The one dish that Singaporeans usually turn to whenever the weather gets a little chilly or when it’s raining out is…

“肉骨茶” or Bak Kut Teh (literal translation: meat bone tea).

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And just in case you’re wondering, “Is there tea in Bak Kut Teh?”

NO.

Anyways, in Singapore, there are typically 2 types of Bak Kut Teh (BKT).

There’s the Teochew style, the most commonly found, which is peppery and sometimes garlicky.

But usually with a good spicy kick.

And there’s the Hokkien style (aka Klang or Malaysia style) which has a darker and richer soup base that is packed with herbs.

Regardless of which type of BKT you prefer, we’ve rounded up a list of the best bak kut teh in Singapore.

Best of all, they’re all under $10!

TL;DR: 20 Best Bak Kut Teh In Singapore Below $10

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