I revisited this place couple weeks ago to see if the herbal strength of the dishes did vary. The first time I came, the herbal notes were very strong for the bak kut teh. This time, it was the braised pork trotters that were heavily herbal, almost a bit too much. It was slightly bitter but then again, some people may like it this way.
The bak kut teh comes bubbling and steaming hot in the claypot. I actually preferred the bak kut teh over the braised pork trotters this time. A hearty, robust brew with pork ribs falling off the bone. The other plus about this place is the really good thick dark premium soy sauce they use. Goes so well with the meats.
Photos above are both for a one-person portion (around $4.50), about 5-6 pieces of meat. For address and details, please refer to earlier blog.