"Cold meat bone tea soba" will appear in the soba chain "Fuji Soba" from August 3rd. "Bak kut teh", which is characterized by garlic and peppery pork soup, is tailored to a cool taste.
The selling price is 590 yen (tax included, same below). Bak kut teh is a local food in Malaysia and Singapore. In Southeast Asia, hot meat bone tea is popular as a daily food in the hot sun. Bak kut teh near Fuji is based in Singapore. Originally a simple soup of pork spareribs, garlic and pepper, but the bone-in meat has been changed to sliced meat.
Garlic and pepper are surprisingly included for first-time users, and no soy sauce or fish stock is used. Furthermore, this time it will be a cold arrangement for the summer in Japan. The idea of eating cold noodles and pork is unique to Japan. It is a finish that has a taste that is different from Japanese, and has been further incorporated into a Japanese style.
In addition, some stores sell warm bak kut teh soba that appeared before. The selling price remains unchanged at 590 yen. You can check it on the store display such as "Warm, you can." It is expected that the number of stores selling warm bak kut teh soba will increase around autumn.