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Signature Dishes
Bak Kut Teh Claypot Rice
Review (2)
Had dinner 2 weeks ago at Ah Teck Herbal Claypot Bak Kut Teh. Wow I really love their bak kut teh! The strong aroma of the herbs and condiments just makes you want to gobble down the soup! The soup is very flavourful and tasty, not too salty and you cant really taste much msg in it. Their pork ribs is good too! very soft and tender and there is a thin layer of fats to make it smoother. Yum yum! continue reading
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Level4 2011-07-21
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Tried the Bak Kut Teh noodles for the first time. It is rather special. Firstly, the soup tasted a little sweet, which was different from the usual peppery Bak Kut Teh. Probably due to the herbs infused in it. Occasionally, you may spot 1 or 2 wolfberries in it. Drank all the soup! (Only to feel thirsty after that. Probably a tad too much MSG in the soup?!)Secondly, the meat was substantial, unlike some other pathetic ribs I ate before which were either mostly fats or bones. However, I would prefer the meat to be softer, the type where you can practically lick the meat off the bones! Ha! This one, there's still a chewy texture to it. So, not my fav ribs yet!Thirdly, there's a taupok inside! Extraordinary addition to the dish but nonetheless, welcomed! (Could throw in a potato piece too! Ha!)Lastly, this dish by default is served with yellow noodles. It didn't exactly go well for me. If I'm ordering this dish next round, I'll ask for beehoon (if possible!). I suppose the texture from beehoon would complement the taste of the dish better. Pork Rib (aka Bak Kut Teh) Noodles - $3.50 continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)