The word "traditional" enticed me to walk in to this shop at Rail Mall to try out some herbal Bak Kut Teh, with a fond impression of how good it can get when I had it in Klang.

Good thing is that they allowed me to opt out from the innards, and stick to the meat option of the Bak Kut Teh (S$6.60). No offence but I think the photograph on the menu looked more promising, because what I was served looked simplified. But matching this price with that from food centres, this portion of ingredients could seem reasonable. The soup is also not bad in terms of the taste of herbs, in my opinion.

Tau Pok (S$3.80) sold separately, but good for sharing if you have a companion because they give two big pieces of that.