How long can you keep bak kwa Lim Chee Guan?

How long can you keep bak kwa Lim Chee Guan?

Bak Kwa are prepared daily. After opening, it’s best to consume the bakkwa within 5 days. The remaining bakkwa can be kept in the fridge and to be consumed within 30 days from date of purchase. For Fresh Bak Kwa, it is best consumed within 7 days.

How much is 1kg of Lim Chee Guan?

Lim Chee Guan bak kwa prices

Type Price per kg
Signature $62
Chilli $64
Mini BBQ pork $58
Beef $58

How does Kim Hwa Guan bak kwa taste?

Kim Hwa Guan’s bak kwa was super soft and tender, and they had a taste which was lighter and slightly less sweet than the overwhelming fragrance that I was used to.

How much does Kim Joo Guan bak kwa cost?

However, they have supplied to five of the most notable Bak Kwa brands in Singapore for more than 30 years. What I liked about their Bak Kwa ($47 per kg of traditional pork slice, $50 during CNY period) – the barbeque pork slices are tasty, thick and moist, nicely charred on the edges, not overly oily.

How much is a kg of bak kwa?

This is because everybody will happily fork out their hard earned money for bak kwa. In 2014, bak kwa — also known as the tastier version of a jerky with a distinctive charred salty sweet spiced barbecued taste — is going for $50/kg at Bee Cheng Hiang, $52/kg at Lim Chee Guan and an epic $77/kg for Bee Cheng Hiang’s gourmet slices.

Where to get the best bak kwa in Chinatown?

The tip every Chinese New Year is, get your Bak Kwa early to avoid the long queues and higher prices. One will see insanely long queues at the Chinatown area, with customers coveting over the few famous Bak Kwa brands. There is Kim Joo Guan at South Bridge Road, just minutes walk away from Chinatown MRT and Maxwell Food Centre.