Bak Kwa or 肉干 is an extremely popular snack in Singapore. Many like to eat them especially during festive seasons like Chinese New Year and Mid-Autumn festival. Some eat treat it as an everyday snack and add them to bread, fried rice, claypot rice etc.

We have come out with a list of where to buy the best Bak Kwa in Singapore. Many brands have come online so you do not need to queue and have them delivered to your home.

1. Fragrance 香味

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Crafted with a unique blend of marinades made from precious Chinese herbs and a recipe perfected through the ages, their Bak Kwa is artfully grilled to create a sumptuous treat.

Available on: Shopee, Klook


2. Kim Tee 金池

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For 40 years, New Eastern Kim Tee still maintains its tradition of producing 100% handmade Bakkwa and it is prepared using the most traditional way of charcoal oven and charcoal stoves with the finest pork meat!

Available on: Shopee


3. New Peng Hiang 新品香

Best Bak Kwa New Peng HiangImage: New Peng Hiang

Established in 1984, New Peng Hiang is Singapore’s most innovative Bak-Kwa brand that manufactures a wide range of flavours and quality products.

Available on: Shopee


4. Kim Joo Guan 金裕源

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Giving the utmost attention to the standard of everything from raw ingredients to the preparation process, Kim Joo Guan Pte Ltd makes a point of using only 100% Australian grain-fed fresh pork, chilled instead of frozen to preserve the great taste of its bak kwa.

Available on: Shopee


5. Lim Chee Guan 林志源

Lim Chee Guan has been a leader in bak kwa – traditionally barbecued meat slices that are uniquely Singapore. Preparing the bak kwa is a labor of love. Thin slices of bak kwa are roasted over glowing charcoal and flipped constantly to maintain the balance of delicate flavor and juicy perfection. A traditional snack, bak kwa is an essential food for any celebrations.

Available on: Shopee


6. Xi Shi Rou Gan 西施肉干

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Having inherited the traditional recipe of bak kwa from his master, Mr Koh adapted new and improved ways to produce the bak kwa years later and established his name under Xi Shi Rou Gan / Cecilia Minced Pork since 1985. From then on, he has insisted on using charcoal smoke house in the production of Bak Kwa even though machines are more commonly used today.

More than 13 Bak Kwa flavours to choose from.

Available on: Shopee


7. Kim Hock Guan

Open since 1905, Kim Hock Guan easily remains one of the oldest Bak Kwa stores in town. Instead of using minced pork, their unique recipe calls for traditionally sliced pork, giving their Bak Kwa a completely new mouth feel.

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