Fulfilling all your fantasies about Singaporean Hainanese Chicken Rice & Bak Kut Teh

As a national culinary representative of Singapore, Hainanese Chicken Rice can be found in hawker stalls, food courts, high-end restaurants, and even airline catering. In addition, Bak Kut Teh is also a must-try. This article will take you on a deep exploration of the local restaurants not to be missed here.

Rongcheng meat and bone tea

Rongcheng Bak Kut Teh has been established for over 30 years. The addition of white pepper and garlic gives their bak kut teh a Teochew flavor. The pork chops used here are only taken from the upper ribs, and the clear soup produced from boiling them is fragrant and sweet.

Singapore Food Treats

Singapore street food stalls are a culinary destination decorated in the theme of the 1960s. Bak kut teh, satay noodles, and Ah Chian crepes are some of the best-selling and most popular foods sold here.
The name of Huang Ya Xi's Bak Kut Teh is quite famous, and even the former Thai prime minister once visited to dine here. The signature Bak Kut Teh is authentic Chaoshan style, the soup is very clear, only added garlic, soy sauce, cinnamon and Sarawak pepper, different from the thick soup of Fujian-style.
This restaurant's bak kut teh is prepared in Teochew style, without medicinal herbs but with a clear soup and seasoning of pepper. The broth is deliciously fragrant and tasty, leaving a memorable aftertaste. Served with some popular side dishes favored by Singaporeans when eating bak kut teh, this dish is simply irresistible.
It is said that every time Andy Lau goes to Singapore, he must eat the Hainanese chicken rice from Weng Kee. The chicken meat is tender and juicy, the chicken skin is also very Q, and the rice grains are golden and full of chicken flavor. Dip it in thick black soy sauce and the special chili sauce from the shop, it tastes even better.