Bak Kut Teh is not new to me. My grandmother would cook it for special occasions or when we're sick (yes, it's not bad being sick at all, if taken care by Gwa Ma ).
Hubby and I would eat in hawker centres, food courts every night. If we get tired of the food in those places but have no budget for a restaurant fare, we would march to Leong Kee and secure ourselves a table, getting ready for our local eats. There's one guy who always serve us, so we don't need to keep on explaining what we wanted to order ( as we are not Mandarin speaking -> but trying to).
These are the typical dishes we order:
The claypot Uncle serves to the tables is the same pot he used to cook bak kut teh..."Uncle, watch out, you might burn your hand". Uncle is used to it, he's a Klang bak kut teh superman!
Try you tiao - dive those fried airy bread in your steamy bak kut teh!
Price Summary (SGD)
Bak Kut Teh (pork ribs - single) $5.00
Ter Kah (single) $5.00
Rice 50 cents per bowl
Kai lan veggie (single) $2.00
Iced lemon tea (homemade) 1.20 per glass
NO gst/NO svc charge
(almost across Concourse)
Opens 11am - 9 pm (closed on Mon)
P.S. This is the cheapest bowl of Bak Kut Teh i've had in SG.