Very tender and almost fall-off-the-bone spare ribs with lightly peppery aromatic tea broth, called Buk Kut Teh, is a must-eat dish. Especially at Song Fa where it faithfully serves Singaporean since 1969.
The location we visited is very easy to get to, just across from the Clarke Quay subway station. It's an open air restaurant where you might end up sitting by the sidewalk. At dinnertime, be prepared to wait in line for tables.
The price is very affordable and it's sure to fill you up with just one bowl of rice. Not to mention, unlimited refill of the broth. Don't forget to order a side of fried dough to dip in the broth. You'd leave happy.