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Best Bak Kwa Brands in Singapore

Best Bak Kwa Brands in Singapore

Originating from Fujian, China, bak kwa has become a quintessential part of our Chinese New Year. Tell us which is best bak kwa brand in Singapore by voting for them here!

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Bee Cheng Hiang

A homegrown favourite and household name, Bee Cheng Hiang is reliably good. Are they the best bak kwa brand in Singapore?

#2

Fragrance

Fragrance is one of the most successful bak kwa brands in Singapore, with over 30 outlets in Singapore. Are they the best bak kwa brand in Singapore?

#3

Kim Tee

Kim Tee has been around for over 40 years, serving up bak kwa that is still handmade to this day. How will they fare against other bak kwa brands?

#4

Lim Chee Guan

Founded in 1938, Lim Chee Guan has a long history and is a staple in many Singaporean homes during Chinese New Year. Do they make the best bak kwa? Vote a thumbs up if you think so!

#5

Fyre

Fyre is one of the newest players on the block, specializing in premium lychee and applewood bak kwa. Have you tried their products and what are your thoughts?

#6

Golden Gourmet

Fun fact: the owners of Golden Gourmet are the grandchildren of Kim Tee's founder! That means their bak kwa must be good, right? Do they have your vote?

#7

Hock Wong

Fans of Hock Wong love their honey-roasted bak kwa. We're eager to find out where they stand!

#8

Kim Hock Guan

Kim Hock Guan is the oldest bak kwa brand in Singapore. With a history that dates back to 1905, it has a loyal following that has withstood the test of time. Vote if they're your favourite bak kwa brand!

#9

Kim Hua Guan

This popular bak kwa hawker stall at People’s Park Food Centre has been around for over 50 years, drawing queues even when it's not CNY. Is their bak kwa the best in Singapore?

#10

Kim Joo Guan

Kim Joo Guan prides itself on its handmade bak kwa, made using fresh grain-fed Australian free-range pork that's chilled, not frozen. Where do they stand in your hearts?