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Claypot Liver Kway Chap Pork Rib Soup Pumpkin Rice
食評 (10)
等級4 2014-02-27
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This stall is located at the innermost lane of the food centre from the main road. I spotted quite a number of tables having food from this stall so I thought it must be good. My boyfriend and I got the pork rib soup and pig trotters to share among the 2 of us.Pig Trotters: We got the smallest portion which was just right for both of us. The sauce was on the watery side which was good, if it's a thick gravy we will get sick of it really quickly. The pig trotters, both meat and skin, were tender and melt-in-your-mouth and had absorbed the flavours from the sauce. There were also some mushroom pieces in this dish.Pork Rib Soup: This pork rib soup/ bak kut teh was the herbal kind and not the peppery type. I would have preferred of there was a stronger herbal taste and fragrance and the soup was thicker. Some of the pork ribs were slightly tough whole some were rather tender. If you bring the claypot back to the stall they will refill the soup for you 繼續閱讀
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As our taste buds are most probably accustomed to the common version of peppery Bak Kut Teh, some might not welcome the change of the taste of the soup this stall offers.The soup has an aromatic pleasing herbal taste which appeals very much to me. Sadly, you can't ask for free refill like other usual Bak Kut Teh place. A Claypot of Pork Rib soup for one person costs $4. The soup was full of flavour while the pork ribs meat was tender to chew. Ordered a side dish of Mushroom Kailan ($3) which complemented the meal nicely If you don't mind trying the herbal soup taste, this is a change from the usual Bak Kut Teh. Food quality is good and fresh and reasonably-priced. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-06-30
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The FoodI ordered the Kway Chap set for 1 person and is one of the best "Kway" I have ever tasted. The Kway is perfectly blended with the right amount of dark braised soup and garnished with fried spring onions. The Kway has fully absorbed the flavour and essence from the braised soup hence making it very tasty and surprisingly, the braised soup is not salty at all. Usually the Kway Chap comes with many types of ingredients to choose from but for this stall, the standard items comes with Eggs, Peanut, Intestines and Tau Pok which is quite unique. The Peanut and Tau Pok is perfectly stewed till it's nice and soft and the Intestines are very fresh and thoroughly cleaned without any innards smell. The PriceReasonably priced at $3++ hence value for moneyOverallI will definitely come back again and highly recommended to try this! 繼續閱讀
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等級3 2012-12-14
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Leon Kee sells mainly pork ribs soup that is cooked in a thick herbal broth. The soup will come in a small claypot which keeps it warm while you enjoy it slowly with your bowl of rice. The pork ribs are rich with the flavor of the herbs and cooked long enough so that the meat comes off easily from the bones.They also sell prawn noodles in a claypot and braised pork trotters which are very good as well. The pork trotters is tender but not overcooked.Long ago, they used to sell their bak kut teh with real tea - you can order Chinese tea to go with your bak kut teh soup but due to space constraints, they have stopped doing so. What a pity... 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2012-11-29
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One of my favorite place for Bah Kut Teh. The soup is clear , not too thick and it comes with a herbal taste. The herbal taste is just nice, not too overwhelming , instead it brings out the freshness of the soup. The Pork Ribs are so tender not like some which are too tough and hard to bite. The best part is it is served in a piping hot claypot which some how i feel it makes it taste better. 繼續閱讀
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