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Kim Hock Guan (South Bridge Rd) (金福源)

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Started in 1905, Kim Hock Guan is Singapore's first and oldest bak kwa chain with a history of 105 years. It is now into its 4th generation, and is run by Lim Brothers. Testimonials for Kim Hock Guan’s Bak Kwa quality includes nomination for the best bak kwa (barbequed dried pork) in Singapore in the “Bak Kwa Index” by The Straits Times in 2007.

 

 

Our Factory: 3017 Bedok North Street 5 #04-03 S486121

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Mon - Sat: 10:00 - 20:00

Sun & PH: 11:00 - 19:00

+65 65352536
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• 13 Apr 2010 • 150 reviews • 0 follower

Bak Kwa

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This bak kwa is one of my must buys every new year, my mother and relatives loves it.It is very well-marinated and well done.Juicy, yet tender and chewy.Very nice.
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• 26 Feb 2010 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

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this is one of the oldest BBQ meat stores in Singapore. It has situated in Fook Hai since the longest time i know. The BBQ meat is juicy and just right..
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