A little joy over here is that New Manlee offers Black Herbal Soup for the Malaysia Style and White Peppery Soup as the Singapore Style.
Quencher - Hoji Tea ($1.90), Kum Quat Nectar ($2.50), plain water ($0.30)
Though the white version is a more popular version in Singapore which uses premium peppercorns and garlic, alongside other herbs,giving the broth a distinguished comforting peppery warmth
Ordering makes easier to the tech savvy us with ipad attach to every table and you can simply place your ordering via this device.
Comes in 3 sizes for different number of pax and this herbal soup base includes vegetables, golden mushroom, button mushrooms and fried bean curd skin with choice of topping.
Herbal Soup Hotpot for 3 - $17.70
The hotpot was kept warm throughout our dining session with a burner below,
Topping up the herbal soup with another set of Premium Pork Ribs at $6.90, they are tender with meat falling off from the bone.
Premium Pork Ribs - $6.90
Also besides having those tender loving pork ribs, we had pig's stomach to complement the soup. Unlike the premium pork ribs, these stomach are not braised.
Pig's Stomach - $2.90
Dough Fritters are the NOT to skip items in Bah Kut Teh as they were so good in soaking up the Herbal soup and tastes good.
Dough Fritters - $2
Being the usual us, we ordered the greens to balance out the meat intake. Texture of You Mai was crunchy and well prepared.
You Mai - $7.90
You can choose to order half or a whole for this delicious Fried Tofu. The thin layer of crispy top later covering up the wobby nutritiously good beancurd.
Fried Tofu - $5.90
All of us tend to be quite thirsty after the meal. With so many Bah Kut Teh stall increasingly launching in the neighbourhood malls, I will say that I'm still in the search of good herbal Bak Kut Teh in Singapore.
Keep it up!