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Telephone
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Introduction
For over 50 years, Hoo Kee Bak Chang has been tantalising the taste buds of Singaporeans with their traditional, authentic and delectable Hokkien Bak Changs (rice dumplings). A more robust and flavourful version than its Nonya or Cantonese counterparts, every mouthful of this classic Hokkien delicacy is a treat. An immensely satisfying blend of soft and moist glutinous rice with savoury meat and crunchy chestnuts, the dumplings are expertly wrapped in fragrant bamboo leaves and cooked to perfection. continue reading
Awards and Titles
Michelin's Bib Gourmand (2019)
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 17:00
Mon - Sat
11:00 - 17:00
Sun
Closed
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Michelin Guide
Restaurant Website
http://www.hookeebakchang.sg/home.html
Signature Dishes
Salted Egg Yolk Chestnut Dumpling Mushroom with Chestnut Dumpling Chestnut Dumpling
Review (8)
Level4 2013-11-06
596 views
Hoo Kee Rice Dumpling, the legendary great dumplings from Amoy Street Food Centre . My colleague is one of their fans and started taking mass order through telephone with them. As he carried the bags and bags of dumplings into the pantry, the whole office smell of "Ba Zhang" (Rice Dumplings) till that it was hard that anyone would popped by and asked me what's the smell as I'm sitting near the pantry. It's aroma had already lured us into the pantry making some of us unbearable till the extent that we unwrapped the leaves and bite them immediately. The glutinous rice was soft, moist and filled of flavours.Yellow Raffia String symbolizes chestnut with salted egg Yolk, costs $3.30 while the red raffia string is the original flavour (just chestnut) that costs $2.50 continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-23
344 views
i like it with the sweet chilli sauce provided. Size of Bah Zhang is a little small though but the tasty ingredients make up for it. Definitely go for the salted egg york version. And do call before going down to avoid disappointment. Ah Peng only has a small steamer that prepares maybe 30 dumplings a go ... i think. It does not matter whether you eat on the spot while its hot or you packet back, tried and verified continue reading
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Level4 2012-12-16
262 views
You definitely need to be here early to be assured of a dumpling since it sells quite fast. I got 5 of the salted egg dumpling home and made it hot the next day for lunch. The salted egg yolk is large and lovely. Although it is high in cholesterol, I couldn’t help but to finish all of the salted egg yolk. The mushrooms in the dumpling are also juicy and full of flavour. the meat is both fatty and lean which helps to moisten the dumpling and the meat such that it is not to dry. It is really delicious. Now I know why it sells so fast, because it is one of the best that I had, definitely beating all the other dumpling chain stores. continue reading
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Level3 2011-10-21
176 views
no doubt the best dumplings in singapore. they serve 3 types , the chesnut , mush room with chestnus , and salted egg one. both 3 taste great, size is a bit smaller than usual but each bite is chockful of flavour. the meat is very lean which i like. its about $3 a pop . be there very early or order in advance as it is usually sold out by lunch time continue reading
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Level4 2011-10-02
162 views
I love dumpling festivals! The dumplings sold at Hoo Kee Rice Dumping are fantastic! I especially like their nonya dumling as the filling is very gernerous! Its almost like every bite of the dumpling is saturated with the aroma from the fillings. Super yummy! They are also served pipping hot, great for a cold weather! continue reading
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