30 Seng Poh Road
#02-60 Tiong Bahru Market
Singapore 168898

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08:30am - 08:30pm

08:30am - 08:30pm

08:30am - 08:30pm

08:30am - 08:30pm

08:30am - 08:30pm

08:30am - 08:30pm

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3 meat rice because I gotta try everything I can on one platter. Roast pork was crispy and char siew was a good amount of lean and melt in your mouth fatty. Doused in a thick dark sauced gravy, it gave both a sweet and savoury flavour to the whole plate of rice. Duck was pretty decent as well!


Lee Hong Kee is one of the stalls at Tiong Bahru Market which attracts a long queue no matter what time you go. I managed to get some of their freshly made sio yok during my recent visit.

It's hard to resist sio yok when it comes hung on the rack fresh out of the oven. The golden brown crackling and the alluring aroma just makes me sallivate.

Their char siew is decent but I really enjoyed the super crispy crackling on their sio yok.

We managed to catch their char siew this time. Overall nothing to complain. Their sauce is the killer.

The roast meats here are far from being the best in Singapore, so the almost-cult status enjoyed by this stall is a bit mysterious. However, the food is good - in fact better than that at restaurants charging several times the price here. Fantastic value !

It was a shame that Zhong Yu Yuan Wei was closed on Mondays and Fridays, but Lee Hong Kee had put up a worthy competition with their roast meats. How popular it was was simply reflected by the long queue in front of the stall, even before the lunch crowd could swarm in.

Their Char Siew with Roast Pork Rice (S$4.00) came with an option of sauce or no sauce. Obviously, the sauce could add some flavours and moisture to the meats and rice, since it would not come with soup by default. I liked the Char Siew for having a decent proportion of fat and lean meat (not as perfect as the 不见天 cut but still good enough), but the roast pork was a little disappointing for having a very thin layer of skin, and as a result the crunch was not as “shiok” (I preferred Roast Pork with the crackling effect).

The flavours were nice, but I wished I could feel fuller after the meal.


Tiong Bahru Lee Hong Kee Cantonese Roasted #02-60
Roasted Pork Char Siew Rice + Char siew ($6)
- Sauce was sweet and had a slight herbal flavour
- Good char and caramelisation all around the char siew, char siew here is more meaty and leaner compared to other stalls
- Roasted pork here was of higher standards, with the skin providing a really good crunch
- Chili was spicy, and slightly tart complementing the sauce well but not the kind that you want to drench your rice in
Overall, would actually rate this stall as my favourite roast meat stall thus far for its value and leaner cuts offered. Perhaps my only gripe would be that this stall does not serve sambal chili
Price: 8.5/10
Taste: 9/10
Overall: 9/10

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