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Address

208 Rangoon Road
Hong Building
Singapore 218453

Friday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

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Price

~$15/pax

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Reviews at Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh (Rangoon Road)

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Whenever someone asks what is the best Bak Kut Teh in Singapore, someone would mention "That one at Rangoon road". Tried it at last!

At first look, I thought it was herbal BKT, but it's actually the peppery type. The soup has more body than the lighter type and is slighty viscous. One taste of the soup and instantly "This is one of the better BKT I had."

The side dish were superb as well. The large intestine and kidney is thoroughly clean and doesn't have that tainted smell to it.

Will come again!

Probably the most requested “bak kut teh” by friends visiting from overseas, the “Ng Ah Sio” outlet on Rangoon Road is the one I like to take them to.
The “Signature Spare Ribs” ($10.50+) is my must-have because the meat clinging onto those long, slender bones is simply more tender.
Another item I think is done very well here is the “Kiam Chye Buay”. The preserved vegetable is simmered till fall-apart soft and tastes just right. I feel it helps to offset this brand’s strong peppery soup very well.
One thing to note - on my most recent visit, I was disappointed by their “You Char Kway” (fried dough stick or 油条). It kind of hardened to a chewy thing upon deflating when soaked in the soup. Not sure if they changed supplier as I remember it being better before.

After trying this BKT, I can’t think of any better version than this in Singapore. The peppery taste of this BKT is more fragrant and spicy than the rest and the soup is a slightly thicker broth. If you are a first timer, you should try the Premium Spare Ribs. The meat is so tender that you can peel it off from the bones with minimal effort.

If you guys follow me then you know Founder’s Bak Ku Teh is one my top Bak Ku Teh places but this time I have found a place even better. And everyone agrees.
The Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh at Rangoon Road has to be hands down the best Bak Ku Teh I had till date. The difference from the other places is their soup which is thicker in consistency and also way more peppery. So you can imagine why I like it so much. The portions were also more. The meat was tender and juicy and falls off the bone. Their sides of pork kidney and braised eggs were also really good.

Pro Tip: They serve unlimited soup so don’t stop.

Chanced upon this place after seeing two reviews on Burpple from my colleagues who mentioned how this place serves one of the best BKT in Singapore... within 5 minutes the word was out and I’ve convinced our team to head on down for lunch to investigate this claim for ourselves. (We normally head to Founder’s).

I love the ambience of the place and the decor, and while there’s no air conditioning... it somehow takes you back to the old days of how this dish was enjoyed. The broth is the star of the show here, and they offer unlimited refills that seem to get better and better after every refill. The pork is soft, tender and you can tell it’s really good quality pork that they use. I’ll recommend that you get their side dishes to go with your BKT, and make sure you dip every bite into that thick soya sauce and chilli combination!

For me, this is the best peppery bak kut teh in Singapore! Peppery and dense broth - the same after refills. Go for the premium pork ribs, they're really good.

Premium S.Rib Soup $10.50
Pork spare + Pork Rib combo $8.50
Tang Oh $5.50
Peanut $2.80
TauKua + TauPok $2.80

Just because I'm not a big fan of the typical Teo Chew style bak kut teh in strong peppery soup.
The braised pig trotters here was a tad too tough and bland. While Founder Bak Kut Teh on the other hand, serves pretty good braised pig trotters. So... One vote for FBKT!☝😋

The extremely peppery and concentrated dark broth of Ng Ah Sio's "bak kut teh" was a hit with my Hong Kong friends and myself. More so than the much paler, light-tasting one at Founder's at Hotel Boss that we had a few days earlier. I like that this place also offer two kinds of black sauce for dipping - one salty and one sweet (this has a thicker consistency).

Enjoyed the peppery bak kut teh, you tiaos and of course some braised pig skin for added collagen! Happy weekend everyone!

wow this is so peppery! sweating like crazy in this weather

It's rather a good weather Saturday to start with a good bowl of Bak Kut Teh ... My boy and I decides to drop by to this well known place... Located within walking distance from Farrer Park mrt station. Ordered personal portion (1 person) spare pork rib combo. It's served with generous amount of ribs&meat with free flow of soup! Their soup is rich in flavor and trust me, you can really finish it by yourself! We had two bowls of soup. If you love Teochew style Bak Kut Teh, you should really head over for one! They have other branches too! $7.50 (exclude rice) worth a try

Bak kut teh soup was just decent, seasoned with plenty of soya sauce to give it flavour. Both spare and pork ribs were pretty tough. Youtiao wasn't fragrant enough, didn't feel the shiokness when dipping it into the soup. Place is large and spacious though, conducive to eat with a large group! Do call in advance to book!

Havnt come here in a while, but surprisingly not too bad. Soup could be more robust, but at least ribs were tender.
Service was good! Maybe cos she thought I was a tourist from Hong Kong or Taiwan.
你是本地人? 看不出!

Nice Saturday brunch. Tastes similar to Song Fa, but more peppery.

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