Stalls with the Best Char Siew in Singapore  


Singaporeans love char siew. Char siew is a famous way to flavor barbequed pork. It is a Cantonese cuisine but loved by all. For other people, char siew is called roasted meat. Pork cuts are used for preparing char siew but the most common cuts include pork belly, pork loin, pork fat and pork butt.


Other countries like Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, love char siew rice and it is served in many stalls. Here, there are a lot of stalls offering char siew but only few are famous for its taste and value for money. Here are some stalls with the best char siew:

  • Fatty Cheong Char Siew Rice: For only S$3.50, you can eat delicious char siew rice at Fatty Cheong. Fatty Cheong is located in Lau Phua Chay at Bukit Merah. It has another branch inToa Payoh. If you want to catch their famous roasted pork, better go there early. Their meats are famous for its sauce and moist.
  • La Phua Chay Authentic Roasted Delicacies: For only S$5, you can eat one serve of meat coated with dark sauce. Lau Phua Chay is located in Bukit Merah Lane 1. Its thick sauce is murderous. Its sweet and tender char siew make things more exciting.
  • Uncle Louis Hainanese Chicken Rice: For only S$3.50, you will fall in love with Uncle Louis Hainanese chicken. The succulent meat drenched with sauce not to mention the crispy skin is loved by all. Head to Multi Storey Car Park in Dover Crescent.


  • Kay Lee Roast Meat Joint: Char siew rice starts at S$5 in Kay Lee. Kay Lee actually boasts of adding natural coloring to the meat unlike other joints. You will know this once you eat the meat’s blacked skin. However it doesn’t mean that their meats are not flavourful. Head to Upper Paya Lebar Road for great taste of char siew.
  • Alex’s Eating House: Food starts at S$4 in Alex’s Eating House. The stall is notable for it serves authentic and the best Hong Kong style roasted meats. The stall offers perfect meaty and fatty char siew. If you plan to try it, better get there early since they are easily sold out. The stall is located in Chye Sing Building.
  • Foong Kee Coffee Shop: Food starts at S$3.50 in Foong Kee Coffee Shop. Their wanton noodle will probably be the best out there. The dish will satiate appetite and hunger. The moist noodles topped with char siew are the best. It is located in 6 Keong Saik Road.
  • Tien Lai Rice Stall: Food starts at S$2.50. It is not mediocre since you will be given heart-warming and belly warming char siew rice. Their char siew is flavourful and meaty. It is just marvellous. For orders, head to Taman Jurong Market and Food Centre.

These stalls have their own secrets and unique style of cooking. Remember that the meats these stalls provide are in top notch quality and it is hard enough to match one to the other. For char siew lover out there (or not), these stalls are worth the try. If you noticed, the dishes are not that expensive so you can eat as often as you want.