Kota Zheng Zong Bak Kut Teh has opened at Holland Village in Singapore and with a recipe that has remained unchanged for 39-year, Brutal Asians went to go try it out.
Starting as a push cart business in Johor Bahru, Mr Pang Kow and his son have now partnered with Johorean Dato’ Lai Sing Yai to open a restaurant right here in Singapore!
So, Brutal Asians went down to try two of their signature dishes. Watch the video to find out more!
The first one we tried is their premium pork ribs in herbal soup. They claim the pork is tender and loose and that their soup is flavourful but not too overpowering.
We tried it, and we agree, so if you are looking for a traditional Bak Kut Teh we definitely recommend trying this.
The other dish we tried was the Spanish Iberico Pork in Herbal Soup. They claim that the pork is more tender because of its higher fat composition. We unquestionably believe this because we were able to use chopsticks to cleanly separate the meat from the bone. It just came off like butter.
Therefore, 15A, Lorong Liput Holland Village, is where we recommend eating this weekend. We gave it a BRUTAL APPROVE.