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How do I describe this? Think Klang Bak Kut Teh without the claypot. Then tone down on the herbal taste. Remove all the bean sticks, straw mushrooms and bean puffs. All spare parts like liver and kidney are available separately. Yam rice is available on top of white rice. Serve in plastic melamine bowls.

If I want real herbal Bak Kut Teh, I’ll stick with Klang style. At least the claypot keeps the soup warm longer than melamine bowls can. Or maybe just stick to the predominant peppery style Teochew Bak Kut Teh. Not coming back.

One of the good BKT I tasted for quite some time.

Perfect on a rainy day.

Soup was delicious.

Also added on a small intestines, but it was not very fantastic.

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First time trying this instead of the usual pork rib soup and totally love it. The pork slices are tender and ample of pieces so I had a good time savoring it. Much easier to eat as compared to pork rib as well. Take the extra peppery soup for the extra kick!

Damage: $8

Fresh and good! Take the extra peppery soup for more kick!

Damage: $9

A must have for rainy day. Taste good.
Soup was hot and peppery..

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The soup was good, full-bodied and not too peppery!! The pork ribs in the Popularity BKT were abit tough and dry :(

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It’s raining again… but that doesn’t dampen my enthusiasm to eat good food! 🤭

Warming myself up on this chilling evening with Teochew-style bak kut teh from Outram Park Ya Hua Rou Gu Cha. Besides the crowd-pleasing tasty and peppery Spare Ribs Soup, the Braised Tau Kua (Beancurd) is a must-try! 😋

I also love how Ya Hua allows us to choose between fatty or lean Braised Pork’s Trotters. We had to go with the leaner one to look after our waistline but if fats mean flavour to you then whatever floats your boat. 😘

Not often Black Bak Kut Teh is offered in hawker centre but this small shop in Marsiling offered it.

Soup was nice and price was cheap. Spend a total of $29.50 for medium Bak Kut Teh, small pig tail bone, large intestine, beancurd skin, mushroom, salted vegetable and two bowl of rice.

delicious broth that can be refilled but the meat of the bone was a little tough! comparing to other bak kut teh i had like ng ah sio, this was really better 😊

Used the 1 for 1 deals and it was so worth except that it does not come with the rice so you hv to top up 1 dollar for tat! Soup was great, the right amt of peppery, however i wished the dough fritters were alit more crispy!

Fast forward a couple of years later, I decided to head back there for dinner and the restaurant was packed that I had to wait almost an hour in the queue. A bittersweet moment, as the wait was excruciating but I was happy at the same time as the business was thriving. The experience was instantly redeemed when both my Herbal Bak Kut Teh and Dry Bak Kut Teh was served. If you have not had the Malaysian style bak kut teh before, this version is of a herbal soup base and it comes with pig innards, pork belly and spare ribs. It’s tough to choose which is the better one as on one hand, you want the warm comforting herbal broth and on the other you crave for the umami soya sauce that coats the ingredients so well. The best bet is to go with someone and you can order both at the same time.
✨ Jia Bin Klang Bak Kut Teh
📍 62 Rangoon Road, Singapore 218352
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Heard the bkt soup didn't have flavour so didn't come w any expectations. However, it's actl not bad. Can get if you're getting the fried porridge alr

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