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Song Fa Bak Kut Teh

Address: 11 New Bridge Road #01-01 Singapore 059383

Time: 7am - 9.30pm, Closed on Monday

Specialty: Pork Ribs Soup, Braised Pig's Trotter, Mee Sua

Services: Supply homemade Teochew pork ribs soup spices.

Contact: 65336128




New Bridge Road - 17 New Bridge Road #01-01 Singapore 059386 Time: 11am - 9.45pm, Closed on Monday

Changi - 6 Changi Business Park Avenue 1, UE BizHub East (North Tower Office) #01-38 Singapore 486017 Time: 10.30am - 9.30pm

Sengkang - 33 Sengkang West Avenue, The Seletar Mall #01-39 Singapore 797653 Time: 10.30am - 9.30pm

Chinatown - 133 New Bridge Road, Chinatown Point #01-04 Singapore 059413 Time: 10.30am - 9.30pm

About Song Fa Bak Kut Teh

He was 21 years old. With a family of ten to feed, Mr Yeo Eng Song work day and night as a stall assistant selling Teochew style Bak Kut Teh. Quick and nimble of mind, Mr Yeo quickly picks up the tricks of the trade. Before long, he could hear the happy jingling of his meagre earnings in his pockets. With his responsive taste buds, he improvises the taste of the soup and comes out with several side dishes to compliment it. Entrepreneurial spirit grew as days went by. Soon, he set up his own business along Victoria Street. It bears the name till today - Song Fa Bak Kut Teh.

Although the business has been passed on to his son, Mr Yeo kept few important points in mind that kept his business striving for 30 years. He recognized the importance of service and quality of food even to the slightest detail. He would rather jeopardize on his profit margin and spend more on quality rice than to allow his customers taste low quality grains. Today, Mr Yeo Hart Pong still practices this principle in running the food business. The boyish-looking 28-year-old owns Song Fa Bak Kut Teh in New Bridge Road, having taken over the 30-year-old pork rib soup business from my father, Mr Yeo Eng Song, 60, in 2007.

Award Recommendation
Green Book Best Food Awards 2007, 2008
Asia Pacific Brands Award 2012
Live To Eat 2007
Yummy King
Shin Min Daily News 2013
Yummy Guide 2004
Shin Nichi Ho 1992
LianHe ZaoBao
U Weekly 2012
Crea Traveller

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5 Oct 2009 Mr SBC / Big Eater

Beri high standard. Very full also must eat ah!

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11 Apr 2009 Mr Francis K W Fong / Retire

I have been an ardent Bak Kut Teh fan for the past 40 years. I must say that the Bak Kut Teh and dishes sold here is one of the tastiest in town. Give it a try and I am sure you will make a return for more.

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6 May 2008 Mr Edmund Cheong / Financial Services Consultant

Very Very tasty soup and pork rib extremely well cooked. Even in busy hours, standard still maintained… . A MUST TRY FOR EVERYONE!

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12 Apr 2007 Mr Wong / Editor

I totally agreed with Mr. Koh. Their pork rib soup is really very very tasty. The meat is tender and most importantly the soup is nice and not oily. Die die must try. I would say they are one of the best in Singapore!!!

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9 Apr 2007 Mr Koh / Manager

We work nearby and used to patronize this stall very often. I love the bak kut teh very much, tasty and yummy. No. 1 in Singapore. You must try it to believe!!!

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