Song Fa Bak Kut Teh - Seletar Mall

Song Fa Bak Kut Teh

Song Fa Bak Kut Teh is easily the most popular stall in the newly opened Seletar Mall. Other Song Fa branches are at New Bridge Road and Changi Business Park. Basically Song Fa started selling Bak Kut Teh 1969 and was graced upon by many celebrities over the years. And this is Song Fa's first mall outlet.

I shall state it upfront that this is the best Bak Kut Teh place to be in Singapore with cheap prices, free flow soup and air-con. Yes the Seletar Mall Song Fa is air-conditioned! Take that Clark Quay Song Fa. So proud to be a North-Easterner recently with all the good food popping up in the neighbourhood :)

Seletar Mall SongFa

My parents and I managed to get a table for an early Saturday lunch after Dad queued for 30 mins while Mum and I shopped at Uniqlo. As expected the queue is insanely long because it's a new mall and it's Song Fa.

Song Fa Menu Prices

We ordered reasonably for 3 people and almost covered all the best dishes in the menu. Let me start off with the sides - Dough Fritter 油条 Youtiao $2.20 (basic for soaking in the Bak Kut Teh soup) & Braised Peanuts $3

Pork Ribs Soup Bak Kut Teh 排骨肉骨茶

Pork Ribs Soup Bak Kut Teh 排骨肉骨茶 Big $9. Soup is the peppery kind, and free soup refill is my favorite part of the meal. I love the pepper kind of Bak Kut Teh soup that warms you up on a rainy day in the air-con restaurant. The pork ribs were cooked until they are fatty and tear easily off the bones, perfect to eat with soy sauce - 10/10

Braised Pig's Trotter 卤猪脚

Braised Pig's Trotter 卤猪脚 $7. My second favourite dish at Song Fa. The trotter is cooked until soft and chewy, fully soaking up the braised soup flavors. - 9/10

Braised Pig's Trotter photo

And it's my favourite because it's full of collagen so I don't feel guilty eating all the fatty parts. Ok, so that fatty parts are still fats and not collagen, whatever, go away.

Braised Chicken Feet with Beancurd Skin 焖凤爪与腐竹

Braised Chicken Feet with Beancurd Skin 焖凤爪与腐竹 $4. I never liked chicken feet because they are so boney but I actually liked this one! It must be the meatiest chicken feet I've ever eaten and the bones were so tiny, it was manageable. The beancurd skin was really nice too as it soaked up all the flavor and has 0 fats. Ok, maybe a bit of fats. Who cares. - 9/10

Vegetables - Cai Xin Price

Vegetables - Cai Xin 油菜- 菜心 $4. To balance the meal, we ordered some green veggies. Not bad actually, the veggies are cooked till its easy to chew and made us felt like we didn't eat so much meat.

In total, we spent $32 nett, which was only about $10 each. After finishing all the dishes, we stayed a while more to enjoy another soup refill, making it all even more value for money.

Song Fa Bak Kut Teh - First Mall Outlet with Aircon!
33 Sengkang W Ave, The Seletar Mall, Singapore 797653

Other Branches
11 and 17 New Bridge Road #01-01, Singapore 059383
Business Hours: 7.00am - 9.30pm

Last Order: 9:15pm
(Closed on Monday)
Tel: +65 6438 2858

UE BizHub East (North Tower Office)
6 Changi Business Park Ave 1, #01-38 S486017
Business Hours: 10.30am - 9.30pm
Last Order: 9:15pm
(Open Daily)
Tel: +65 6694 8098

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