531A Upper Cross Street
#01-72 Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
Singapore 051531

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04:30pm - 08:00pm

04:30pm - 08:00pm

04:30pm - 08:00pm

04:30pm - 08:00pm

04:30pm - 08:00pm

04:30pm - 08:00pm

04:30pm - 08:00pm

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Meat is very tender, serving is pretty fulfilling. I really like this bakkut teh and for $5.50, it’s very worth it!

For those of you who love the herbal variety of bak kut teh, this is one place you can consider. The stall opens for breakfast and serves bak kut teh at $5! The soup was flavourful, although I thought the pork was a little too tough for my liking. Although I prefer the peppery version of bak kut teh (e.g., at Song Fa), I would consider coming here for a change every now and then :)

Located in Hong Lim Market a few stall away from the famous Hokkien Street Bak Kut Teh, I personally feel this one is better in flavour. It has a stronger herbal taste and their yam rice is very nice.

Not the usual pepper soup, this is the herbal soup base that added with dark soya sauce.

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Fab herbal soup and they were generous with the thick cut liver that was super fresh and cooked just right! Tender to the last piece. Bit pricey at $7 but well worth it

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My friend recommended me to try the pig liver mee sua & I decided to went there on Friday evening. Since is a weekday, hence there was no queue. I ordered the pig liver mee sua & was surprised to see the soup is black colour, must be they added dark soya sauce in the soup. In order to taste the softness & freshness of the pig liver, the temperature & the time to cook must be just nice else if overcooked, the texture is hard hence not nice. This stall's pig liver given in generous portion & the texture is soft & chewy. Literally, when I chew the pig liver, it basically melts in my mouth & taste SHIOK!! As for the mee sua, is cooked just nice and slipped through my throat smoothly. Overall, is a nice dish to try for all pig liver lovers !


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