Malaysia Boleh @ Jurong Point and Black Bak Kut Teh

Last Revised: Sunday, May 12, 2013


This is a black week. If you know what am I referring to..
Anyway Malaysia Boleh!

For your info "Malaysia Boleh" means Malaysia can do it!
This fooding place is at level 3 of Jurong Point Shopping Centre. It has a street style kind of setting.

Perhaps you who loves malaysia's street food and doesnt want to travel all the way to Malayasia..

You can come here just to get your little cravings satisfied.
Is a pity that there are no halal-certified stalls here.

Malaysia Boleh! Shop Front
Malaysia Boleh! Shop Front @ JP



Now I will spam your eyes with some of the pictures I took.


Hmm.. Wonder Why The Bananas not wearing their pyjamas today... maybe they are getting ready for some kind of sporting event?
Hanging Bananas
The Hanging Bananas 

The wall of food. These are all the signboards of the stalls. Hopefully is clear enough for you to see what food they have here.
Wall of Signboards
Wall of Signboards
Automatic or Manual Transmission? Gentlemen Start Shaving!  
manual ice shaving machine
Manual ice shaving machine
Then I went swimming in the hot oil
Fried Durian
Ooo they Got Fried Durian :D
Phew! what a weird biathlon for Mr Durian and the bananas..

Ok.. enough of my zaniness..Was in a hurry that day so I didnt get to try the durians. Maybe next time i will do a review on it..

Time to eat some Black Herbal Bak Kut Teh!
Picking the bones
Picking the "bones" 
Tau Pok, Tau Kee, Slice Mushrooms
Tau Pok, Tau Kee, Slice Mushrooms

This Clay pot Bak Kut Teh here is not the spicy peppery kind.. I personally preferred this black herbal soup as compared to those white peppery ones.
Each small pot you get 3 good pieces of rib bones. And since this is the Malaysia style Bak Kut Teh you will also get bits and pieces of tau pok, tau kee and mushroom slices lolz.

Heating up the claypot bak kut teh
Heating up my claypot bak kut teh
Bak Kut Rice

Black Herbal Bak Kut Teh
The Black Herbal Bak Kut Teh
Slurp.. Mmm... the rich herbal taste with the "ah kick lai liao" sweet after taste.. woo hoo I am in paradise! lol .. ok abit too over exaggerated..  you get what I mean.. the bittersweet(甘甜) taste..
Overall I like the soup, is nice and soothing. Reasonable for the price of S$5 per small pot. (Batteries Rice, sold separately, 50 cents)

I find that the rice taste a little salty, Either they had put in some salt to cook it or there is something wrong with my taste buds. Feel free to comment if you taste otherwise.
Whatever it is I am giving this Bakkut Teh a thumbs up.


Jurong Point: Malaysia Boleh Black Bak Kut Teh
Reviewed by Simon on May 9 2013
Rating: 3.5
Durian Opened by Simon Ooh
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