Now that it's raining almost everyday, Bak Kut Teh is certainly comfort food for every soul.
It was a cold and rainy evening when X and I were driving around looking for something to eat when he came up with the idea of bak kut teh! We decided to try the one opposite Clarke Quay, which is also supposedly one of the best bak kut tehs in Singapore
There are numerous parking spaces near the outlet but be prepared to have to wait quite a long time for a lot
The place was packed when we got there. They have two shop spaces which are just a few metres away from each other. But both spaces were full. We waited for awhile before we got a table
Pork Ribs Soup - $6
Pork Tenderloin - $6
Premium loin ribs - $8.50
The meat was tender and the soup was good! It wasn't too peppery and we had youtiaos to go along with the soup too. I prefer black to white bak kut teh actually because I don't like the strong pepper taste in white bak kut tehs but this was just right for me!
X and I both love braised peanuts haha so this was a must-order
The two of us were extremely full after all these, a bowl of rice and a glass of barley each. Even though the place was packed, service was efficient and we received our dishes shortly after placing our orders. This place is definitely a great choice for dinner on a cold and wet evening! It's raining now, and as I'm typing this, I'm craving for a piping hot bowl of bak kut teh
Where's your favourite place for bak kut teh?
11 New Bridge Road
Tuesday to Sunday : 7am - 10pm
K's rating of Song Fa Bak Kut Teh : 7.5/10
(based on food and service)