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257 Jalan Kayu
Singapore 799485

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One of the nicest bak ku teh
- affordable
- $8/pax ++
- suitable for date night / groups

Deviating from the usual rich broth convention is this featured right here!

The rich and luxurious gravy is created by reducing the tasty bak kut teh soup and high quality dark soya sauce. The dish is then enhanced with sprigs of dried chilli and slivers of dried cuttlefish and crunchy lady fingers.

One word to sum it up, SHIOK 😋
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


Enjoy coming here every 3-4 months☺️
Food is decently priced with side dishes, main bak kut teh soup, added enoki mushroom and beancurd skin etc.

This fills 2 people and is about $12 per person!!😍💯

Food is served quickly as well and staff are efficient👍🏻 Would recommend this to all who crave for bakkutteh because you wont be disappointed😛

Tender pork ribs coated in dark soy sauce. It comes with dried chilli, thinly sliced cuttlefish, lady’s finger and pig stomach 》$7.50 / Small


Comes with pork ribs, intestines and liver. The taste of the soup has a nice balance between savoury and herbal. I love to top it up with additional tau kee (beancurd skin) coz they were really go the piping hot soup. The staff here were helpful and friendly. They kept refilling our soup without us having to get their attention 👍

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I don't know about you, but when it comes to Bak Kut Teh, I am all for the herbal, "black" style. Think JB, or better yet think Klang's standard (the home of BKT. I kid you not, they hold annual BKT competition to rank their BKT stores). Thankfully, Soon Huat is within the vicinity for my BKT quick fix. Soon Huat, is somewhat like Malaysian BKT and yet somehow lack the strong porky-herbal broth that I like. It is only good, when you need tea to wash down the BKT. Their dry version, fared better but it would great if it's slightly strongly. The meat portion is fairly generous, what's on the table is enough for 3 pax. And those large intestines are soft and well cleaned out with their slightly thicker braised sauce. Great meal overall, if you are sick of pratas and roti-johns when you are in that area.