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    Quote Originally Posted by bernardy4416 View Post
    Enjoy!! I haven't eaten there for a year, ever since I switched jobs.

    It's always crowded at lunch-time. More than 3/4 of the kopi-tiam's clients patronize that stall.
    i noe..got once i eat snake then dun noe how end up there for lunch..i see alot ppl eat the bak kut teh..so i try, to my surprise..it taste like the jb style..
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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer_workz View Post
    i noe..got once i eat snake then dun noe how end up there for lunch..i see alot ppl eat the bak kut teh..so i try, to my surprise..it taste like the jb style..
    Eat snake then eat bakuteh? Will get nose bleed woh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyesthruthelens View Post
    Rochor center.. block 1.
    tried this today ... not that good leh. a bit over rated.
    prefer my regular BKT shop at joo chiat.

    and the one i used to eat in KL ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrelchia View Post
    tried this today ... not that good leh. a bit over rated.
    prefer my regular BKT shop at joo chiat.

    and the one i used to eat in KL ...
    u mean the one that opens 24hours in joo chiat, which closes on monday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud View Post
    u mean the one that opens 24hours in joo chiat, which closes on monday?
    mmm... dun think its 24 hours ...

    its at the joo chiat road / marshall road T-Junction. Sharing the coffeeshop with the ho kee pau

    my dad used to teach in that area, so he know all the good food stalls there ... and some of the owners know him too ... hee hee
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    I highly recommend the Bah Kut Teh shop along Sultan Gate..

    It's the best! Comparable to those I've eaten in KL..

    Try it.. No regrets..

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    Gurney Drive, Penang Island

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud View Post
    u mean the one that opens 24hours in joo chiat, which closes on monday?
    Think he means Sin Heng BKT, the one with the big shop space all to themselves. Not the Ho Kee Pau one, which is clear based soup. This one's along Joo Chiat Road near the Joo Chiat CC, herbal based. Their pork ribs are so friggin tender... eat there once every week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer_workz View Post
    Thank you for the lead! Must go eat this coming weekend..
    So, did you manage to find the stall?

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    Sin Min Rd Blk 22 corner ground floor.

    Coffeeshop opposite Boat Quay/Riverwalk building.

    Corner of Mohd Sultan Rd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bernardy4416 View Post
    Marsiling Lane, Blk 19 coffee shop. Opposite the Seiko factory.




    Went to try, not bad, at least its not the pepper-soup type

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    I like the maxwell market one. It's definitely the non-pepper type and i consider it the next best to the one beside pelenggi mall in JB.

    Remember to jio if arranging an outing!!!!

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    Went to try, not bad, at least its not the pepper-soup type
    Wah, you took pictures of it too!!

    Yes, it is indeed the stall I was talking about.

    Wonder what the Kopi Tiam TowKay thought when you whipped out your camera to take those pictures? He's a nice guy though....Mr. Teo, if I remember correctly.


    Bernard

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    Hi Plsoong

    Dark sauced , white soup and Herbal are THREE different kind of Bak Gu Teh.

    And Dark sauced style is not Herbal style where as Herbal style is not Dark sauced type.

    But I agree with you ,we are yet to find good herbal bak gu teh in SG. maybe the closest is Alexandra Village liver/kidney soup.

    Where as ALL bak gu teh LOVERS MUST KNOW this.....the Dark Sauced Bak Gu Teh BEST in ASIA is at the RANGOON ROAD

    shop name is ONG AH SIO bak gu teh. Rating 9/10....no other place can touch this.




    Quote Originally Posted by plsoong View Post
    its not called the "dark sauced" kind lar...

    its the "herbal" kind...

    there are some chinese herbs inside...esp "dang gui"... the best found in M'sia is not from Johor or whatnot, but from a specific area called Pasang......
    thats y older folks always say..."....Pasang bak kut teh...."

    it takes a an overnight slow boil to bring out the best in bkt, and its the herbs that gives
    the dark colour....NOT DARK SOYA SAUCE (WHICH IS SOLD IN SGD!!!!)

    I haven't found a single one in SGD that taste anything like those back in M'sia. most of them either just dump in dark soya sauce and make it look herbal.... :S

    others....just loads of MSG......

    usually, i get my load of bkt at home... but once awhile i'll go to Good Morning bkt at Hong Lim. (no big fish, shrimps oso can lar)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sh_37 View Post
    Hey guys,

    im looking for good bak kut teh, the dark-soup kind.. wondering if any of you know or have encountered them before... pls let me know.... in singapore. JB is too flooded, too dangerous to go for just a bowl of soup. Hehe.
    Try the hawker centre at Alexandra Village, there is a stall facing the car park selling claypot bak kut teh that's between 2 drink stalls. I like that one, the herbal taste is good.
    Last edited by lsisaxon; 5th February 2007 at 11:36 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bernardy4416 View Post
    So, did you manage to find the stall?
    Not free over the weekends..didn't go..

    Quote Originally Posted by caseytan View Post




    Went to try, not bad, at least its not the pepper-soup type
    Wah!! u make me drool!!
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    As good as the JB ones. I really want to go there and check it out.

    BUT just the look at the Photos, They are using the wrong vegetables for good Bak Gu Teh

    In A good Bak Gu teh ,their vege should be Tanng OO cai ,instead of Xiang Cai.

    The Photos can see that is Xiang Cai and is not the CORRECT one which is you can find it in those typical Food Court style bak gu teh.

    in case you all dun know what is Tanng OO Cai. Go to Rangoon Rd Bak gu teh ,order the kidney(comes with the Tanng OO Cai) or Alexandra Village ,order the Liver kidney soup.

    Any way I'm going now to try the marsiling one.

    Quote Originally Posted by bernardy4416 View Post
    Wah, you took pictures of it too!!

    Yes, it is indeed the stall I was talking about.

    Wonder what the Kopi Tiam TowKay thought when you whipped out your camera to take those pictures? He's a nice guy though....Mr. Teo, if I remember correctly.


    Bernard

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsisaxon View Post
    Try the hawker centre at Alexandra Village, there is a stall facing the car park selling claypot bak kut teh that's between 2 drink stalls. I like that one, the herbal taste is good.
    Yes Very good herbal Soup Alexandra Village

    i Always order the big bowl $8 ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeautifulBlood View Post
    As good as the JB ones. I really want to go there and check it out.

    BUT just the look at the Photos, They are using the wrong vegetables for good Bak Gu Teh

    In A good Bak Gu teh ,their vege should be Tanng OO cai ,instead of Xiang Cai.

    The Photos can see that is Xiang Cai and is not the CORRECT one which is you can find it in those typical Food Court style bak gu teh.

    in case you all dun know what is Tanng OO Cai. Go to Rangoon Rd Bak gu teh ,order the kidney(comes with the Tanng OO Cai) or Alexandra Village ,order the Liver kidney soup.

    Any way I'm going now to try the marsiling one.

    Watch out for the queue at lunch-time......

    Let us know what you think of it


    Bernard

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    Quote Originally Posted by bernardy4416 View Post
    Wah, you took pictures of it too!!

    Yes, it is indeed the stall I was talking about.

    Wonder what the Kopi Tiam TowKay thought when you whipped out your camera to take those pictures? He's a nice guy though....Mr. Teo, if I remember correctly.


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