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Ng Ah Sio Pork Ribs Soup Eating House (Rangoon)

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Ng Ah Sio Pork Ribs Soup Eating House can be found along Rangoon road and serves Chinese cuisine, and the most popular Bak Kut Teh.

Tue - Sun: 07:00 - 15:00

Closed: Mon

+65 62914537
$14 based on 60 submissions
Lunch (16 votes), Breakfast (13 votes), Children/Family (10 votes)
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A bit over-rated

Tried this famous Ng Ah Sio bah kut teh on a Sunday afternoon.  The ribs were quite plain, and I think they don't use fresh pork ribs, instead, they use those frozen pork ribs.  That's my guess why their pork ribs were so plain and tasteless.

The soup had a very strong pepper taste.  That's the only flavour I could tell from the soup, and plus the taste of MSG.  

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• 27 Apr 2015 • 25 reviews • 0 follower

A bit over-rated

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Tried this famous Ng Ah Sio bah kut teh on a Sunday afternoon.  The ribs were quite plain, and I think they don't use fresh pork ribs, instead, they use those frozen pork ribs.  That's my guess why their pork ribs were so plain and tasteless.

The soup had a very strong pepper taste.  That's the only flavour I could tell from the soup, and plus the taste of MSG.  
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• 12 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Bak ku teh with strong pepper

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There are a few flavors of Bak Ku Teh. This store is definitely the better one for the pepper flavor. The meat chosen has the right proportion of lean and fat meat. My personal favorite is 60/40 (lean/fat). Besides the pork ribs bak ku teh, the braised pork intestines is also amazingly flavored.
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• 20 Dec 2014 • 442 reviews • 7 followers

Lovely peppery soup

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The location was by the main road so very easy to spot; the interior was spacious and brightly lit. The small touches of decor strewn around the restaurant were rather delightful in their simplicity.

The Beau had the Signature Pork Ribs Soup while I had the Signature Spare Ribs Soup. The meat was tender and the soup was heavily peppered, giving it a strong taste very welcoming especially on a rainy evening as such.

It was tasty but the flavor was lighter, unlike one of its competitors' in the vicinity. I was also hoping they would have the ribs + innards soup, but over here they do not serve it. We also had some rice, you tiao (fried dough rolls), xiao bai cai veg and braised egg along with the soup.

Overall, the food and service here was better than average. The portions may look deceptively small, but they were very filling. Like many Bak Kut Teh restaurants, one may ask for refill of soup as well.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/12/dinner-at-ng-ah-sio-bak-kut-teh-rangoon.html
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