Chinese New Year comes must eat bak kwa aka rougan aka bbq pork whatever you call it. Why must eat during CNY? A search on the internet reveals this: "The meat is commonly sold in red-coloured bags or packaging, an auspicious colour in Chinese culture." I just the like the BCH's sliced bak kwa, I like it tough, biting it can exercise the jaw's muscles. Others may have their favorite but to me it's still BCH, had it since young. continue reading
Bee Cheng Hiang's bakkwa boasts the highest quality of meat hand weaved using a traditional bamboo sieve. It is smothered slowly for hours over live coals in our secret recipe. The smoking process seals in a flow of sweet and savoury marinate that infuses delectable moisture into every piece of meat. The bakkwa is then barbecued over a glowing fire until it spatters and caramelize the tender meat in the all right place. Hot grill combined with dripping meat juice releases a sweet barbecue aroma to the already succulent meat meld together to deliver the authentic Bee Cheng Hiang Bakkwa. continue reading
09:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
09:30 - 22:00
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This shop is located at the bedok interchange, this shop have been there for many years. Selling ba gua and many other stuff like biscuit, pork floss and many others. Every new year i will get some of my new year goods from here. The staff here is very friendly and polite, other than this they will also tell me what's their new year promotion and what is worth buying for this chinese new year. Their ba gua is very soft and there's less burn on it. A shop worth visiting ! continue reading