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111 Killiney Road
Singapore 239550

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Saturday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

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Reviews

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Well I now understand the hype, but to be fair, Fook Kin is a restaurant, and restaurant-level roast is usually good. The roast meat was the best, with enough fat and crackle. The char siew cut thick like most showy char siew, but it wasn't the best end product. The duck was forgettable.

we loved the amazing char taste on char siew! you should pair roast meats w mee pok!

HIGHLIGHT HIGHLIGHT HIGHLIGHT of fookkin

The Hakka noodles reminds me of the kolo mee I had at my grandparents’ place, back in Malaysia. It’s not a smth you can find easily in Singapore and I’m so so so happy fookkin/roast paradise made it happen.

STORY TIME: a customer mistook the staff for not adding sauce to his noodles judging based on its look. Fret not sir, it’s colourless but it is PACKED with flavours (esp the lard.... oh goodness 🤤)

10/10 must order

Tip: if you’re already ordering their platter or rice/noodle bowl (if not what are you there for man!!) you might wanna skip this. It’s basically roasted meat with the fried mantou!! I appreciate that the mantou isn’t too oily (there’s enough sinful fats from the charsiew/ siew yoke, heyyy not complaining tho!!!)

Here’s the trick tho, in the siewyoke mantou, it comes with pickles cucumber or smth like that. In the charsiew mantou, it comes with their mustard sauce and in the dang gui ya, there’s a pickled radish. I like how all these touches help to reduce the gelak-ness HAHA. Love it actually!!!

they are HELLA generous with their salted egg sauce. The lotus root is fried till crispy yet the slight sweetness of lotus root isn’t lost. Remember to eat them fast!! They are so generous with the sauce that the chips turn soggy pretty soggy

One thing tho.... it doesn’t taste like salted egg sauce, more like a sweet & savory butter sauce hehe, but I still like it regardless

Loved the meats! My favourite in descending order were the siu yok, duck and char siew. A lot of these noodles can be quite dry and flavourless out there, but this one was packed with flavour and if you choose chili, there will be belacan added as well. $11+ for a bowl, but I can’t complain with the amount of meat and noodles that greeted me. You can also opt for only char siew or siew yok.

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