23 Apr '12, 4am
メモメモ・・ RT @das720: 今はMBSのフードコートに支店ありますが。 ～今度行ってみよう。RT @XavierKotaro: 19日、シンガポールの人気店で末娘と一緒に肉骨茶するタクシン http://t.co/F4Qzuc7W
Instead of charcoal-stoves for boiling kettles of water for making tea, the eatery uses safer, modern hotplates with adjustable heat. Best of all, the Bak Kut Teh still tasted the same here - a regular, who used to visit the Rangoon outlet, concurred with me. He was one of the East region residents who flocked to the new outlet after its opening. The spare pork rib combo, which had both the smaller chopped ribs and a longer rib, was very satisfying. The soup tasted meaty, salty, peppery hot and garlicky. It was a richer, tastier version than what I had at the Rangoon outlet and the foodcourt outlet at Marina Bay Sands. Although the pork was just as good as before, the soup still lacked a certain collagen-richness that I enjoyed a few years ago, when the founder, Mr Ng Siak Hai, served me personally. As my favourite pork trotters were sold out, I ordered a new dish - the bi...