Unsatisfied with my sup tulang experience from Newton, I decided to try the tulang from Adam Road. For $6, I received five bones with much more meat on them than the almost meatless bones from Newton - compare the pictures and it is pretty obvious. With a bit of knocking on the bowl, each bone yielded a sliver of slippery marrow.
Unlike the Newton gravy, this reddish gravy was not mixed with egg - this made the gravy less thick, which allowed me to taste its pure sweet-spicy flavour. Although Ibrahim's gravy was slightly milder in terms of spiciness, it was still delicious with the mutton meat.
At the end of this tulang experience there remained a puddle of red gravy, so I used it as a gravy with my boiled okra.
Note: Ibrahim Mee Stall seems to be known for its roti john and not its sup tulang. While I was queueing up, people were ordering roti john and a contruction worker even ordered more than ten packets of fried rice, and I was the only person who ordered tulang. This leads me to think that even though Ibrahim's tulang was good, there is better out there!
Adam Road Food Centre
2 Adam Road