Outram Park Ya Hua Rou Gu Cha
7 Keppel Rd #01-05/07 (Map) https://yahuabakkutteh.com.sg/ Tue – Sun 7am to 11.30pm
The Gwee family owners used to learn the craft from the kitchens of Ng Ah Sio when they were the most popular bak kut teh stall around back in the day. Now they hold their own. The diligent touch of pepper in the porky broth is very well balanced. The bones used to cook the broth is done till it almost disintegrates and the results show. The touch of garlic is well managed in the brew and the ribs are fall-off-the-bone soft. You can choose slightly fatter (go for it) or leaner cuts (just tell them). They have a whole host of Teochew side dishes including steamed fishes and stir fries but come here for the main act. As usual, order a side of braised salted vegetables with yu tiao (dough fritters) and soy stewed trotters.
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