I really don’t know how to pronounce this restaurant’s name.  Ng Ah Sio.  Yep not even gonna try.  All I know is I will come back here to eat whenever I visit Singapore.  This was one of the best Ribs soup i have ever had.  The soup base was a little bit spicy because of the peppers that they add (but I like spicy so it works for me).  Apparently this restaurant is a big deal, because they actually have a website which is surprising, because from the picture above I thought they would just be a local restaurant and wouldn’t have an presence in the internet.


According to the website, there are three restaurants and one outlet.  I really don’t remember which one I went to, but it is close to the Grand Hyatt.  for those that know singapore well, let me know if you know where this particular one is located!

I should also post a picture up of the food right? here you go!

Here’s a tip when eating here.  You can get unlimited refills of the Pork Bone Soup! Now of course the refill will not come with more ribs, but I really think the star of this meal is the actual soup itself, and not the ribs! I can’t really explain why, you just have to try it out yourself.  You will know what I mean after you have tasted this awesome soup =pp


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6 replies

  1. I can see why you like to stop here Choi!! Fun to find your blog…

  2. All your meals sound so delightful and appealing I must say. Wish I had a few recipes. But the spices is what makes the dish.

  3. good choice of food for your visit here in Singapore! glad that you can take enough peppers to appreciate the must try Bak Kut Teh! (;

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