Kim Kee Hong Kong Roast

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232 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3
AMK 232 Food House
Singapore 560232

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08:30am - 06:30pm

08:30am - 06:30pm

08:30am - 06:30pm

08:30am - 06:30pm


08:30am - 06:30pm

08:30am - 06:30pm

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There's been some talk about this stall and these two items. I don't hate the meal, but there's no reason to return. The chicken was slightly better, but most soy sauce chicken is acceptable. The duck's skin was nice but the meat sucked. If anything I'd highlight the chilli!

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Nestled in a coffeeshop across the carpark from Boon Tong Kee, this low-key stall is a hidden gem for spot-on roast meats. Tastemaker Russell Leong loves the Soya Sauce Chicken (from $10 for half a chicken) for its combination of juicy meat, slippery soft skin and a sauce that he describes to be "absolutely ambrosial, filled to the brim with all kinds of wonderful, savory Asian flavours". Tastemaker Kenneth Lee seconds the notion, adding that the chicken is succulent and that the marinade is well-balanced. Along with meat-loving Burppler Eileen Ong, Tastemaker Peter Wong is a big fan of their Roast Duck ($36/duck)! While some may find that pricey, he assures the ducks here tend to be bigger than most. With its glistening skin and moist, well-seasoned meat, this is one roast duck worth the splurge.
Avg price: $15 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Peter Wong


Soya sauce chicken that's mind blowing good.

It's been a few days since our #BurppleAMKHawkers trail but I can still reminisce the exact taste from my first bite of this chicken.

Expect thick slices of juicy and succulent chicken that's been wonderfully doused in a well-balanced soya sauce marinade. I'll definitely bring my family here to try it! #burpproved

金记香港烧腊•鸭饭•油鸡面家 | AMK 232 Foodhouse, Blk 232 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, 560232


The roast meats stall at 232 doesn't just serve some of the best soya sauce chicken round town, they roast up ducking good quackers as well.

Their roast duck is simply stunning, from the skin to the tender meat. The meat is tremendously tender for a roasted duck, succumbing easily to the vicious assault from all the teeth of the assembled Tastemakers. It's supple and magnificently juicy as well, and the potent five spice marinade has penetrated deep into the duck, resulting in a fantastically flavorful roast duck deserving of all five stars.

As for the skin itself, the fat beneath has been thoroughly cooked out and renders itself into the meat beneath, which explains the insane juiciness of the duck meat. The skin is beautifully browned and is crispy enough to bring goofy smiles to the faces of any fortunate enough to savor it.

There simply aren't enough adjectives in the dictionary to expound upon how exceptionally stellar this plate of duck is. You simply have to eat it to believe it.



Even though I was so hyped up to try this, it didn't disappoint at all! Their Soya Sauce Chicken ($10 for half) could easily matched up with Hawker Chan's! The Roasted Duck was probably their best dish here, oh so tender and flavourful (really rare for ducks!!). This was easily the favourite stop for everyone, and we were already planning a trip back here real soon!


Nestled within this coffee shop across the car park from Boon Tong Kee, is what is quite possibly one of the best soya sauce chickens in Singapore.

You see that perfect piece of poultry on my fork? That, kiddos, is the normally dry and stringy breast meat. Just look at how juicy and intact the flesh is! The lor (sauce) is absolutely ambrosial, filled to the brim with all kinds of wonderful, savory Asian flavors. And all that stellar flavor gets infused into the tender, juicy chicken, turning each chunk of chicken into an unbelievably enchanting umami bomb.

But wait, there's more! The skin is not spared from the relentless infusion of delicious goodness, and the skin of the chicken is a soft, slippery and stunningly savory sensation that's simply unforgettable. Trust me folks, you're gonna wanna eat that chicken skin. Every. Last. Bit. Of. It.

I'm kinda annoyed with myself that I didn't even know of the existence of this roast meat stall until fellow Tastemaker Peter intro'd this to us, but now I know where exactly to go to get my fill of superb soy sauce chicken.