22 Feb '17, 11pm

In Jurong, there is a Halal version of locals’ favourite “Bak Kut Teh” dish! https://t.co/l3hUETpDc6

In Jurong, there is a Halal version of locals’ favourite “Bak Kut Teh” dish! https://t.co/l3hUETpDc6

Strictly following the instructions and methods given by a Malaysian chef, the folks at Padi Emas use 14 types of herbs for the broth. There are common herbs such as danggui, cinnamon, star anise, wolf berries, and a couple of secret ingredients. To be honest, I’m not a huge fan of mutton, but Padi Emas’ Lamb Kut Teh has no gamey taste. Each spoonful of broth is flavourful with deep herbal flavours. The lamb ribs are tender, with a good mixture of lean meat and fatty layers. Remember to dip the ribs into their super shiok sambal balachan, which is tangy and fiery at the same time. Each portion of Lamb Kut Teh costs $7, and is best savoured on a cool rainy day. There is also Beef Kut Teh ($6) available here.

Full article: https://www.misstamchiak.com/padi-emas-coffeeshop/

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