465 Changi Road
Singapore 419886

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Thursday:
09:00am - 07:00pm

Friday:
09:00am - 07:00pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 07:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
09:00am - 07:00pm

Tuesday:
09:00am - 07:00pm

Wednesday:
09:00am - 07:00pm

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$22 for 500g
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Bak Kwa with an Asian twist
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Bits of fresh pineapple embedded within a minced pork jerky
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An unique combination of savoury and sweet
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The fresh pineapple bits adds an irresistible tang and succulent crunch to the tender juicy minced pork
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These thick slices of BBQ pork is a must have for me every Chinese New Year. And I go one month before so I don’t have to queue. Only a few flavors are available for walk in. And they stop taking orders quite early so call way in advance.

These slices were so thick that there were only a few slices in a 500g pack. So good to chew. The more you chew the juicier it gets. Absolutely delicious.

Pineapple 🍍 BBQ Pork ζ—Ίζ₯肉干 (S$24 / 500 grams)
After all the talks about upcoming Chinese New Year during lesson, lead me to walking πŸšΆβ€β™€οΈ down the street to get some bak kwa.
About 4 to 5 pieces for 500 grams.
Thick slices with bits of pineapple 🍍 in it.
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Kim Peng Hiang 金品香
Address 🏠 : 465 Changi Road, Singapore πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¬ 419 886
Tel ☎️ : 6742 6853
Open πŸ’ˆ : Mon - Sat : 9am - 7pm
MRT πŸš‡ : Kembangan (EW6)
Note πŸ“ : Cash only

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This unique CNY delicacy is nearly double the thickness of regular bak kwa, making it more moist with a nicer chew to texture.

Blending with pineapple (you can see the chunks) makes the meat more tender, and imparts a fruit caramelised sweetness, complementing the savoury salty flavour of the pork.

Sibei shiok.
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Kim Peng Hiang
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465 Changi Road
Singapore 419886
Mon - Sat 9am - 7pm
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1 Park Road
#01-1044 People's Park Complex
Singapore 059108
Daily 9:30am - 7pm,
Closed alt Tue

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the royal bbq pork is a must order!

what i love about kph's royal bbq pork bakkwa is that it is made of sliced pork instead of minced pork. to date, it is one of the thickest bakkwas that i know! i would say that texture wise, it is chewy due to sliced pork being used instead of minced pork which usually breaks away/crumbles more easily. i think what makes kph popular with its customers is the texture of the meat that you probably can't find anywhere else. it feels like you're eating an extremely thin slice of dried pork chop.
kph's bakkwa is sweet and juicy with a slight smoky aftertaste. if you're looking for a strong smoky aftertaste, i'm afraid that kph isn't the right place to go for you. a store like lim chee guan ζž—εΏ—ζΊ would better serve your needs.
other popular items at kph would be their famous pineapple bbq pork bakkwa and the royal chilli sliced pork. the pineapple bbq pork bakkwa is definitely a unique selling point that draws the crowd to kph every year and you'll see people buying up boxes after boxes of it. it tastes like a slightly sweeter version of be royal bbq sliced pork bakkwa but with pineapple bits mixed into it. some find the pineapple version more tender than the royal bbq sliced pork but i don't remember the difference being that great. as for the royal chilli sliced pork, I wouldn't mind eating it but if offered the pineapple version or the royal bbq pork version, i would go for them instead. i find that the royal chilli sliced pork version offers a slightly different texture since the meat is more dry in comparison to the other two.

be prepared to queue for hours if you want a taste of this or just try to go at the odd timings and pray that there isn't a queue. i think that they impose restrictions on the quantity that you can buy but you can always just queue again or bring a few friends along with you.
新年块乐 and 新年快乐 everyone 🍊🍊

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the royal bbq pork is a must order!

what i love about kph's royal bbq pork bakkwa is that it is made of sliced pork instead of minced pork. the royal bbq pork bakkwa is one of the thickest that i know of and this just means greater satisfaction with each bite especially given how tender the meat is. i would say that texture wise, it is chewy due to sliced pork being used instead of minced pork which usually breaks away/crumbles more easily. i think what makes kph popular with its customers is the texture of the meat that you probably can't find anywhere else. it feels like you're eating an extremely thin slice of dried pork chop.
kph's bakkwa is sweet and juicy with a slight smoky aftertaste. if you're looking for a strong smoky aftertaste, i'm afraid that kph isn't the right place to go for you. a store like lim chee guan ζž—εΏ—ζΊ would better serve your needs.
other popular items at kph would be their famous pineapple bbq pork bakkwa and the royal chilli sliced pork. the pineapple bbq pork bakkwa is definitely a unique selling point that draws the crowd to kph every year and you'll see people buying up boxes after boxes of it. it tastes like a slightly sweeter version of be royal bbq sliced pork bakkwa but with pineapple bits mixed into it. some find the pineapple version more tender than the royal bbq sliced pork but i don't remember the difference being that great. as for the royal chilli sliced pork, I wouldn't mind eating it but if offered the pineapple version or the royal bbq pork version, i would go for them instead. i find that the royal chilli sliced pork version offers a slightly different texture since the meat is more dry in comparison to the other two.

be prepared to queue for hours if you want a taste of this or just try to go at the odd timings and pray that there isn't a queue. i think that they impose restrictions on the quantity that you can buy but you can always just queue again or bring a few friends along with you.
新年块乐 and 新年快乐!

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