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I usually buy Lim Chee Guan's Bah Kwa during Chinese New Year to let my parents have a try, because of the usual long queue, sometimes I forgo this store and move on to its competitors. Lim Chee Guan's Bah Kwa's price can be a little steep compared to its peers, but still many people prefer Lim Chee Guan to the rest.I can understand why. Lim Chee Guan's Bahkwa is more 'dry' compared to its peers, hence it does not taste that oily. The meat that they use is also very tender, which is great for th
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I usually buy Lim Chee Guan's Bah Kwa during Chinese New Year to let my parents have a try, because of the usual long queue, sometimes I forgo this store and move on to its competitors. Lim Chee Guan's Bah Kwa's price can be a little steep compared to its peers, but still many people prefer Lim Chee Guan to the rest.

I can understand why. Lim Chee Guan's Bahkwa is more 'dry' compared to its peers, hence it does not taste that oily. The meat that they use is also very tender, which is great for the older generation where they cannot chew on hard food. Hence, Lim Chee Guan's Bahkwa is quite appropriate for them.

However, because of the queue that often forms at Chinatown outlets, I usually do not patronise them if I need a dosage of Bah Kwa. They seldom have sales, but one good thing is that for every packet of bahkwa that you buy, it comes in an airtight packet, which is great for my friends to bring back overseas by flight.
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