6 Jalan Bukit Merah
#01-120 ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre
Singapore 150006

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11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm


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PSA ask for bujiantian!!!

The siobak didn't have much skin, which is ridiculous. Moreover the meat was v thick so the crisp isn't really enough anyway even for the one tiny piece of skin I got, but the crisp is good

Char siew is overdone, to the point of being almost powdery at some parts. It's not particularly tender either

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Located at ABC Hawker along Bukit Merah, Fatty Cheong is the go-to if you're craving for some really good char siew!

The char siew is the perfect glistening caramelised fatty strips of pork with crispy charred edges that's second to none. The shao rou/siu yoke has the best crackling skin that's oh so crunchy with a nice tender bite to the meat. Paired with your choice of rice or egg noodles, it's no wonder that you'd spot a long queue whenever you visit!


Theirs is very sweet and has a strong smell of alcohol. I don't like it at all but I guess part of it is personal preference

This was not v good at all. No flavour and tough

The siobak has a nice crisp and a very strong caramelised aroma.

Char siew has a powdery crust and was abit dry, and it wasn't as tender as I expected. Not sure if this is their bujiantian cut

This was still pretty solid tho

Finally got to try the much vaunted “Not See Sky” Char Siew Rice from this stall. I ordered for take away one serving of “Not See Sky” Char Siew Rice and added Roast Pork and one Braised Egg. Costs $6 per packet.

The char Siew was very tender. It came with a layer of fat at the top and the meat below this layer had the same bite as pork neck meat. The caramelised sauce added a different dimension in flavour. One complaint is there was a bit of charred black section that should have been removed.

The roast pork was cut in large chunks. Just so so, nothing to scream about. But the char siew is definitely worth coming back again for.