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It’s raining again… but that doesn’t dampen my enthusiasm to eat good food! 🤭

Warming myself up on this chilling evening with Teochew-style bak kut teh from Outram Park Ya Hua Rou Gu Cha. Besides the crowd-pleasing tasty and peppery Spare Ribs Soup, the Braised Tau Kua (Beancurd) is a must-try! 😋

I also love how Ya Hua allows us to choose between fatty or lean Braised Pork’s Trotters. We had to go with the leaner one to look after our waistline but if fats mean flavour to you then whatever floats your boat. 😘

I recall their Spare Ribs was good, so decided to have it again. Also, wanted to try their Pork Liver. I was impressed with the Liver - it was cooked to the right texture - it was soft and smooth with had a bite to it! I ordered this via delivery, and they did a good job with packing the liver and soup separately, so the liver would not be over-cooked.

There were 3 pieces of Spare Ribs, where there were some fats with the meat; and the meat was tender enough. 👍

So, decided to try their Spare Ribs and Premium Spare Ribs today. No bad - tender meat with some fats (so it’s not too dry). Soup base wise - I thought it to be a little too dark for my taste. I prefer the white / clear soup.

Overall, it’s still good.

the soup was slightly peppery without the spice overwhelming the rich taste of pork bones in the soup. side dishes were pretty normal but will def come back for the soup!

It was a feast on the dining table with a group of friends, but the star of the evening was still stolen by the Spare Ribs Soup (S$8.00). Even without paying that additional S$2.00 for the premium ribs, the amount of meat in this bowl was straightforwardly sufficient. The soup was lighter and not so peppery, but the flavours were just on point for the perfect excuse to get unlimited refills of the tasty soup.

And as a group dinner, we also ordered many other dishes for sharing. Personally, I liked the Braised Fried Beancurd (S$5.00 for Large) and the Braised Pig’s Trotters (S$10.00 for Large) for a little more braised profile to the dinner. The pig trotters, in particular, was quite meaty and was not like getting a large slab of collagen and fats in the face.

Not a big fan of Bak kut teh to begin with, so this was just ordinary to me. Actually thought the dishes were pretty salt - they made my throat pretty dry. The pork wasn’t as tender as well.. in fact I found song fa BKT to be of a higher standard than this.

Rating: 2.5/5

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