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.
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✨ Jia Bin Klang Bak Kut Teh
📍 62 Rangoon Road, Singapore 218352
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