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I always prefer the white version of the bak kut teh over the black as the pepper taste is stronger. This shop served the black version bak kut teh, plus cze char. And they also have this mee sua which I like. Never did I expect that the stock is similar until I eat them side by side. The stock they use for the liver mee sua is similar to the bak kut teh. Only that the colour had been "lightened" by the mee sua. The bak Kut teh was great but I do think that the meat was really little on the por
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I always prefer the white version of the bak kut teh over the black as the pepper taste is stronger. This shop served the black version bak kut teh, plus cze char. And they also have this mee sua which I like. Never did I expect that the stock is similar until I eat them side by side. The stock they use for the liver mee sua is similar to the bak kut teh. Only that the colour had been "lightened" by the mee sua. The bak Kut teh was great but I do think that the meat was really little on the pork rib. There were several pieces of pork slices in the mee sua that I lost count.

Prefer to pay for the mee sua as I get to drink the well boiled soup and top with lean pork slices. Perfect!
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