34 Whampoa West
Singapore 330034

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07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

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One of the popular place for bak kut teh in Singapore, serving Teochew version that is much peppery.

You would constantly seeing many old folks coming in for meal during lunch time.

They usually will push you to get the higher price of items. Be cautious when you make the orders, unless you don’t mind getting it.

The pork ribs could be expensive but definitely worth it. Pair it with some you tiao. The soup is also refillable but you have to request for it.

One of the good BKT I tasted for quite some time.

Perfect on a rainy day.

Soup was delicious.

Also added on a small intestines, but it was not very fantastic.

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Disappointed that initial soup is not hot. When added 2nd soup serving, its good and hot. Service is fast and friendly.
Peppery soup, meat tender are balanced (not all ribs given are tough meat)

They sell many other dishes, not limited to the typical few BKT dishes.

This meal is average.
I would come all the way here for this (unless i run errands around here)

Had a very hearty dinner ($33.80 for 3 pax) at Lau Ah Tee Bak Kut Teh (5min walk from Boon Keng MRT) with my family over the weekends and it’s pretty good stuff:)! We order Bak Kut Teh, braised pork trotter, braised small and large intestines and taupok and preserved vegetables. The Bak Kut Teh soup is super peppery and the pork rib (龙骨) has a nice bite to it. I love to dip it in dark sauce with chilli and gnaw the meat straight off the bone🍖 The braised pork trotter has a good mix of fatty and lean meat (love the option of 半肥半瘦 i.e. half fatty half lean) and the flavourful braised platter and preserved vegetables go really well with rice😍 Lau Ah Tee Bak Kut Teh might not be as well-know as the popular BKT chains out there, but it’s definitely a heartland gem:)!

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A delicacy that'll suit your cravings for something sourish and not so spicy. The meat from a fish head was tender with a delectable fatty texture 😋. You may also try their prawn paste chicken. During peak hours, diners may face long queue. Chop your table before 6pm to avoid the crowd. .
Where to dine?
Lau Ah Tee Eating House
Blk 34 Whampoa West

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Love their pork ribs, so tender and delicious! They offer teochew styles dishes here too, their freshly steamed fish is also a must order.