Bak Kut Teh Soup: Like most of its counterparts in Singapore, Song Fa commits to serve Teochew-style bak kut teh soup to its diners and the peppery level is mild, so it might be just nice for Western palates.
Side Dishes: Nuts and greens are offered as side dishes to balance your meal. Most of the vegetable dishes are prepared in the way that vegetables are blanched and tossed with sesame oil, soy sauce and diced garlic.
– Premium loin ribs
– Pig’s stomach soup
– Pig’s liver soup
– Braised pig’s intestine
Tea: Song Fa Bak Kut Teh offers a selection of Chinese Tea from Pek Sin Choon. At Song Fa Bak Kut Teh, you can order a pot of tea to complement your bak kut teh and experience a bit of the Chinese old days practice in a bak kut teh place by boiling the water yourself to refill your tea pot.
– Payment is made right after the food is served so if you don’t want the wet tissues (40 cents each) provided at your table, decline it when you place order.
– If you come alone at peak hours, you may be asked to share the table with others.
Average price/pax: S$10