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Fook Kin: Get Ultra-Caramelised Char Siew And Crispy Pork Belly At This Somerset Restaurant

14th September 2022

Fook Kin has famous char siew and siew yoke at Somerset

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Few restaurants in Singapore are as renowned for their roast pork as Fook Kin. A joint venture between the owners of Roast Paradise, the owners of Fatboy’s, as well as radio DJ duo The Muttons, the eatery’s particularly decadent char siew and pork belly have helped it become a mainstay at Killiney Road.

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The Caramalised Char Siew (from $8.50+) is done Malaysian-style, so it’s a little sweeter than what you’d get from your regular roast meat stall. Fans are always raving about how juicy and succulent each slice of pork is, with a nice balance between the sweet and smoky flavours of char siew.

The Golden Cracking Siew Yoke (from $8.50+) is similarly excellent. Those thick cuts of pork belly are completed by a super crispy skin that crackles in the mouth. Dip them into the piquant mustard for extra flavour.

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It goes without saying that roast meat is best with either rice or noodles. The Roast Paradise Bowl ($13.80+) adds your choice of carbs to a trio of char siew, siew yoke, and roast duck, which should make for a spectacularly hearty meal. There are also pickles, carrots, and ajitsuke eggs in the same bowl.

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Aside from meat, Fook Kin has a variety of side dishes that will liven up your meal. The widely-beloved Golden Lotus Roots Crisps ($9.80+) combines the starchy, crunchy texture of deep-fried lotus roots with the savoury creaminess of salted egg.

If you’re looking for more delectable siew yoke, check out our Ten Tenths review. For Michelin-approved rojak with over 60 years of history, have a read of our Balestier Road Hoover Rojak review.

Address: 111 Killiney Road, Singapore 239553
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 2:15pm, 4pm to 8:45pm
Tel: 6737 3488
Website
Fook Kin is not a halal-certified cafe.

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Feature image adapted from @fook.kin.

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