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Telephone
6291 4537
Introduction
It remains a firm favourite with both local and foreigners and this is one of many place diners would come to savour a truly original bowl of Bak Kut Teh. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
07:00 - 22:00
Mon
Closed
Tue - Sun
07:00 - 22:00
Payment Method
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.ngahsio.com
Signature Dishes
Bak Kut Teh Kung Fu Tea Spare Ribs Soup
Review (20)
Level1 2019-01-27
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酒店附近有2間著名肉骨茶店,步行距離只是10-20分鐘左右;今天就來吃黃亞細肉骨茶。經典肉骨茶只需S$7.8還有綜合肉骨茶 (即排肉及龍排)而且還有數顆蒜頭!濃濃的肉骨茶氣味散發,先喝一口湯,比之前一間更濃口味,胡椒拌著肉骨,加上差不多半顆蒜頭,味道非常濃郁!吃了一半左右,店員會前來送上肉骨湯;而且還可以添喝,我好像添了三次還是四次哩~這間的肉骨茶味道很濃厚,而且胡椒味頗多,感覺吃過後不會患感冒,哈~ continue reading
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Level2 2017-01-05
412 views
問問人星洲肉骨茶哪一檔最好,總有人會推介「阿水」,阿水?即就是「亞細」黃亞細肉骨茶餐室喇,「阿水」是老一輩由福建來的移民所讀的發音!現場所見,由於時間早,不是有很多人,至少鋪內還有很多空位子。睇資料說肉骨茶分為新加坡的潮州派和馬來西亞的福建派,前者就落較少藥材,味道比較清淡,反而多了陣陣稍重的胡椒味,夏天飲有醒神的感覺;後者就下得藥材較多,所以味道比較濃郁,略帶甘苦,冬天飲有暖胃的作用,更可提高身體抵抗力。身處星洲,食到的自然是較淡的潮州派肉骨茶啦。招牌肉骨湯,很有趣,餐牌中文用了肉骨湯,又不是肉骨茶呢。份量不是很多,一碗有3條肉骨,其實淨肉得幾口,不過,湯裡的胡椒幾香,飲起來確是比加重藥材的福建派清新點。可能習慣了以為肉骨茶都是濃味,所以,初頭喝下時感覺怪怪的!鮮灼豬潤 ,是店內另一人氣之選,豬潤吃時新鮮無臊豬味,切得薄,口感帶爽,當然整碗湯也是重點,一定要喝完一滴不留。肉骨茶通常都和白飯或油條蘸來食,再配醬油、碎紅椒來吊吊味。所以,我們當然也點了炸油條和一碗大白飯同吃。有時太太都會在家煲羅漢果水,我都很喜歡喝,加上外間此刻都頗熱,所以,也點了一杯自制羅漢果涼茶來試試,果真有驚喜,冰凍的羅漢果涼茶,飲落很順喉,令人感覺很清涼,好過飲汽水啦。 continue reading
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Level4 2015-07-15
262 views
See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/07/14/just-average-bakuteh-ng-ah-sio-on-11jul2015/we were at civil service club at tessensohn road on 11.7.2015. it was closed to 4pm. 4 of us decided to go ng ah sio at rangoon road nearby to have bakuteh.i have not come to this ng ah sio for the longest time, maybe 10 years, but i have been to ng ah sio at chui huay lim a few times & my experience there was good. the prime ribs were expensive, 2 pieces for S$8.50. soup was good, one friend said ng ah sio always too peppery. i thought so too, but found it quite ok this time. but i am more the rib person than soup person. we ordered 2 bowls prime ribs + 1 bowl spare ribs to share among 4pax. one friend was especially impressed with the ribs which were fork tender falling off the bones. for me i prefer a firmer texture like i used to enjoy at rong cheng 榕城 in sin min (though i hardly go there now as it is so easy to make my own bakuteh at home). i guess it is personal preference thingy.everyone loved the pig skin, no fat, all collagen, or so we had ourselves believed.^^ peanuts etc were usual. i don’t normally take extra dishes when i eat bakuteh since i mostly go for the ribs. you char kueh was soft as i expected. usually “lau hong” pre-cut in a bowl. nothing much to say about the veg. mee sua ok i guess, can replace rice for less carbs. ^^ overall it was just average for me. for S$8.50, i can do my own bakuteh (using 1/2kg fresh indonesian pork ribs from sheng shiong or 1kg of frozen ribs from chinatown market) at home as it is the easiest thing to make. there are so many good bakuteh places in singapore. for the more recent ones i been to, i still like rong cheng bakuteh best, & song fa bakuteh & also ng ah sio at chui huay lim. last time i went to lao ah tee bakuteh at boon keng i did not like it so much. continue reading
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I have eaten numerous times at Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh (or Pork Ribs) Eating House. This has got to be a must try dish in our garden city island - Singapore.I've tried both the Rangoon main branch and the newer branch at Tanjong Katong area. The quality is consistent and the restaurants are equally packed during the peak eating hours.The soup has a unique aroma and blend of herbs and pepper mixture. The soup combination is made of up of fresh pork ribs, garlic and a blend of Ng Ah Sio herbs which attracts both locals and tourists alike to their store. I would usually order either the lime juice drink or hot chinese tea to cool the spiciness in the soup due to the strong peppery blast. The soup and ingredients are usually boiled over a long period of time as you would be able to notice the garlic and pepper residue at the bottom of the bowl. Avoid going during the hot days as drinking down this peppery soup may cause you to sweat in your clothes. The best time to go is during the rainy days.For the full review, you may review to: http://adriennehoxy.com/ng-ah-sio-bak-kut-teh/ continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-20
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The location was by the main road so very easy to spot; the interior was spacious and brightly lit. The small touches of decor strewn around the restaurant were rather delightful in their simplicity.The Beau had the Signature Pork Ribs Soup while I had the Signature Spare Ribs Soup. The meat was tender and the soup was heavily peppered, giving it a strong taste very welcoming especially on a rainy evening as such.It was tasty but the flavor was lighter, unlike one of its competitors' in the vicinity. I was also hoping they would have the ribs + innards soup, but over here they do not serve it.We also had some rice, you tiao (fried dough rolls), xiao bai cai veg and braised egg along with the soup.Overall, the food and service here was better than average. The portions may look deceptively small, but they were very filling. Like many Bak Kut Teh restaurants, one may ask for refill of soup as well.For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/12/dinner-at-ng-ah-sio-bak-kut-teh-rangoon.html continue reading
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