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51 Old Airport Road
#01-121 Old Airport Road Food Centre
Singapore 390051

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Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:30pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 03:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 03:30pm

Monday:
Closed

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Roast pork was on the salty side, but it has a really crispy skin and the meat was tender.

The charsiew on the otherhand, the honey glazed one was too tough for my liking while the other type was too bland.

I had to queue about 15 mins for this on a weekend lunch time. Not too long compared to some of the other famous stalls. But at this price point, I'd expect better (or at least more).

I would order the roast pork if I come back here again though. Only the roast pork.

The sauce and marinade is nice, but I was very disappointed that the pork was really tough and dry. It was so tough at parts that I had problems chewing through it. Maybe it is cos it was not freshly roasted, but then again other char siew places don't have that problem.

Ordered the charsiu/roast pork rice from Roast Paradise after having to queue for about 15mins. It came with 2 sauces, a sweet/savory black dipping sauce and their chili. Highly recommend mixing both together for the meat. The charsiu had sticky glaze and a good meat to fat ratio and was very good. The roast pork was decent too and the skin quite crispy but charsiu was better for sure.

I stay in the far west so travelling to old airport road is not a chore as long as my favourite lormee & roast paradise are there.

It’s super rare to find fatty charsiew in Singapore when most of them are very lean and hard. This charsiew &siobak thoughhhhh, they literally melt in your mouth. I never understood they way food bloggers describe their meat as “melt in your mouth” until I tried roast paradise.

This kind of noodles (that look plain and not much colour) is more common in Malaysia I would say. Do not judge the taste by its colour 😤. Haiya, you have to try it yourself to understand what I mean. But this is really a must try (even worth travelling 1.5hrs for it)

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Char Siew rice ($5.50)

Char Siew rice (added charsiew)

Substantial amount of meat after adding meat. Charsiew is charred nicely and goes very well with the honey and chilli sauce. There is good fat-meat ratio too. Super sinful and yummy. The rice is not just white rice, it's chicken rice! You can help yourself to the cabbage soup at the side too - but think there's msg in the soup. Overall great consistency and will def be back for more! Be prepared to queue for 10-15mins during lunch peak.

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One of the BEST char siew I’ve ever eaten! Perfect balance of meat and fat. They render the fat so well that it melts and coats the meat making it so tender and juicy.

Unlike most of other roast stalls, the roast pork has a substantial amount of meat with crispy skin.

Overall, the price is a little bit steep for hawker, but it’s definitely worth it. If you’re on a budget, I will say go for the char siew rice ($4).

Verdict: 5/5 👍

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