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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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From the Burpple community

Whenever I am feeling low, I look around me and I know
there’s a place that will stay within me, wherever I may choose to go. I will always recall the stall where they serve up the best roast meats, and that is Fatty Cheong.

At $8 for the holy trinity of roast duck, roast pork & char siew, it’s a shocking steal. Y’all already know all about their fatty, smoky and savory char siew is, how unbelievably unctuous their sio bak is, and of course, y’all know all about that ridiculously redolent roast duck. But that dark, delicious gravy just holds it all together oh so perfectly, and floods the steamed rice with flavor.

This is home, truly, where I know I must eat. Where my dreams wait for me, where the gravy always flows.


Fatty Cheong has opened up a new noodle stall right at the back of ABC Hawker Center, and for five bucks, you too could get a plate of sapid shui gao (soup wonton) hor fun.

While the shui gaos aren’t the best as the skin is too thick, it’s still quite quaint in its own right. Due to the generosity of Fatty Cheong (who I’m gonna go out on a limb and assume is the owner), those shui gaos are pretty plump and sensationally superb. The hor fun is done al dente, and the standard issue chili is rather redolent and spicy. Of course, Fatty Cheong’s sinfully stellar char siew makes everything better.

Hey, if you liked the noodles at the OG stall, you’re gonna love this one.


The char siew is very tender and has the fragrance of the charred taste. The dark sauce and the chilli sauce pair beautifully with the char siew and rice. The rice is abit dry though, which is why the sauce comes in useful. Score: 9/10

One of the best shao rou I’ve even eaten. The skin is crispy and the fats melt in your mouth.

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My go to stall at ABC and I always get it the charsiew-roast pork combination for $4!! Pls say yes when they ask if you want gravy and chili and mix everything up into a brown ugly delicious mess before devouring it🤤


At fatty cheong’s noodles stall ( next to nanyang coffee ), you can expect a a plate of excellent noodles.

While most would go for his char siew rice ( at his first stall ), there has been a steady build up of followers for his Wanton Mee at his second stall that does mainly noodles.

The char siew is roasted to perfection with a slightly sweet and glistering ✨ exterior . The Char siew is moist and succulent. The noodles are springy and cooked “‘al -dente” and accompanied by sambal chilli on the side and drenched with a tasty and saucy broth .

Portions are very generous and that is an added plus point 😊