19 Marsiling Lane
#01-329
Singapore 730019

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I ordered mix claypot, you tiao, braised intestines and mee sua. Bak Kut teh broth was mild herbal (which I prefer) served with a lot ingredients,from pork ribs, intestine,liver, pig stomach and mushroom.
The braised intestine was clean, and the sauce was sweeter than the bak Kut teh.
💰$22.4
📍Hong Ji Claypot BKT.
Blk 19, Marsiling Lane #01-329

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The herbal bak kut teh is not common in Singapore and is much more common in some parts of Malaysia, but there is one coffee shop in Marsiling that sells it! Hong Ji Claypot Bak Kut Teh serves the herbal bak kut teh in a steaming-hot claypot and the picture shows the 2-person serving. The soup contained quite a lot of ingredients, with around 8 pieces of pork ribs, and a decent serving of taupok and button mushrooms! 😋 The soup isn't excessively medicinal/herbal and it actually comes with a lightly sweet flavour which can be quite refreshing!

With 2 bowls of rice and 1 serving of youtiao, we paid around $15, which is fairly reasonable since it is a very big bowl of Bak kut teh! The stall is open very early in the morning and we had the dish for breakfast, although we felt that it could be slightly heavy for those of us who don't eat a lot in the morning. While the coffee shop is rather empty in the morning, we have been there for dinner before and it can be rather challenging to get a table.

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.

I ordered mix claypot, with you tiao and braised salted vegetables.
The broth was mild herbal served with a lot ingredients,from pork ribs, intestine,liver, pig stomach and mushroom.
💰$14.5
📍Hong Ji Claypot BKT.
Blk 19, Marsiling Lane #01-329

Staying in Marsiling for so long, this is actually my first time trying. Unfortunately couldn’t have the claypot version due to our circuit breaker period but in a takeaway container instead.

Still in generous portion with all the ingredients, but sadly because of takeaway so couldn’t have more of the soup.

So if you are looking for some Malaysia style of bak kut teh, please visit this stall once the situation get better in future.

Do you prefer the herbal version of bak kut teh, or the peppery version? The herbal ones are harder to find in Singapore, with a famous one being at Marsiling. I know Jalan Kayu has one too, called Soon Huat, and that's the one I go to often since it's nearer to me.
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Are there any good herbal ones in Singapore i should try?
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