Joo Siah Bak Koot Teh

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The family business has been around for years and currently is run by second-generation hawker Mr Ryan Chua, who took over the business from his father.

They specialise is Teochew-style bak kut teh, which features a peppery, garlicky clear broth and chunky pork ribs. Other dishes they have include Pig's Kidney Soup, Braised Pork Leg and Braised Pork Belly. Don't forget to pair your food with some rice and freshly fried you tiao!

They've won numerous awards over the years, with the most notable being the Michelin Bib Gourmand title in 2021. Others they've won include 3 stars on food show Food King and they were alo listed on the Makansutra Food Guide.

I visited the stall on a Saturday for dinner around 6pm and while the coffee shop was relatively crowded, I thankfully was able to find a seat.

I ordered a bowl of their famous bak kut teh alongside a bowl of their braised pork belly and paired this with sides like peanuts and beancurd skin. And of course, I had to get a bowl of rice to enjoy with all that soupy goodness!

The soup was of a decent pepperiness and was soaked up by the pork ribs. I was given some leaner parts of ribs so it was less tender but the areas with more fat were much jucier. You can also ask for soup top ups here!

The braised pork belly is sinfully good too and if you're tired of the peppery bak kut teh soup, you can drizzle the dark braising sauce over your rice instead.

I visited the stall on a Saturday for dinner around 6pm and while the coffee shop was relatively crowded, I thankfully was able to find a seat.

I ordered a bowl of their famous bak kut teh alongside a bowl of their braised pork belly and paired this with sides like peanuts and beancurd skin. And of course, I had to get a bowl of rice to enjoy with all that soupy goodness!

The soup was of a decent pepperiness and was soaked up by the pork ribs. I was given some leaner parts of ribs so it was less tender but the areas with more fat were much jucier. You can also ask for soup top ups here!

The braised pork belly is sinfully good too and if you're tired of the peppery bak kut teh soup, you can drizzle the dark braising sauce over your rice instead.

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※The shop's opening hours may vary due to COVID-19.

Mon 08:00~21:15
Tue 08:00~21:15
Wed 08:00~21:15
Thu 08:00~21:15
Fri 08:00~21:15
Sat 08:00~15:30
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  • #01-1215, 349 JURONG EAST AVENUE 1, YUHUA PLACE, 600349
  • EW25 Chinese Garden NS1 EW24 Jurong East

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