If you’re a Bugis crawler (i.e. you’re at Bugis every other), you’ll know who and where Bhai Sarbat Stall is. For the rest of us, we’re still trying our best to find this hidden gem of Bugis before giving up and just getting Teh Tarik from Kampung Glam Cafe instead.What a waste.Previously known as No Name Teh Sarabat Stall, Zamir Ahmad has been pulling tea for more than four decades. His teh tarik ($1.30) is as it should be: lemak berkrim as they say in Malay or satisfyingly creamy, sweet and served with an inch-thick layer of froth. For bites, you’ll have to settle for samosas and curry puffs, or nasi lemak and nasi sambal goreng in packets but these are just enoughThe Bhai Sarbat Stall has decided to go digital with their very own Instagram account AND they’ve fixed a shop signboard to help wondering tourists and clueless Singaporeans find the small corner stall. They now have a name and it’s called Bhai Sarbat Stall. We think the younger generation is taking over. We’ll do more investigation and will let you know.If you are super addicted to the way the Bhai Sarbat stall pulls his teh and don’t regularly go the shop, you can get a temporary fix by following their Instagram account.Here are 5 Reasons We’re Following Their Instagram Account.
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What is Teh Sarbat?