111 Killiney Road
Singapore 239550

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11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

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Trio of caramelised char siew, roasted sio bak and roasted duck with a choice of mee pok / mee kia 》$11.80

I love char siew and this is definitely one of the better ones out there. There is a nice distribution of fats & meat with the outer layer nicely charred and caramelised that melts in my mouth. Although the sio bak is not as attractive, it was also done well with tender meat and crispy crackling skin. The roasted duck came with a light and crispy skin that looked quite similar to their char siew. The meat was tender and flavourful with the use of herbs and spices.

Last but not least, the mee pok was cooked al-dente with the right texture. It was very springy and not clumpy at all. Do not be deceived with this plain looking bowl of noodles that turned out very flavourful with their special sauce, chilli, bak chor and onsen egg. It was so good that I will come back just to have a bowl of their noodles.

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Thinly sliced lotus root fried to crispy and tossed in salted egg sauce 》$7.80

These are good as a snack for sharing. Each slice of lotus root has the perfect thickness and crispiness. The creaminess from salted egg sauce and crunchiness from lotus root is so addictive that makes you want more.

Ordered the platter ($20) because their sell point is supposedly the meat, but it really wasn't anything life-changing. In fact, I liked everything else better, i.e. them pillowy steamed buns and flavourful sauces. Who knew wasabi would go so well with roast pork?

Their stir-fried long beans gets a thumbs up too, they use less dried shrimp so it doesn't overwhelm.

Fragrant Rice 油饭 ($2)
Their rice was indeed fragrant, similar to what you'll get from Chicken Rice stalls!

Would probably be a lot better if I were to eat it there when the food still hot, but it's also pretty pricey, so I'll have to consider before giving it a visit in future!

Minced Meat Mee Kia ($3.50)
The noodles were made oily so it doesn't stick together even after delivery, and despite the oil I did enjoy the noodle texture - definitely wasn't soggy, and flavour was there too.

[Fook Kin]
Heard many people rave about @fook.kin's meat so I decided to try it for myself! (Note that the prices are for Delivery though!)

Mix Platter (500g) ($42.50)
Chose their famous Charsiew and Roasted Pork platter, and although we didn't eat it when it's still hot, the Charsiew flavour was pretty good! Really flavourful, except that the fats weren't melt-in-your-mouth - not sure if it's because of delivery, but it became a little surfeiting midway. Roasted pork was still slightly crispy, but the meat were slightly too fatty for my liking as well.

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