Sunday, July 01, 2007

"Rest of what's inside the pig"

Its been a while since I wrote anything about food so it's a good thing I brought my camera out this afternoon. Had Bak Kut Teh (pork ribs soup) for lunch at the junction of Worchester and Owen Road. I believe it's a pretty famous stall but this is only my second time there. It's great, the meat is tender and the soup isn't the peppery kind. It's actually a little sweet. As you can see, we didn't forget about the rest of what's inside the pig. There's the liver, stomach and intestines in the other bowls too.

Here you got the main Bak Kut Teh bowl with lots of garlic, just the way I like it.


Followed by the rest of the pig.



And here's my 'complete' meal.

4 comments:

niki yokota said...

woow these are something we cannot see in tokyo.
looking awefully good!!!

b said...

How does the rest of the pig taste?

Cavalock said...

It tastes great! but the portions u see aren't just for me. ;)

Coffee fairy said...

this is one delicacy here that I have not tried up to now because it does not look appealing to me, not because of the pig parts but because it looks raw. In the Philippines, we have the pig intestines (and also other pig parts like ear lobes, skin, etc) barbecued and it is one of my favorite delicacies. :)