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Arriving by public bus: #7,14,14e,16,65,106,111,123,175,502,502A (09048 - Lucky Plaza) Arriving by Train: Exit A - (NS22 Orchard) Nearest Carpark: Paragon Carpark continue reading
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Telephone
6732 3433
Introduction
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
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 21:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.bch.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Bak Kwa
Review (1)
Level4 2010-11-28
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Bee Cheng Hiang has always been our favourite local brand for roasted pork slices (their signature item) and some other varieties which include cuttlefish, cookies and more. I walked into the shop hoping to select a suitable roasted pork slice for my friends from overseas. As I was walking around the store, the cuttlefish caught my eye. The packaging looks tempting, just then one of the staff suggested I give it a try as the item is new and is currently on promotion. I took a piece of it and surprisingly it was good. It felt tender and the flavouring was just right without being too salty. It was on promotion at 2 packets for $5 and 1 packet for $3. I decided to buy 2 packets so I could share it with my friends as well. The cuttlefish is neatly sealed in the vacuum plastic bag ensuring its freshness is not compromise. Service staff was friendly in their approach. I feel the price for the cuttlefish is reasonable. continue reading
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