Looking for Bak Kut Teh places?

Find a great place to eat based on millions of reviews by our user community

1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals

Members save an average of $20 per meal at places like these. Learn more here.

What the Community is Eating

The latest reviews from real people you can trust

The soup was peppery but slightly watered down.
.
Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/04/koon-signatures-bukit-timah-more-than.html
.
Koon Signatures
10 Cheong Chin Nam Rd
Singapore 599735
Tel: +65 64630111
Nearest MRT: Beauty World (DT Line)bak

Opening Hours:
Daily: 11am - 2am

The black sesame was rich but the sweetness level was way over the limits, especially after a meaty meal. I love the unsweetened glutinous rice which combines well with the gelato though.

1 Like

Dry version was as always very good, alas the soup version which is bland and tasteless- thumbs down. One of the servers was also chatting and laughing away loudly with her peers 3/4 of my time here. Definitely not a nice experience having to hear her convo re buying 4D etc while she was clearing a table and chatting extremely with her colleague 3-4 tables behind her. I get it that the servers want to chat amongst themselves but not having the diners suffer through her loud voice. #oldstreetbakkutteh #soupqualitysuffers

Song Fa is always crowded so this is a good alternative. And there is many other varieties such as steam fish.

pork belly slices cooked in a spicy sweet sauce. I thought the cut was a bit thin which did not feel quite satisfying and substantial compared to the chunky pork belly cuts used in the bak kut teh.

I was half expecting it to taste like our typical mushroom bun with custard filling but it turned out to be minced mushrooms filling which lean towards the flavour of a western mushroom soup. I like the filling but the texture of the bun was a little too soft.
.
Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/04/koon-signatures-bukit-timah-more-than.html
.
Koon Signatures
10 Cheong Chin Nam Rd
Singapore 599735
Tel: +65 64630111
Nearest MRT: Beauty World (DT Line)bak

Opening Hours:
Daily: 11am - 2am

Apart from the usual iced and warm beverages like homemade barley ($2.50) and canned drinks, KOON’s added a range of floral tea to their menu. Went with Jasmine Floral Tea and it was a good complement to the heavier flavours in our mains.

Thank you @koonbkt for having us! ✨

3 Likes

We ordered 4 dishes, from top left, Bak Kut Teh, Dry Bak Kut Teh, Spicy Pork Belly and Choy Sim. Service was good, food was great though we thought that the dry version could have been better with cuttlefish. The portion was rather small for 4 of us so we ordered additional big size Bak Kut Teh. Total payment comes out to about 50 dollars with burpple 1 for 1. Went there with 3 Malaysian friends and we are all very happy with the taste here. Approved!!

Jia Bin Bak Kut Teh ($8.80)
Braised Pig Trotter ($7.50)
You Tian ($2.50)

Prefer the clear soup with peppery broth over the malaysian style which uses soy sauce and herbal broth. Ribs were tender and pork trotter gravy was delish. However, would rate this 6/10 as i think BKT is all about personal preference.

- Bak Kut Teh: The pig stomach is nice and tender, intestine is clean and tasty, pig tail is delicious as well! There’re not a lot of pork ribs, but I feel it’s just the right portion.
- spicy pork belly: The meat are very very thinly sliced. It’s almost like those meat you get for Shabu Shabu. Super fragrant! Recommended!
- 花雕鸡: very nicely seasoned, and almost a million times better than those dry claypot from old street.
- 腐竹&油条: the side dishes all got standard

I can imagine we going back here again already! The best herbal Bak Kut Teh in Singapore. 😋😋😋

1 Like

Though not your typical seafood white beehoon, but it was definitely still flavorful with every bite! Generous with ingredients like prawns, fishcake, sotong, clams, kailan and fried egg bits, it was a wholesome and very very yummy dish! (Especially with the mad eatigo discount of 50%) 👍🏻👍🏻

Admittedly this was pretty nice?? Fried ngoh hiang with prawn filling dipped in sweet sauce, truly a combination that doesn’t fail 🤤🤤 Only worth with eatigo’s 50% off, if not the other dishes are more filling and value, but definitely a yummy dish! 😋😋