with Founder Bak Kut Teh, 3 mix platter & a homemade drink. Definitely an affordable choice for fans of the ‘fall off the bone’ bak kut teh at Founder.

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The 100th @lickscreenfortaste post gotta be for a hidden find in my hood (east side is the best side)! Never knew such gem existed in this ulu part of Tampines.

Their coffee pork ribs (S$20) and curry fish head ($28) are #lickscreenfortasteapproved. A must order if you are dining here. The rest are pretty ordinary zichar fares. They served bak ku teh (not in pic), good to try if you prefer the peppery version.

You can opt for outdoor sitting if you prefer the rustic fweels. If not, they have an aircon area too. Reservation can be made at this place!

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Appreciated the hebi/sambal-like paste as a topping, but the intestines felt a little grimy and wasn’t as flavourful as I hoped 😢😢 Skip this and go for their other dishes instead 😥😥

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Pork ribs were not the most tender, soup wasn’t very impressive (slightly peppery and salty but not much of the boiled-for-ten-years taste), meesua was decent. Nothing too impressive except the Lunch Set is pretty value for money, as it comes with a bowl of pork ribs (3 pretty big ones), youtiao, salted vegetables and braised taupok (which tasted real weird and herbally but not in a great way). Decent meal if you’re craving bak kut teh but definitely quite a substandard one 😶😶

Not too much meat for the price, but meat was quite tender and flavourful. Good if you like more fat/skin to lean meat! 🐽🐽

Nothing beats having a bowl of hot & peppery bak kut teh during the cold rainy season 😍 This deal comes with 1 x Founder Bak Kut Teh, 1 x 3 Mixed Platter & 1 x Homemade Drink.

Their pork is tender and fall off the bone easily. The pepper taste is strong for the soup (which I love it!) + soup is refillable. Would say there's a good portion of
meat per bowl. P/S It would be good if you guys can add/top up for the noodles & youtiao too cause the noodles uses the same soup as the BKT and the youtiao is not too oily or dry! YOUTIAO me how to not love it right!!

The side dish that stands out the most for me would be the braised egg.... cause I love eggs 😂 Do opt for Logan & Red Dates drink to end off your meal cause it definitely give your whole meal a very sweet ending 😜

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As a Teochew, I always adore and much prefer the peppery Teochew style Bak Kut Teh compared to its cousin, the herbal Hokkien style Bak Kut Teh.

Delicious is an understatement for one of Singapore’s best Bak Kut Teh. Everything was very balanced in terms of seasoning and in my humble opinion, other more familiar Bak Kut Teh brands out there pale in comparison to Ng Ah Sio, simply for its taste.

Dip the you tiao into this peppery pool of goodness, and eat the loin ribs ($11.03) with your hands for maximum pleasure.

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208 Rangoon Rd,
Hong Building,
Singapore 218453