Song Fa Bak Kut Teh
Singapore street food cart-turned-chain comes to Bangkok
From humble beginnings as a ‘60s push cart, Singapore’s Song Fa Bak Kut Teh now boasts over 20 branches across Singapore, Indonesia, China and most recently Thailand.
From within CentralWorld, the Bangkok flagship conjures a streetside ambience with colorful tiles, wooden shutters and small round stools.
The tender pork ribs come in an addictively peppery broth (from B220-250)—be sure to take advantage of their unlimited soup policy. Other options include pork liver soup (B200) and pork stomach soup (B200).
Come with friends and share the braised pork belly (B220) or try the Thai-exclusive rice porridge (B120) with some patongko (dough fritters, B50).
Finish your meal with a relaxing oolong hot tea (B120), which is said to help relieve muscle tension and burn fat.