251 Geylang Road
Singapore 389309

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Friday:
11:00am - 01:00am

Saturday:
11:00am - 01:00am

Sunday:
11:00am - 01:00am

Monday:
11:00am - 01:00am

Tuesday:
11:00am - 01:00am

Wednesday:
11:00am - 01:00am

Thursday:
11:00am - 01:00am

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Sizzling hot and intensively flavourful with its thick and dark sauce, cuttlefish, slices of okra and chilli. A little salty and spicy yet shiok at the same time. The strips of cuttlefish give out a very nice aroma and make it very addictive to chew with the sauce. The pork ribs were tender and evenly coated with the sauce. The portion of meat given was more compared to the soup version. All we had to do is to drizzle the sauce over a bowl of white rice and it will be gone in no time 》$10.50

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This place serves Klang, Malaysia-style BKT which is the herbal type. The broth was robust and pork ribs were tender that fell off the bone easily. We added a portion of beancurd skin which comes in large pieces and soaked up the flavours from the herbal soup. Not forgetting their dark sauce with chilli and lots of garlic. If you love garlic, you would definitely love how generous they are with the portion of minced garlic in there. There is nothing more comforting than having a piping hot claypot of BKT on a cold day 》$7

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Possibly the most popular, well-known stall for Malaysian style herbal BKT in Singapore.
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Served in a bubbling claypot packed with ingredients, their soup strikes a nice balance blending dark soy sauce, dang gui / angelica root, and other Chinese herbs, resulting in a lovely balanced herbal sweet savoury salty broth.
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The meaty pork ribs are tender and moist, coming easily off the bones, with sweet savoury herbal flavour. The pork belly is fatty with a succulent juicy bite, while the clean pig's intestines have a bouncy chew to texture and picks up the soup well.
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Leaves of crisp lettuce and sheets of crisp dried beancurd complete the claypot. I particularly love the taste of the broth paired with these.
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The pickled salted mustard greens have vegetal salty sweet notes, while the soft braised peanuts are savoury salty nutty in taste. Accompanied by fluffy sticky white rice with mild grainy sweet flavour.
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Bak Kut Teh
Leong Kee (Klang) Bak Kut Teh
@ 251 Geylang Road
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More details:
https://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.com/2021/11/best-of-singapore-hawkers-bak-kut-teh.html

$7.70

Can't really taste much of the "herbal" part of the dish, it's more like a normal mutton soup. Good amount of meat, which is tender and well layered with skin, fat and meat. The whe dish just had a little of the mutton taste and smell, not too strong.

Will probably skip this dish if I ever come back here again.

$7 for 3 chicken wings (3 drumlets + 3 wings)

This is both our favourite dish today. Love the texture and taste of the batter, amazingly good and not overdone. Chicken meat is tender too. Tastes great on its own and even better with the chilli sauce.

$11 for this dry bak kut teh.

Taste wise, it's really great. The meat is tender and comes off the bone quite easily. Tastes superb when dipped with the dark sauce that is cooked with cuttlefish (the maggie looking thing) which accentuates the taste. Goes well with rice.

Good portion but just thought the price is a bit steep especially compared to the other dishes there.

Hope to try their normal bak kut teh next time ($7.70).

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