People tend to check in during these times:
Very bz during lunch time peak hours. All the roast items are good. Don't miss the chili sauce.
They opened only whenever they are ready, even it's already 12:30. Snaking queue but people still waiting patiently..
Food is good but gotta wait. I waited around 30mins sometimes.
No contenders anywhere else for best char siew in Singapore man!
Best in Sg. Die die Must try
Wawawa realy dam nice , e char siew, bbq pork and roasted duck yummy yummy .. Frist time here , wanton mee oso nice ..
Love the roast pork n char siew
cheapest chicken rice around these days I guess 👍
Char siew rice...the best! Also don't forget the chilli to eat with the char siew...heavenly!
Wantan mee: Possibly top 5 in Singapore (fave still Lavender FC). Noodle was q. Char siew slices were thick & generous. I could taste water chestnut bits in my wantans. Nice touch!
To date the best Char Siew, Roasted Pork and Duck !!! Must try....
Best char siew in the area.
Peak hours: Weekday lunchtime. Expect to wait 15-30 mins before ur order is served. And when they r busy, drinks r self service (grab a cup, fill w ice, choose ur can drink)
The char siew and roast meat rice is a must try!!
One of the best roasted meat...
Roast pork is ok but the chat Siew is good.
Try the Char Siew Rice - good mix of fatty and lean meat, generously honeyed and well-smothered. best char siew i ever had!
Their char siew standard has dropped. Service is getting from bad to worst too. Be in for nothing but disappointment.
Roast meat, char siew and 油鸡面 are tops!
Chicken Rice only $2/- & Roasted Pork is superb
Try the dumplings soup. 10 pieces for $3. Nice.
Focus on the Char Siew and roasted meats
They don't serve hot drinks during peak hours, head to tong ah for drinks instead.
Yes, agree with the rest of the folks. The wantan char siew is probably the best in this area.
Cha Siew Wanton Mee of course!
I love foong kee. Everything and anything! They're closed in sundays..
The staff here are wild. Lots of excitement, especially during happy hour, when the hanky panky begins.
Try the char siew, wanton mee & roast pork! It's famous & delicious! :)
Char siew here is grrreat!!! Thick juicy slices unlike the paper-thin, dry ones you get everywhere else in Singapore!