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The thing that cracks me up in Pao Xiang Bak Kut Teh is their naming of dishes. I wanted the half lean half fat meat, and according to my father-in-law, it is item number 3, which was written as Pan Fie Soul in the menu. After chortling to myself, we ordered and the food came in a jiffy, even though there were quite a number of patrons there. The meat is more 70% lean and 30% fat, which was OK for me. Didn't like too much fat anyways. The soup tasted slightly bland. Priced at RM11 a bowl, it was
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The thing that cracks me up in Pao Xiang Bak Kut Teh is their naming of dishes. I wanted the half lean half fat meat, and according to my father-in-law, it is item number 3, which was written as Pan Fie Soul in the menu. After chortling to myself, we ordered and the food came in a jiffy, even though there were quite a number of patrons there. The meat is more 70% lean and 30% fat, which was OK for me. Didn't like too much fat anyways. The soup tasted slightly bland.
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Priced at RM11 a bowl, it was a decent amount to pay.
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