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Despite the nostalgic notion of the restaurant name, I was pleasantly surprised at the technology which are found in this Bak Kut Teh place.Firstly, there are two induction cooker plates installed under the table so one can continue heating up the soup. Secondly, there are also two iPads installed under each table. So one just have to pull out the drawer to get access to the menu and place orders. Seatings here are all spacious. Service here is quick, the staff are approachable and attentive. I
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Despite the nostalgic notion of the restaurant name, I was pleasantly surprised at the technology which are found in this Bak Kut Teh place.

Firstly, there are two induction cooker plates installed under the table so one can continue heating up the soup. Secondly, there are also two iPads installed under each table. So one just have to pull out the drawer to get access to the menu and place orders.
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Seatings here are all spacious. Service here is quick, the staff are approachable and attentive. I didn't have to wait for too long to get soup topped up.

Ordered a small Dry Bak Kut Teh ($9.10) which is one of the recommended dish. It is the first time I heard of a dry version, I guess it is one of their innovative creation. It was served in a clay pot and actually I think it was more like a Claypot Pork Ribs. The dark-coloured sauce was nothing distinctly-flavoured. It came with some Okra but didn't have the slimy texture. Overall, the dish was nothing extraordinary, I would have preferred to spend it on the normal soup version of Bak Kut Teh.

A big bowl of Pork Ribs soup costs $10.40. The portion of pork ribs was generous enough for me and my friend. The meat was tender while the soup was full of flavour. It was not too peppery, unlike how overwhelmingly peppery the soup is in some other places
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In addition, I was very happy to see the various sauces displayed at the counter in the center. I like the one with the minced soybean indeed to complement the meat.
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For side dishes, I ordered Tang O (a type of uncommon vegetables) and a bowl of 梅菜. The portion of Tang O ($7.80) was really small since it is usually quite more expensive as compared to other more common types of veggie. The 梅菜 was appetizing and tasted not too salty.
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In conclusion, I am more than satisfied with the food here. I might be slightly biased haha as I really like the minced Soybean sauce. I would surely return to the place since it is conveniently located near my house. But hmm maybe would give the Dry Bak Kut Teh a miss ><
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2014-02-17
Spending Per Head
$15 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Dry Bak Kut Teh