Something to learn: When the waitress/waiter is bringing the food, DO NOT be too nice and help them to bring down the food from the tray because you never know what might happen next…
Here we are, having the Rong Cheng Bak Kut Teh in this coffee shop located somewhere along Sin Ming Road. So after waiting for just a while, the food came. And as usual, this colleague of mine is always so nice to help you bring the food down from the tray (which I think is fine), but she tends to do that to waitress/waiter too. Guess what happens next? Probably the bowl is a little too hot and oily, it slipped from her hand and everything (the meat and soup) poured out from the bowl and onto the tray.
Right. I mean, it’s not her fault, she’s just being nice. And really, there’s nothing wrong with helping and being nice to people. ABSOLUTELY nothing wrong. But when it comes to such case, I would say, leave it to the waitress/waiter. After all, who’s going to pay for it in such scenarios? At a hawker.
Anyway, let’s talk about the food. Erm… seriously, I’m not too sure what’s so nice about it. It’s the white colour one, with not a lot of pepper in it. Doesn’t taste extremely splendid for the soup. The pig’s trotter was quite alright though. Salted vegetables and the steams peanut also okay. But I really wonder what is so nice about it such that my colleague recommended it so much?
Hmm… anyway, it’s still nice but the location was bad. In the middle of Sin Ming Road and not near to any train station? Hmm… I doubt I’ll really come all the way here.
Price wise, let’s say, its about the average. So really, I don’t see much special thing about it.