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Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup at Bukit Merah Lane
Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup is a Michelin-known bak kut teh place in Singapore that everyone loves to dine at. It’s simple, it’s quick, but the taste and quality of the dishes are not to be underestimated.
One of the best things about Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup is how they prepare their bak kut teh, making sure they do get to provide the flavors everyone wants. You can expect to find the three main flavors of bak kut teh – the classic Teochew, the flavorful Hokkien and the strong, herbal Cantonese.
While Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup is not your typical five-star dining experience, you will enjoy the food as if it were that classy! Even with other people dining with Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup, expect no queue, fast service and smiling attendees.
One of the best parts of dining here is the fact that you can feel comfortable, never pressured of what you’re wearing or how you should act. Just enjoy a bowl of bak kut teh with people you care about, and everything is all set.
So, how is the bak kut teh here really, you ask? And, what else is on the menu for your dining experience? Keep reading and indulge yourself in planning your visit to Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup when the virus outbreak is over and it’s safe to leave your homes.
Address: Alexandra Village Food Centre – 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, Singapore 150120
Service Hours: 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM, Closed on Wednesdays
Social Media: Facebook
The Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup Menu
As we all know, we will always have a weird craving for bak kut teh. For those who do not know, bak kut teh is pork ribs in soup – basically, it is that. At Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup, not only do I think bak kut teh is underrated, but so is Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup itself. Why, you ask?
Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup offers the three flavorful types of bak kut teh – that alone should be a candidate for salivation, and not much places serve all three bowls of bak kut teh versions. You just have to appreciate the flavors so much, okay?
As I was saying, I always have a weird craving for bak kut teh. Sometimes, the classic teochew is nice – to keep everything simple, not too many flavors to contend with and just get through the day. Some days, the herbal flavor that fills a bowl of Cantonese style bak kut teh might just do the trick to fill my nostrils and taste buds with herbs. And, most of the time, my favorite tasty Hokkien style pork ribs soup just makes my day so much better – especially when I am famished from working!
You have to compliment Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup for choosing herbal broth when it comes to their bak kut teh as well. It does heighten the dish to a better tasting soup you will surely love!
If you’re wondering, their Pork Rib Soup ranges from S$6.00 to S$10.00 depending on the size of the people eating. When I am just in for the soup, I usually order the large size. If you’re planning to have more food on the table with someone else, the large portion usually works for 2-3 people – or probably really just 2 people.
Another pot you will love is the Prawn Noodles (S$6.00-S$8.00). This is probably the only other pot I love ordering from Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup. Not that I am saying the others aren’t good, but these are my favorite options when heading there.
While I do not remember waiting in a queue, I hear some colleagues saying they waited for a good 10-15 minutes before they could order and get them. I suggest you head there earlier if you wish to take more time to enjoy the food. To be honest, 10-15 minutes isn’t so much time when you’re done for the day.
Another piece of advice? Head there when it’s chilly. Sipping the soup of Teochew bak kut teh will be super worth it!
Since we are in the middle of a lockdown in Singapore, Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup offers delivery and possibly take away as well – but dining in will not be an option for a while. Make sure to leave with a smile and wish them well! Thank them for being one of the frontliners, open to serve you in this trying times.
Have you been to Leon Kee Claypot Pork Rib Soup? What’s your favourite dish? Are you also obsessed with their variety of bak kut teh? It is such a mood!