Because of the story of Soon Huat - an imprisoned gang member turned Christian, and because we share the common faith, we decided to be extra critical of the brothers when we visit them today. Only then, it would be just. Of course, we kept our fingers crossed for them.
Food was served. And in God's full glory, we savored sincerity in their dishes and earnest service with brave smiles...!
Bak Kut Teh ($5.90)
Food prices were deliberately kept low and competitive. Extra efforts in all ways possible - Ginseng slices found in their strong herbal broth; added Pig's liver, fried beancurd skin and straw mushroom to the Bak Kut Teh soup, and generous handful of fried cuttlefish and ladyfinger vegetable to the dried version!
To pick a bone from an egg, we say they should moderate things a little for purist customers who may find these a tad overwhelming.
You don't have to be here in support of prisoner rehabilitation, you can visit simply for the cause of good food. They deserve your anticipation.
Dried Bak Kut Teh ($6.90)
Braised Knuckles ($6.90)
Fried Dough ($1.20), Braised Tow Pok ($0.80)