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Lim Chee Guan (Chinatown) (林志源)

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Lim Chee Guan's bak kwa is probably the most sought after during the Chinese New Year period. Be prepared to queue for hours as it will be common for hordes of customers to queue up just to get a pack of bak kwa.

Mon - Sun: 09:00 - 22:00

+65 62278302
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One of the better bak kwas in SG, and some say Batam! ;)

Every year during Chinese New Year, I keep telling myself not to face the crazy queue for Lim Chee Guan’s bak kwa (sliced barbeque pork), which can take up to 6 hours. 

Lim Chee Guan's bak kwa is one of the better ones around town, the texture is tender and flavourful, and worth the carbs. It actually tastes better out of Chinese New Year period (plus no queue!), and after trying the different types (even prawn bak kwa), the signature pork flavour and the bacon strips taste the best IMHO. Read more: http://spunktitud3.wordpress.com/2014/01/22/limcheeguan/

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• 04 Feb 2014 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

One of the better bak kwas in SG, and some say Batam! ;)

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Every year during Chinese New Year, I keep telling myself not to face the crazy queue for Lim Chee Guan’s bak kwa (sliced barbeque pork), which can take up to 6 hours. 

Lim Chee Guan's bak kwa is one of the better ones around town, the texture is tender and flavourful, and worth the carbs. It actually tastes better out of Chinese New Year period (plus no queue!), and after trying the different types (even prawn bak kwa), the signature pork flavour and the bacon strips taste the best IMHO. Read more: http://spunktitud3.wordpress.com/2014/01/22/limcheeguan/
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  • http://spunktitud3.wordpress.com/2014/01/22/limcheeguan/
• 25 Jan 2014 • 82 reviews • 4 followers

Which Bak Kwa to choose?

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For full review, visit http://www.littletinysun.com/2014/01/so-many-bak-kwas-which-ones-to-buy-from.html

Lim Chee Guan is one of my personal favourites, is it worth the queue? Is it worth the time queuing? Is it worth the money queuing? When does one start to queue? 

More details can be found on my blog here: http://www.littletinysun.com/2014/01/so-many-bak-kwas-which-ones-to-buy-from.html
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  • http://www.littletinysun.com/2014/01/so-many-bak-kwas-which-ones-to-buy-from.html
• 14 Sep 2013 • 47 reviews • 1 follower

best bak kwa

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quite sure this is the best bak kwa in sg. pple are just too used to BCH to give this a try which is a shame.

more reviews and pictures
http://www.thesmartlocal.com/sg/snacks/6050-lim-chee-guan
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