Thursday, October 30, 2008

Chinese BBQ Pork

Chinese BBQ pork is a Chinese delicacy and one of my favourite food. Unfortunately, my hometown failed to produce a decent BBQ pork and mostly they used minced meat for that purpose.

Singapore on the other hand is famous for its Chinese BBQ pork. Even my boss bought a few packets from this country before Chinese New year and ship them back.

While In Singapore, I also took this opportunity to try some their BBQ pork. There are a lot of stalls that sold this product at the Chinatown. After shopped around, we decided to purchased from "Bee Cheng Hiang" at New Bridge Road. For those who remember a Singapore movie " I Not Stupid", Bee Cheng Hiang was one of the sponsor for the BBQ pork in the movie.

At this outlet, one can see through a transparent glass how the BBQ pork is prepared. I been told by the employee here we can purchased with credit card with no additional charges. According to them again, other outlet nearby charge some additional charges for using credit card.

We bought a few packets home for my parents and in laws to savour this unique delicacy. There are a few types of BBQ pork sold at this outlet. Sliced pork (1Kg at SGD43) is their best seller, according to the employee. We also bought Chilli Gourment (600g for SGD30) which is very hot but still remain delicious. Another type we bought is Gourment (600g for SGD30) which is very tasty. There are samples for buyers to taste for each type of pork sold there before the buyers decide which one to buy.

Before we left the country, my office branch staff gave me a packet of Chinese BBQ Pork as a present. On closer inspection, it was bought from "Kim Hock Guan" outlet. From the business card, there are a few outlets at South Bridge Road, Bencoolen Street, The Bencoolen Singapore and East Coast Road.

It is equally tasty and I came to conclusion most of the Chinese BBQ pork here are pretty much standardized in term of quality and taste. Most importantly, the products are not made of minced meat.

15 comments:

Xjion89 said...

oooo, it looks very nice. I also love tat its handling is quite hygienic. The price is okay too..

renaye said...

another famous company in malaysia that produces bbq meat is wing heong.

j|g said...

oh i love 'bak kua' i know some at jalan alor KL but haven't tried any from SG yet. :D

Johnny Ong said...

this blog post non-halal hehehe

Precious Pea said...

Is this Sg or My owned? I always buy it from here.

the donG said...

by the looks alone, i can say that it does tastes good!

Nanaybelen said...

i have just eaten pork bgq.. but a little only because of my cholesterol level

TNH said...

that's also 1 of my favourite food...as for Bee Cheng Hiang, have you try thier cheese bak gua before..that one not bad..but can't eat to much

shawnn loo said...

I heard this shop name very well, quite popular, but havent try yet.

I will have chance one day (CNY coming soon, wahahaha).

WanWan said...

not made from minced meat then make of what ler?? hmmmm

Borneo Falcon said...

I think the shop is Singapore owned brand.

Cheese bak gua..... that is something new I haven't try.

If not using minced meat, I believe they used sliced meat.

Kikey Loo said...

Chinese BBQ pork also my favorite!!!
i miss them so much!!!!!!!!

can you fedex to me? (just joking!) hehe.. :)

chubskulit said...

Hmmmmnnn I never tried chinese bbq pork.. What's its difference from the regular bbq pork?

misty said...

Is chinese bbq pork better than the regular bbq?

Borneo Falcon said...

Both Chinese BBQ Pork and regular BBQ taste differently. Hard to describe it until one try it. Chinese BBQ also drier that regular BBQ

Also Chinese BBQ pork can be kept/stored for a longer period compare to regular BBQ.

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