Signature Dishes
Bak Kut Teh Pig's Kidney Soup
Review (2)
Level3 2013-06-27
I was looking for lighting for my new room, my dad and mom suggested Mohammad Sultan because there are many shops around that area. We were looking for a quick bite, we parked at UE square and walked over. We reached the corner of the road which is this shop which sells bak kut teh. My dad did not wanted to waste time so we decided to settle for this place for dinner.Probably, I would say I might not come again because of the food and services. We sat down, my dad went to place the order and shortly after it's served. We have 3 bak kut teh, 1 pig liver soup, 1 preserved vegetable, 1 you tiao, 1 pig trotters and 3 rice. It cost about $40 for 3 pax, for this price I would rather spend it on Keppel Bak Kut Teh.Let's start with the first service they serve us. They placed the food down pretty unwillingly, and my dad was almost got burnt by the soup. The server did not even apologise. Pretty bad service. We wanted to order drinks, we place our hands up but no one came over until about 10 mins later. We tried to convince ourselves they were busy.The pork ribs was horrible, the meat is so stiff, the soup taste like pepper with water and nothing taste okay to me. Somehow, my dad likes the soup. He wanted more, so I told him I would help him to ask for refill. When I walk over, I was greeted by an unwelcome face "black face", I ask for more soup, she gave it so unwillingly. Well, I would pay if the refill needs to be paid for, I won't mind. But as for the bad service, I was really upset with it.Overall, I would never never come back to a place with bad service and they don't even serve good food. continue reading
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Level4 2011-08-28
Headed over to this Bak Kut Teh stall along Mohammed Sultan, River Valley Road for supper after a night out.This stall opens till really late, I'm not sure if it's 24 hours. They serve the black peppery soup base range of bak kut teh. The name, bak kut teh, literally translates as "meat bone tea", and, at its simplest, consists of meaty pork ribs simmered in a complex broth of herbs and spices. I had this with a bowl of rice and a shared pork knuckle.The meat was lean and tender; it fell of its bone easily, not needing tedious effort to chew. The soup is fragrant and tasty. continue reading
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