Bak chang delivery services around Singapore
The pandemic has made our preparations for the annual Dragon Boat Festival celebrations even more of a pain in the butt, since opportunities such as bak chang fairs to physically buy our favourite rice dumplings are even harder to come by. That’s why we have created this list of bak chang delivery services, to ensure you get your fill of these lovely dumplings sent right to your doorstep.
1. Yi Jia Yuen Nonya Kueh And Cakes
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A traditionalist’s delight, Yi Jia Yuen Nonya Kueh And Cakes is pretty much a one-stop shop for your favourite festive goodies, especially for their selection of bak chang available. Savour their version of Bak Chang ($3.30), which is the sweeter Peranakan version, aka Nyonya chang. Dig into their kee chang as well that come in interesting flavours, such as Shredded Coconut With Gula Melaka ($7 for five pieces) for instance.
They offer islandwide services, with a minimum order of $15. Delivery fees also vary according to your location. Orders can be made through filling up a Google form found on their Facebook page.
Address: 3020 Ubi Avenue 2, #01-109, Kampong Ubi Industrial Estate, Singapore 408896
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 4pm
Tel: 6744 8454
2. Eastern Rice Dumpling
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With outlets popping up left, right, and centre, Eastern Rice Dumpling is surely a dependable source of bak chang for most of us around. They’re also known for infusing local flavours into their dumplings too, creating favourites such as the Black Pepper Chicken Rice Dumpling ($4.20) and XO Salted Egg Rice Dumpling ($5.80).
They’ll deliver your dumplings right to your doorstep as long as you make an order of $40 or more, together with an additional flat $10 delivery fee islandwide. However, if you do make a purchase of $80 or more, you will qualify for their free delivery service. Place your orders on their online shop.
Address: 300 Balestier Road, Singapore 329737
Opening hours: Daily 12am to 12am
Tel: 6352 6283
3. Kim Choo Kueh Chang
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You’ve probably heard of, or eaten Kim Choo Kueh Chang’s dumplings before. Coming straight outta Joo Chiat, they’re a true pioneer in the local bak chang scene, with the original shop in Joo Chiat also acting as a site for a Singapore Visitor Centre branch. If you’re a fan of sweeter food, go for the Nyonya Chang ($4.50), but if you prefer the salty, there’s also a Traditional Salty Chang ($4.50) as well.
For their islandwide delivery services, there will be a flat $10 delivery fee, with no minimum spend. Place your order through their online shop. Otherwise, look to GrabFood or Foodpanda to send over your zong zi.
Address: 60 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427784
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 9pm
Tel: 6344 0830
4. Hoo Kee Bak Chang
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To my fellow Hokkien folk, Hoo Kee Bak Chang might just be the right eatery to bring us closer to our roots. With over 50 years of experience, their version of Hokkien bak chang has been a household name with many families especially during this special occasion. You can get a bit of everything with the Deluxe All-In ($5.50), featuring marinated lean pork, roasted chestnuts, salted egg yolk, and shiitake mushrooms all in one bak chang.
Their delivery service requires a minimum order of $50, with a flat delivery fee of $5 applying as well. Your delivery fees will be waived if you make an order of $100 or more. Make your orders through their delivery website. Alternatively, look to other delivery platforms such as GrabFood or Foodpanda for islandwide delivery too.
Address: 7 Maxwell Road, #01-18, Amoy Street Food Centre, Singapore 069111
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 10am to 2pm
Tel: 6221 1155
5. Lao Ma Delicacies
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Some would insist that home-cooked food hits different, and Lao Ma Zi Kitchen is a living testament of that. They are indeed a home-based business, selling their made-to-order bak chang. Their Premium Savoury Salted Egg ($5.80) comes laced with roasted chestnuts, shiitake mushrooms, pork, and salted egg, ideal for those who enjoy the essentials.
Islandwide delivery can be provided for their dumplings, with a flat delivery fee of $8. Further instructions for your orders are disseminated through their Facebook page. However, they’re also open for self-collection too.
Tel: 8790 8378
6. Bee Cheng Hiang
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Yes, I know they clearly specialise in bak kwa. But Bee Cheng Hiang is certainly a lot more multi-talented than you think. One of our nation’s favourite Chinese New Year haunts also happens to now have their very own bak chang creations, with their Gourmet Bakkwa Rice Dumpling ($6). This includes their signature bak kwa, shiitake mushrooms, chestnuts, together with glutinous rice, and are also vacuum packed to maintain freshness. If you’re feeling a bit more atas, go for the Applewood Marbled Iberico Rice Dumpling ($16.80) instead.
Their delivery service has a flat $6 fee islandwide, but doesn’t have a minimum spend. You do stand to enjoy free delivery for orders of $50 and more. Make your orders for their dumplings through their online store.
Address: 69 Pagoda Street, Chinatown Complex, Singapore 059228
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 9am to 8pm, Fri-Sun 9am to 9pm
Tel: 6323 0049
7. Red House Seafood
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To say you’re spoiled for choice at Red House Seafood would be an understatement, as they have an extensive selection of menu items for you to savour. Aside from their well-known dim sum buffet, they’ve come up with their own rice dumpling creations as an ideal complement.
The handcrafted Five-Spiced Pork Belly Rice Dumpling ($6.80+) comes with ingredients such as split mung beans, five-spiced pork belly, and dried shrimps. Throw in a healthy dose of abalone and dried scallops and you get their Abalone Rice Dumpling ($18.80+) as well.
Currently, they’re mostly available for self-takeaway in limited quantities. However, we’d recommend you either order more or share your orders as they’re offering free islandwide delivery for orders above $120. Dumpling orders can be made through their order form.
Address: 392 Havelock Road, Level 2, Grand Copthorne Waterfront, Singapore 169663
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 2.30pm, 5pm to 10pm
Tel: 6735 7666
8. Si Chuan Dou Hua
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If you’re looking for a splurge, Si Chuan Dou Hua might have just the right variety of dumplings with unique flavours. The bak zhang here are made with real premium ingredients, in celebration of Dragon Boat Festival. Expect zhnged-up creations such as Traditional Cantonese Brown Rice Dumpling With Wagyu Beef ($9.80+) or the sweeter Chilled Sago Dumpling With Purple Potato, Red Bean, And Lychee ($10+ for three pieces).
For the best of everything, you might even want to opt for the Exclusive Rice Dumpling Bundle ($38.80+), that gets you three types of their signature bak chang together with a complimentary thermal bag.
Islandwide deliveries for their bak chang require a minimum order of $50, accompanied by a flat $5 delivery fee. For orders of $60 and above, your delivery fees are waived. Get your dose of their bak chang via their online store.
Address: 181 Kitchener Road, Level 3, PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road, Singapore 208533
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 3138 5359
9. Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant
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For those wanting to embrace their Cantonese heritage more, Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant is the place for you to immerse yourself in some of the finest Cantonese delicacies around. Regular customers like to rave about their roast duck and other mains, but their rice dumplings tend to be slightly underrated.
A potential crowd favourite would be the Mala Chicken Dumpling With Dried Scallops ($18.80), especially knowing how we Singaporeans love ma la xiang guo so much. Their version of atas kee chang would be the Signature Red Lotus Seed Paste Dumpling Served With Osmanthus Sauce ($11.80), a fragrant and rich combination of sweeter flavours.
The restaurant has an islandwide delivery service to get your bak chang to you, with a flat islandwide delivery fee of $25 with no minimum spend. Enter the code “BAKCHANG20” at checkout to get an additional 20% off your dumplings, and you have until 31 May to do so. Have your share of their dumplings through their online shop.
Address: 317 Outram Road, Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, Singapore 169075
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 3138 2531
10. Paradise Dynasty
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This local restaurant chain also has a decent selection of our favourite sticky rice dumplings, aside from their extensive menus. Paradise Dynasty also incorporates atas ingredients into their bak chang, culminating in innovations such as the Roasted Pork Truffle Five Grain Dumpling ($13.18+), among others. If you prefer a taste of the sea, try the Premium Abalone Dumpling ($24.51+) for that extra bit of huat.
Their frozen dumplings are available for pre-order and delivery islandwide, with a minimum order of $50 paired with a flat $8 delivery charge. Enjoy free delivery if you make an order of $100 and above. Get your bak chang fix by ordering through their delivery website.
Address: 435 Orchard Road, #01-18, Wisma Atria, Singapore 238877
Opening hours: Daily 10.30am to 9pm
Tel: 6219 3931
Get your dumpling fix with bak chang delivery services
For those panicking over where to find bak chang for your family’s little Dragon Boat Festival this year, or if you just adore these zong zi to the moon and back, we hope that our list of bak chang delivery services will be of help to you in one way or another.
If you are looking for more types of food delivery services, check out our guide to durian delivery services in Singapore. For something more savoury, read our guide to sandwich stalls offering delivery services too!