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Introduction
The stall is located at East Coast Lagoon Food Village continue reading
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Signature Dishes
Bak Kut Teh Pork Leg
Review (2)
Level4 2015-01-08
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See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/01/08/good-ter-kar-pig-trotters-lunch-han-jia-east-coast-lagoon-food-village-on-7jan2015/i didn’t have great ter kar (pig trotters) the last time at han jia bakuteh & pork leg, easy coast lagoon food village. 2 good friends took it upon themselves to convince me otherwise, so we had a 4pax lunch there on 7.1.2014. they felt that the trotters were overcooked & too soft at dinner time, and lunch time was the right time to try the trotters. there was a short queue, my friend bought lunch & ordered 1 trotter each. there goes my 10km jog! ^^ was it good? well, i couldn’t say it wasn’t. it was good.but was it any special? i didn’t think it was. i think the ones at ng ah sio bakuteh, song fa bakuteh were just as good, and same for lao ah tee, rong cheng etc. & the ones at 幸福潮州小食 pig trotter at whampoa market probably better in look & texture. the one i like most was at zion road hawker centre quite a while back, probably not there now. one friend who generally has a better palate than i said it was very “pang”, and indeed it was. i put it down to personal taste. for pork trotters, i like it to be “kar kar” where the meat texture, the bite is gelatinous. this was indeed less soft than the last & overall pretty ok, but not near the perfect gelatinous texture i like. if anything i prefer my own braised pig trotters – the colour, texture & taste, and here. anyway, it is a matter of personal preference. ^^ kidney & liver soup was good, not special also. taupok was average. i didn’t like the buay chai much, prefer the chai buay at teochew muay stalls better. overall it was a good lunch, good friends, cool weather, nice food. i always like ter kar though don’t eat that often, and 1 ter kar is a big large portion for 1pax. continue reading
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