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We have a sudden craving for bak kut teh and were driving aimlessly until we saw two groups of workers happily eating at an open space area. When we slowed down, we saw the signboard and one of my colleagues mentioned that this was the original stall at Block 2 coffee shop in front of Eunos mrt. We cannot verify whether this outlet originated from Eunos but decide to give a try since we are here.
We understand that there are different styles being cooked locally but mainly Teochew style ( which is clear and peppery broth ), Klang style ( herbal broth ) Claypot style ( more gravy instead of broth ) and Hokkien style ( broth is more dark brown and slightly spiced ). Although each style has its own taste, the end result is still the same.
When the staff brought the bowls of spare ribs soup, we were trying to taste which style it was from but in the end, we nodded and agreed that which ever style, the robust soup was superb. Clear but not so peppery with a slight herbal taste was what we have concluded.
The pork ribs were cooked just right with the meat so tender that you can easily removed it from the bone. The broth was full of meat flavour that we have requested for refilling more than 3 times.
The braised pork trotter was another well marinated dish. Although slightly fatty, the meat was also tender and the yummy gravy was given the thumbs up. It was because of this thick black gravy that we have ordered another around of rice.
We also ordered the usual side dishes like salted vegetables, braised bean curds and peanuts to go with the extra rice.
We conclude that we will come back again for the sweetness of the broth and the gravy of braised trotters.
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