New Eastern Kim Tee Has Bak Kwa Fries At Serangoon Gardens
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New Eastern Kim Tee Has Deep-Fried Bak Kwa Fries At Serangoon Gardens

18th December 2020

Bak Kwa Fries by Kim Tee

While most of us are readying to queue for char-grilled sheets of sweet barbecued pork over Chinese New Year, New Eastern Kim Tee has decided to one-up the game with deep-fried Bak Kwa Fries.

kim tee bak kwa fries

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Branded as thicker and juicier than regular bak kwa, these fries see the barbecued pork snack sliced into thick strips rather than sheets. After being sliced, they are deep-fried, then served in french fry cartons. Each box is sold for a special opening price of $6, and made to order.

These fries are available at the New Eastern Kim Tee flagship at Serangoon Gardens and Chinatown.

For those who don’t know, New Eastern Kim Tee is a heritage bak kwa brand that has been around since the 1970s.

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They still use a heritage recipe pioneered by founder Mr Teo Kim Tee some 40-odd years ago for all their bak kwa products, which are also 100% handmade.

Made with minced pork, their bak kwa is decently sweet, smoky, and tender. The bak kwa fries, given that they’re deep-fried, are slightly denser and require more chew.

Apart from these new products, New Eastern Kim Tee also sells a number of other bak kwa products and Chinese New Year goodies.

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Choose from Normal, Coin, Chilli, or Black Pepper bak kwa, with prices starting at $18 for 300g. They also have a fun DIY option, where you can prepare your own pork jerky in a self-heating pack, priced at $18.

They also sell treats such as Pork Floss (from $15 for 300g), Xiang Bing pastries ($9 for 10 pieces), Pineapple Balls ($16 for 400g), and more.

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You can order all of these, including the bak kwa fries, all on their online store here, apart from purchasing them in-stores. Bak kwa, however, is under pre-order still. It’s available for order on their pre-order website.

For more CNY-related food goodies, check out these bak kwa baos by Peng Guan. If you’re planning ahead for reunion dinner, here is our list of hotpot restaurants that have steamboat delivery too.

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