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This isn't tea, nor soup. It's a cocktail, and it's inspired by bak kut teh. It has bak kut teh broth with Bulleit Rye, balanced with Oolong syrup and served with You Tiao. For two different tasting experience, first drink the bak kut teh cocktail on its own, before soaking the you tiao in it.
This can be found at Mona Lounge, which has started serving cocktails from a menu of "starters", "main courses", and "desserts", and they're all cocktails. They also have a three course cocktail menu, which I'll be sharing about later.
Mona Lounge is located on the second floor of a preserved shophouse along Boon Tat Street, and it's Sum Yi Tai’s back-room cocktail bar fashioned as a tribute to 80s Hong Kong. Refreshed to elevate senses of nostalgia, the lounge now welcomes a new menu of Cantonese food-inspired tipples and an ambiance amp with classic Cantonese vinyl.