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19 Marsiling Lane
Singapore 730019

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08:00am - 09:45pm

08:00am - 09:45pm

08:00am - 09:45pm

08:00am - 09:45pm

08:00am - 09:45pm

08:00am - 09:45pm

08:00am - 09:45pm

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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.
Are there any good herbal ones in Singapore i should try?
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I ordered the mix claypot.
Bak Kut was tender, served in mild herbal broth with a lot ingredients.
πŸ’°$14 (bkt for 2 pax, 2 rice and tofu skin).
πŸ“Hong Ji Claypot BKT.

Blk 19, Marsiling Lane #01-329

Quite a nice place for Malaysian-type herbal BKT but 2 little issues. Firstly, location is really really ulu and prolly closer to Malaysia than most of SG. Secondly, the herbal taste was a little light and not as flavourful and wholesome as I expected. (And one thing missing was the garlic bits in the soup!!! But it did come with some button mushrooms) Preserved veg was not as sour as I would have liked, but is good for people who find normal ones too strong. Price is very reasonable for the portion and quality, and the ribs are a little tough but not as hard as some other famous BKTs. Not really foodking-good but definitely a nice place to satisfy any herbal BKT craving in SG! πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹

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If you're not a fan of white peppery bak kut teh, you may want to give this a try. The broth is fragrant but not overwhelmingly herbal. Very comforting bowl of herbal soup, perfect for the rainy days! πŸ‘ŒπŸ»
Did not have to wait long before food are served. The meat and the soup taste great. The herbal soup type of bak kut teh with a distinct taste of dang gui which is not common in Singapore taste awesome and would definitely return for more. You’re able to refill the soup after as well!! πŸ‘πŸ»
Personally prefer the herbal soup bkt than the pepperish one! πŸ‘πŸ»
Rating: 8.5/10
Price: $25(for 3 people)
πŸ“19 Marsiling Ln, #01-329, Singapore 730019

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Slow-simmered boiled herbal pork rib soup served with sliced button mushrooms, dao pok and fresh lettuces
Tag someone who loves herby yet slightly sweet Bak Kut Teh πŸ˜‹!
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️