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531A Upper Cross Street
#02-18 Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
Singapore 051531

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Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
12:00pm - 07:30pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 07:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 07:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 07:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 07:30pm

Saturday:
Closed

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

This might be fear factor for some but I implore you to fear-less as this plate of kway chap (starting from $3.50) is what every carnivorous person should aspire to achieve. While some might deter from ordering the big intestines as some stalls do not clean it properly, which results in a stench, you can rest assure that Ah Kee does it impeccably well. Everything was so well balanced and you will not experience any strong “herbally” flavour in the braising liquid. I would highly recommend adding the pork belly/braised duck and especially the silky smooth pig’s skin.
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Ah Kee Braised Duck Rice Kway Chap
Address: 531A, Upper Cross Street, Hong Lim Food Centre, Unit 02-18, Singapore 051531

#BurppleChinatown

5 Likes

This stall at Hong Lim Market & Food Centre is a foolproof choice for when you're in the mood for consistently good kway chap. Burpple Tastemaker Julius Lim also likes it for its affordable price and generous portions — definitely a plus for larger appetites or post-workout meals! The cook is known to pile the plates, but don't let that stop you from adding on a portion of duck to your basic Kway Chap Set (from $3.50). The bird is their specialty after all, and the meat is tender yet with great bite. Other add-ons to consider are Pig's Ears ($1) and Large Intestine ($1.50). That's exactly what Burpple Tastemaker Julius Lim ordered, and his heaping plateful of goodness came up to a very, very decent $6. Burp!
Avg price: $5
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Julius Lim

This might be fear factor for some but I implore you to fear-less as this plate of kway chap (starting from $3.50) is what every carnivorous person should aspire to achieve. While some might deter from ordering the big intestines as some stalls do not clean it properly, which results in a stench, you can rest assure that Ah Kee does it impeccably well. Everything was so well balanced and you will not experience any strong “herbally” flavour in the braising liquid. I would highly recommend adding the pork belly/braised duck and especially the silky smooth pig’s skin.
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Ah Kee Braised Duck Rice Kway Chap
Address: 531A, Upper Cross Street, Hong Lim Food Centre, Unit 02-18, Singapore 051531

#BurppleChinatown

6 Likes

Once upon a time, I had this almost every Sunday after gym. Alas, they changed their opening hours and I rarely get the chance to patronize Ah Kee (#02-18) anymore. I’m glad to say that it’s still just as good and super value for money!

One thing they aren’t shy about is putting a whole lot of meat on your plate. With the normal set and a couple of add-ons, this stacked plate only costs $6! And the liao is gooooood... Everything has had ample care and is tender and juicy. I’d also recommend adding on their duck to this set as that’s their speciality.

10 Likes

Duck meat was tender and skillfully sliced to have the same thickness that is perfect for the bite. Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/an-kee-braised-duck-rice-hong-lim-food-centre/

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