Monday, 14 August 2017

Soon Huat Bak Kut Teh Branch at Jalan Sutera 顺发肉骨茶


Dropped by the Soon Huat Bak Kut Teh outlet at Taman Sentosa for a quick lunch (the one along Jalan Sutera near the Ah Koong fish ball outlet).

Of the 20 Soon Huat BKT outlets, which one(s) do you like?


Soon Huat has about 20 outlets in JB, and this is one of those that are often mentioned by locals. This was my second time here.


Although personally I like my BKT very basic with just bak kut (pork ribs) and soup, the wide variety of add-ons in this Soon Huat outlet is one of its main attractions to its fans. There's liver, kidney, pork belly, clams etc and even sea cucumber.


Customer service was very good. I asked for pig tail and when they don't have that, I asked for just soft cartilage bones. The lady told me that she will do her best. I was delighted that there were over 6 or 7 pieces in the claypot. I felt it is very reasonable for RM11.


Though still tender, the pork was done a little stiffer than I like. The meat tasted slightly sweet and there was very little or no porky taste - which would appeal to many people. (Personally, I like to have some porky flavour in my meat.)


The tea colour light broth was mainly sweet with a bit of underlying savouriness. There was very little herbal taste. There were a bit of button mushroom and garlic taste in the broth.


Though average quality grains, the rice was nicely done. It was fluffy, light and have a nice bite.


👉 A Soon Huat BKT outlet popular with locals who like its sweetish broth and lots of add-ons. If I am in the area for bak kut teh, I would have their soft cartilage bones and their pig tails. I felt the pricing is competitive.

Of the 20 Soon Huat BKT branches, which is your favourite?


Restaurant name: Soon Huat Bak Kut Teh  顺发肉骨茶 (one of around 20 outlets)
Address236, Jalan Sutera, Taman Sentosa, Johor Bahru
GPS1°29'38.8"N 103°46'56.5"E | 1.494109, 103.782353
Tel: 012-763 9777
Hours: 8:30am to 5:00pm

Non Halal

Date: 12 Aug 2017

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  1. How do I order meat with soft cartilage? Is there a chinese term that they will understand?

    1. I say "I want 软骨" which sounds like "Luan Kuu". Hope that helps.


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