593 Havelock Road
#01-01/02 Isetan Office Building
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The Ya Hua flagship stall was just round the corner from Havelock Hawker. So, came by to have 2nd lunch (as the Turtle soup wasn’t enough for me).

Out of the 2, I preferred the Pork Ribs as the meat was more tender, plus layered in-between with some good fats; the Bak Kut meat was rather dry with too much bones rather than meat and barely any fats.


I could do this all day. And I meant drinking this soup.

Free refill just like every other bkt shops.

The soup was peppered just right.

The meat was so tender and it just slips off the bone.


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Tried Yu Hua Bak Kut Teh (@northpointsg) for the first time. The Bak Kut Teh came with 3 ribs - they were tender and didn’t take much effort to clean the meat off the bone. The broth was flavourful and the peppery, but not overpowering.
Ordered some side dishes to go with the meal. Although the portions seemed small - we were so full that we didn’t even have space in the tummy for dessert... not even the famous Penang Chendol that was just across from where we were seated. What ever happened to - you always make room for dessert...??🤔

The menus on the table do NOT reflect the food prices.
The items are not those which change on a daily basis, unlike seafood.
Does this mean they can charge you any prices they feel like, and depending on what you wear?
I had to ask 2 different staff before I got a menu with price stickers.
There are 3 price tiers and for as Long as you do not order the premium version at $11.50, the staff are all trained to tell you the other 2 cheaper versions’ pork is very HARD!
If the pork is hard, then why are they even selling them.
Customers should stay away from these UNETHICAL food places


Time for a feast again. The ribs were a bit more tender than the last time I was here. Don't bother paying extra for the "Prime Ribs", it isn't worth it.

We ordered (for 5 pax):
4 x Bak Ku Teh (soups)
1 x Spinach
1 x Peanuts
1 x Pig Stomach
1 x Pig Intestines
1 x Braised Pig Trotters
2 x Youtiao (fried dough fritters)
5 x White Rice

All bowls come in one size (i.e. small), comfortably fed the 5 of us. Bill came up to be about $15 per pax.

💵 Cash only
📶 No WiFi available
💺 Indoor seating, but not air-conditioned


Less peppery Bak Ku Teh is totally my thing. Just a lil bit of pepperyness & a slight hint of herbal goodness. Comforting in this rainy weather! But I wish the meat slices were more tender (this is the regular, not the prime rib option). Soup is refillable, as it tends to be with most BKT joints.

💵 Cash only
📶 No WiFi available
💺 Indoor seating, but not air-conditioned