18 Jun '17, 3am

Report: Bak kut teh a ‘Singapore dish’ https://t.co/beoBMQYf95

Report: Bak kut teh a ‘Singapore dish’ https://t.co/beoBMQYf95

Tools Increase Text Decrease Text Reset Text Print Article The picture depicts the Hokkien style ‘bak kut teh’ that has darker soup, and is more common in Malaysia. — file pic KUALA LUMPUR, June 18 — A Singapore news outlet claimed that ‘bak kut teh’ is a Singaporean dish after it reported that a Japanese man opened a ‘bak kut teh’ restaurant in Tokyo. Channel News Asia reported that Akihiro Takahashi, 43, was on a business trip to Singapore when he had his first taste of the fragrant Chinese-origin pork rib broth. “I was fascinated by how delicious it was … The taste was impactful,” he was quoted as saying. “At the start, Bak Kut Teh looks like a very simple dish but in just one mouthful, you can taste pepper, garlic and the juiciness of pork meat. I became so obsessed that I went to try another Bak Kut Teh shop,” he was quoted as saying. While the actual origin of ‘bak k...

Full article: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/report...

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