This place is the de facto restaurant my family will visit when they're hit by bak kut teh cravings. I must admit, I rarely eat bak kut teh but since my aunt and uncle are back for their annual trip from Australia, we went here yesterday. A favourite of my family, I've blogged about this place before.
Packed with people since it was lunchtime by the time we arrived, we had to wait a while to get our two big claypots of bak kut teh. I had to steal a quick picture of our meal as I could see all my aunts and uncle giving me stares for delaying them from sampling the bak kut teh. Luckily it was a successful one off five seconds shot of the claypot or else you'll be deprived of this picture.
We had ordered a variety of pork ribs, belly pork, chee wan (my uncle's favourite part), intestines, chicken leg, chinese mushrooms, canned mushrooms, enoki mushrooms and bean curd skin which was divided into two huge claypots. No complaints from my aunts and uncle - I guess this definitely beats their local bak kut teh Down Under.