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26 Sin Ming Road
#01-117 Midview City
Singapore 573971

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09:00am - 09:00pm

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After Rong Cheng Bak Kut Teh completed their renovation a couple of months back, the space in Midview City also offered some local breakfast and Ban Mian, converting the spacious restaurant into a cosy “kopitiam”-style eatery.

One of their new stalls sell Ban Mian, which had a seemingly clearer soup than most other Ban Mians in Singapore. I felt that the Slice Poro Belly Ban Mian (S$5.00) was overpriced, with baby-sized meatballs, petite portion of handmade noodles and a soup that seemed to lack that wee bit of umami layer to it. As a personal preference, I prefer handmade noodles with some chewiness to it, whereas this one could also do more of. On the whole, this was an average Ban Mian that can be easily forgettable.



Ratings: 6.5/10
Comments: broth was tad to the bland side, tasted more garlic taste than the authentic enriched bkt soup that you get else where, average tasting liver & kidney soup as well, standard dropped from the previous times I was there! Quite disappointing! 🤔 #burpple

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Price: $18 with one plain rice and a small side dish.
The Sea Cucumber is a highly prized delicacy that is rich in collagen and has no cholestrol. Succulent in texture, it absorbs all the essence of the pork rib soup. elevating the taste. It's simply a perfect marriage of flavours!


First taste of the very first Sea Cucumber Bak Kut Teh in SG and as odd as it sounds, the two seemingly different elements worked really well together, with the nutritious addition providing a nice subtle sweetness to the lightly peppered soup. Rong Cheng specially sourced these quality wild sea cucumbers (黄玉参) and they are stewed in claypots for hours before serving. Lots of collagen and health benefits packed in just this one pot! Soup refills for this is unavailable as each serving is prepared individually, but they are more than happy to provide refills of its original BKT broth.

The Signature Dragon Pork Ribs Soup isn’t the overwhelmingly peppery sort, comfortable to slurp bowls of them down. However, if you do like your BKTs more peppery, feel free to ask for more. Also, I liked the cloves of garlic that you can easily crush and mix in for an added kick of heat and garlicky flavour.

Don't forget to get their $1 Homemade Organic Soya Beancurd, its super silky smooth and slurp worthy texture easily puts it up against the other popular variations and I'll choose theirs anytime! 😍

A huge thank you to Lionel, Melissa and @rongchengbakkutteh for the warm hospitality and kind invite! 🙆🏻

📍荣城肉骨茶 Rong Cheng Bak Kut Teh
Midview City
Blk 26 Sin Ming Lane, Unit 01-114
Singapore 573971


The place was pretty ulu for us, but packed with families enjoying their BKT broth on a Sunday afternoon.
Did you know that @rongchengbakkutteh is one of the first to bring in the Dragon Bone Ribs ($10 a set) along with clear broth? They didn't stop there and created the nutritious BKT with Sea Cucumber ($18 a set). Served in a claypot to retain the warmth of the broth for a longer time. The soup was also much more thicker.
This was a hosted tasting by @ronghuabkt. Thanks @ksherena for extending the invite 🙆🏻


Having a bak kut teh can also be nutritious with sea cucumber ($17.5/$18 set meal with a small dish for a limited time only) added in it. The peppery soup base is made from hours of careful boiling with pork bones to create a comforting broth! With the sea cucumber, it took away some of the peppery notes but added a more savoury taste to it.