Barely been a month since I'm back & here I am seeking unparalleled romance with a table full of local Teochew-style Bak Kut Teh!
Got to give credits to where it deems fit, their new Homemade Ngoh Hiang ($8.50) had me going mouth after mouth. Pretty impressive prawn rolls with a wise ratio composition of fatty minced pork & prawn, with added crunch & sweetness from water chestnuts.
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Of course, we couldn't have lived without the usual full-flavoured & peppery Pork Ribs Soup ($9 Large), with unlimited soup refills so generous I think I've drank an entire kettle alone πŸ’• Didn't bother about calories even when I soaked up them goodness with their Dough Fritters ($1.20), a certain ubiquitous necessity. It was also one of the rare moments I could devour into their well-marinated & clean Braised Pig's Intestines ($6.50), possibly not everyone's favourite (don't have many people in my circle who eat that), but a Chinese delicacy I do enjoy from time to time.
P.S. Literally walked out of the restaurant without paying initially (swear it's not on purpose!) & got reminded by my dining partner to "not eat and run". πŸ˜‚ Still can't get over it.

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