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Their 𝙈𝙤𝙘𝙝𝙖 (~$7.90) honestly felt kinda overpriced to me. With an obvious heavier chocolate flavour over the coffee, there was a slight imbalance here.

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Circuit breaker really got my body clock warped— hence the increased consumption of 𝘾𝙤𝙡𝙙 𝘽𝙧𝙚𝙬𝙨 (~$7) . This was a short tasting coffee, with the transition from different flavours taking place rather quickly.
The coffee flavour fell into a silky milky one fast, and it left a rather creamy coating in my mouth. Whilst I felt it was a tad too milky for my liking, I appreciated the smooth body of this brew.😌

Ig @goodfomood

Despite them being named after the famed Vietnamese noodle soup, we couldn't resist ordering the dry rice vermicelli with lemongrass grilled beef. It ended up being a huge hit. Fresh shredded lettuce, fragrant beef slices, tangy vinaigrette sauce and springy rice vermicelli made for a refreshing combo.

I was also super impressed with their delivery speed. They delivered on time (1 hour after I placed my order), despite the fact that I ordered during dinnertime and their store is not near my house. Impressive!

Price: $12

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Another series featuring their non caffeine cold brew options.

Comes in a set of 8 different flavours of cold brew. Only featuring 3 of the more mainstream drinks with caffeine here.

Stock up on some collagen with their Signature Pig’s Leg ($12)! 🌟 Lying beneath the thick layer of gelatinous skin that shines under the light is a layer of tender meat. 🐖 Liked that it wasn’t overly strong-flavoured, which complements the Hua Diao Wine Chicken which was richer taste-wise. 👌🏻

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Craving for some MEATS? 🤩 The Hua Diao Wine Chicken ($8.80/$17.50 for Small/Big) here at Jia Bin Klang Bak Kut Teh is certainly droolworthy. 🤤🤤🤤
Featuring a sizzling hot claypot filled with chunks of tender chicken thigh meat 🐔, I don’t think you can actually taste the wine but the meats were pretty aromatic! 😋 Drench your bowl of rice with the addictive savoury sauce & you’d be instantly satisfied! 💕

Bak Kut Teh must be one of Singapore’s most iconic food, in which many celebrities from overseas are huge fans of.

In Singapore, we typically get three styles of Bak Kut Teh which is the peppery Teochew style (the most commonly found), Hokkien style which incorporates dark soy sauce, and strong herbal-flavoured Cantonese style.

During this “Circuit Breaker” when many are isolated at home, sometimes it is good to have warm Bak Kut Teh that will be comforting to our bellies and soul.

These are 10 BKT stores with delivery services. More here:

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By virtue of the restaurant name, it is evident that pork ribs soup is the signature at @jiabinklangbakkutteh. 🤣 However, what really won my heart ❤ out of the dishes that I savoured was this POMfret! 🐟🐟🐟
Jia Bin seasonal steamed fish (seasonal price; ~$26 now) is cooked in 2 ways - either Hong Kong style (topped with sautéed black bean, chilli & garlic) 💕 or soya sauce style. I tried the former & really enjoyed the aromatic savoury sauce which complements the fresh fish! 😋😋😋
Premium white pomfret (白鲳鱼) is used 🌟, & the ultimate freshness is apparent from the taste-test - no fishy smell nor taste at all! 💯
Drench the sauce over your bowl of rice 🍚 & you might be having seconds. 🤤
📢PROMO📢 10% off all items with no minimum spend! 👏🏻 Jia Bin BKT also offers delivery & takeaway options 🚙 from 11am-9pm!

A stone’s throw away from Farrer Park MRT is Jia Bin Klang BAK Kut Teh, serving up Klang-style BKT. 🤩🤩🤩 Instead of peppery broth, you’ll be treated to a rich herbal broth that leaves you feeling rejuvenated! 💪🏻
Can’t go wrong with their signature - Jia Bin Bak Kut Teh (Soup) ($8.80/$17.50 for Small/Big)! 🔥 Featuring a mix of pork ribs, taupok (beancurd puff), pork belly, pig’s tail, stomach & intestine 🐖 in their traditional herbal broth, I can assure you that you would be asking for refills of that robust-tasting soup! 🥣 The kind of comforting bowl that is perfect for cold rainy days! 👍🏻
If you’re someone who prefers strong & rich flavours, their Jia Bin Bak Kut Teh (Dry) ($8.80/$17.50 for Small/Big) will be right up your alley! 💕 This claypot comprises a mix of pork cuts, pig’s stomach, intestine, dried cuttlefish & dried chilli stir fried with their herbal broth & dark sauce. 🤤🤤🤤 Do not be turned off by its black appearance - you will be pleasantly surprised by the intense flavours that it offers! ✔ This is my preferred rendition - perfect with rice! 😋
Have some side dishes to complete the meal! Be it youtiao (fried dough fritters, $2.50) 🌟 or a simple plate of salted vegetables ($3.50), they all complement the bak kut teh really well! 👌🏻 Their crispy beancurd skin ($2.50) is also a popular choice! 😉
Oh one more perk - all prices are nett (no GST & service charge!) ❤ Time to head down to 62 Rangoon Road with your family & friends to try it for yourself!

Their Bak Kut teh ($8.80) with their Signature special broth is something everyone will enjoy. Although it has a dark colour, the herbal broth is very light with a hint of sweetness. You can savour every single last drop of that delicious soup in your bowl, a comforting pot of herbal broth. .

We also tried a few of their specialty like Dry Bak Kut Teh ($8.80) a unique dish with a deeper flavour, Braised Pig Trotters ($7.50), Hua Diao Chicken ($8.80) and Steamed Promfret ($26-market price) which is very fresh and delicious. .
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62 Rangoon Road (S218352)

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Wanted to try both the Superior Spare Ribs and Premium Loin Ribs, and to taste if there’s any difference between the two. In order to differentiate them, I asked for less soup for the Superior Spare Ribs soup (bowl on the left in the pic).

The Superior Spare Ribs had approx equal proportion of both fats and lean meat, where the meat was Super tender. Meanwhile, the Premium Loin Ribs had little bit of fats and largely lean meat, and meat was equally tender.

Given both tasted about the same (at least to me), and the Premium Loin Ribs cost $2 more, I’d rather have the Superior Spare Ribs - as the meat is little less dry probably because there’s more fats accompanying the meat.