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Kim Joo Guan (South Bridge Rd) (金裕源)

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Positioning itself as a boutique bak kwa retailer, Kim Joo Guan manufactures and sells premium BBQ sliced bak kwa.

Mon - Sun: 10:00 - 20:00

+65 62255257
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Yummy pork slices

Delicious honey smokey flavoured charred pork slices - makes a great snack, and will keep for around 2 weeks. The server is also very friendly, and will happily allow you to try the different types of pork slices until you are certain which one you want to buy.

For full review go to http://plan-mb.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/kim-joo-guan-chinatown-singapore-23.html

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• 04 Jul 2012 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Yummy pork slices

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Delicious honey smokey flavoured charred pork slices - makes a great snack, and will keep for around 2 weeks. The server is also very friendly, and will happily allow you to try the different types of pork slices until you are certain which one you want to buy.

For full review go to http://plan-mb.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/kim-joo-guan-chinatown-singapore-23.html

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• 30 Mar 2010 • 275 reviews • 32 followers

Strong char-grilled flavour but hard to chew

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For many years, Kim Joo Guan was a wholesaler supplying bak kwa to famous retail brands, but it recently entered the retail market.

We found that its seasoning tasted similar to Bee Cheng Hiang, with a good blend of sweet-salty flavours. The meat was very thickly sliced. Although the meat was fatty, it was dry and tough to chew in some parts.

The bak kwa also had a very strong char-grilled smoky flavour, which some of us liked, but others thought was overpowering. On a side note, we were rather impressed with its classy packaging. It costs $43 a kilo

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• 22 Jan 2010 • 16 reviews • 5 followers

Tough and rubbery!

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I am so disappointed! Self claimed, the bak kwa supplier behind Lim Chee Guan is to hard, tough and rubbery! Just go back to Lim Chee Guan. Even Mei Zhen Xiang is so much better than this...
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