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

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11:00am - 03:30pm

11:00am - 03:30pm

11:00am - 03:30pm

11:00am - 03:30pm


11:00am - 03:30pm

11:00am - 03:30pm

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My favorite char siew and roasted pork rice. They have good combination of thick but yet juicy. I like that they use pork belly for their charsiew!

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Even for takeaway and looking like this, this was very good. The char siew was moist and smoky, while the roast meat was fatty and crispy. And I appreciate the rice was chicken rice, not white rice.

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Went at 6pm on a Friday and surprised that they were not sold out and no queue either! We got the small charsiew rice ($4.50) which I guess is really meant for small eaters. However the charsiew was real good! Juicy, charred and sweet, they're easily gone with a few bites. I guess quality >quantity. Will most probably buy it again if there's no queue.

There are generic roasts and there are the cream of the crops, and Roast Paradise falls at the top of the food chain. I cannot rave enough on how good their char siew is; strong roast aroma, sticky sweet caramelised meat and the perfect meat to fat ratio. Their roast pork is the benchmark that what all roast pork stalls should envision to be, any lower standard and we should not waste our calories on it. Paired with Roast Paradise’s garlic rice and tangy chilli, it’s really a perfect combination that one could ask for.
✨ Roast Paradise
📍 51 Old Airport Road, Old Airport Road Food Centre, Unit 01-121, Singapore 390051
🍴 [Self Funded]


Decided to try after seeing long queue and read good reviews about the stall. Curious to know how good it is until people so kiasu to queue 😂

It’s a very fatty char siew meat slices, the meat to fat ratio is heavier on the fat side. Personally I’m quite ok with it. The roasted pork also quite crunchy, accompanied with the sauce.

Overall, it’s good but not spectacular roasted meat rice.

Upon constant recommendation by a good friend, we decided to give the highly-acclaimed Roast Paradise a go. Being very accustomed to the quality that Fatty Cheong provides, this place clearly didn’t disappoint.

What made it stand out was the relatively darker and glazed KL-style char siew with a very SOLID ratio of fat to lean meat. It’s especially pleasing to someone with a palate on the sweeter side like myself. The game changer for this stall was indeed their homemade Hakka Noodles can be added on (and I highly insist you do). Each bite was super springy and soft, giving the noodles a very “Q” texture.