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Tiong Bahru Lee Hong Kee Cantonese Roasted

Asian, Cantonese, Chinese, Local

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4 votes

Fri - Sun: 09:00 - 20:00

Mon - Wed: 09:00 - 20:00

Tiong Bahru Lee Hong Kee Cantonese Roasted has been in the business for more than 50 years and remains a popular place for roasted meat lovers in the area.
The Hungry Bunny • 25 Dec 2012554 reviews 21 followers

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We like the Cantonese roasts at this stall, usually marked by a substantial queue as well. While we wouldn't brave the queue for the food here, we will get a 2-person portion if there isn't a queue.
 
 We had:
 
1) Roasted Duck ($12): fairly fresh, very flavoursome, succulent and with just the right amount of fat to make this extra tasty without that much of the guilt
 
2) Roasted...

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The Hungry Bunny • 25 Dec 2012554 reviews 21 followers

Read more reviews at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.com 
 
We like the Cantonese roasts at this stall, usually marked by a substantial queue as well. While we wouldn't brave the queue for the food here, we will get a 2-person portion if there isn't a queue.
 
 We had:
 
1) Roasted Duck ($12): fairly fresh, very flavoursome, succulent and with just the right amount of fat to make this extra tasty without that much of the guilt
 
2) Roasted...

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Rolling • 06 Aug 2012151 reviews 1 followers

Please go to http://rollingwrites.blogspot.sg/2012/07/tiong-bahru-lee-hong-kee.html for pictures!
 
I opted for the Char Siew and Sio Bak ($3). It's not that it's not nice, just that I think it's overhyped. It's my fault that the roasted pork's skin is no longer crispy because I asked for the sauce. But the char siew was not as sweet as I liked it to be, and perhaps was too fatless. For some people, you may like this combination of char siew- fatless and...

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Kris Leong 465 • 09 Feb 201271 reviews 5 followers

Am a long-time customer…..since old Tiong Bahru market days.

Roast pork has crispy skin, char siew and roast duck are good as well. They serve rice and noodles.

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