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Ordered the most popular BKT and a dry spicy pork dish. The broth has a unique herbal taste to it, perfect for people who prefer herbal over pepper base. The price is $8.80 for the main and $2.50 for the youtiao which is extremely crunchy. Highly recommended to give this place a try :D

I simply could not resist the seduction of the wobbly gelatin skin and tender meat in braising sauce. It definitely hits the soft spot of me for the dish, done right. This is one dish I will go back for.
Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/03/jia-bin-klang-bak-kut-teh-rangoon-road.html
Jia Bin Klang Bak Kut Teh (嘉宾 巴生肉骨茶)
62 Rangoon Road
Singapore 218352
Tel: +65 69007708
Nearest MRT: Farrer Park (NE Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon, Wed-Fri: 10am - 3pm, 5pm - 10pm
Sat-Sun: 10am - 10pm


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Featuring the new 'Zen' koi cake series.
We had the Taisho Koi ($8.90+) that has a white base overlaid by patterns of both red and black.
This consisted of a Roasted Green tea mousse, azuki bean, green tea crunch, almond sponge.

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From Jok Jok Mor; a new Thai establishment that replaced Jewel Cafe + Bar at Rangoon Road which specialises in Thai-style claypot porridge.

Going for the Mak Kum, all porridge choices on the menu are also available in the form of Mama Noodles; a great choice for those who prefer noodles over grains. Described as the porridge with a "distinctive zingy and refreshing porridge broth", the broth oh the Mak Kum actually includes tamarind juice as an ingredient to provide its lightly tangy flavour amidst the savoury note it carries by its own. The porridge comes default with elements such as pork ribs, minced pork, crab stick and egg; the minced pork providing a meaty bite and a contrast in the textural aspect of the dish, while the pork ribs add to that meatiness by providing a chunkier bite that is pretty tender with a chew. The egg, despite lacking a molten yolk, was still largely soft and a welcomed addition to the porridge, while the pork lard could have been better if it was more crisp; a little too soft and limp for my liking. Adding the chili flakes on the side is a must; helps to give it that fiery kick of spiciness that antes up the zingy notes of the porridge broth. Had not been to Thailand before, and certainly had not seen a similar item around but probably a good place to experience what Thai-style claypot porridge is all about.


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As a Teochew, I always adore and much prefer the peppery Teochew style Bak Kut Teh compared to its cousin, the herbal Hokkien style Bak Kut Teh.

Delicious is an understatement for one of Singapore’s best Bak Kut Teh. Everything was very balanced in terms of seasoning and in my humble opinion, other more familiar Bak Kut Teh brands out there pale in comparison to Ng Ah Sio, simply for its taste.

Dip the you tiao into this peppery pool of goodness, and eat the loin ribs ($11.03) with your hands for maximum pleasure.

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208 Rangoon Rd,
Hong Building,
Singapore 218453

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This is our 2nd visit. Used up all my 1 for 1 Beyond vouchers. Came back again for dinner as my dad really enjoyed the herbal bak kut teh. Food is still pleasant as our last visit! Worth a try!

Got the Bun Thit Nuong Cha Gio. (Soz not gna put in all the åúê thingies LOL) anw it was good, my pork was well marinated and the sauce wasn’t too sweet like So Pho imo. The fresh spring rolls thoooo it was defo too much noods hidin in there!! I still like Mrs Pho tho, q authentic even the employees are Vietnamese. Next time I’ll try to Ban Xeo Bc my momma rly likes that

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Ordered the following:
▪️Taisho Koi ($8.90)
204 Rangoon Rd
Hong Building
Singapore 218451
Opening hours 🕙
Tues - Thurs 1400 - 2200
Fri 1400 - 2300
Sat 1200 - 2300
Sun 1200 - 2200
Closed on Monday.
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If you're familiar with Non Entrée Desserts, you should know that they're popular for their desserts which resemble other desserts, snacks and even local food! Some of their past creations include a dessert which resembles kaya toast & eggs, a mega-sized Gem Biscuit inspired treat, and the Bak Chor Mee - which looks like a bowl of our beloved local noodles but which actually is a dessert! 😱 .

This time round, the folks at @nonentreedesserts have taken their ingenuity to the next level with a series of cakes ($8.90 each) which resemble Koi fishes - hence I call them 'fishcakes' (geddit?!) 🐟🍰 .

There are 5 desserts under their 'Zen' koi series and each koi possesses a unique look and its own distinctive flavour. We had the Taisho Koi which comprises roasted green tea mousse, azuki beans, green tea crunch and almond sponge. Silky smooth on the outside and spongy with hints of crunch from the green tea crunch on the inside, this koi was an enjoyable treat to eat though we were a little disappointed by the mild hojicha taste of the mousse 😔 .

I would still recommend trying this though as it's not everyday that you get to eat a real koi much less a dessert koi like this right? 😏

The set varies from $10-$15 depending on what meat you order. The set comes with 2 sides of which I ordered the chinchalok omelette and sayur masak lemak. The set also comes with a drink and a dessert. The chinchalok omelette could have been done better and was abit too dry (probably overcooked) for my liking. The sayur masak was tasty in that slightly spicy and rich coconut gravy and I like how toasted coconut flakes were sprinkled on top reinforced the coconut flavor. The beef rendang was the star of the show, the generously sized chunks could be pulled apart with a spoon and the thick gravy that coated it was sinful. Would have liked all the dishes to be hotter temperature wise though.