Pictured above: Display of bak kwa at Lim Chee Guan | Credit: @limcheeguanofficial
Most Singaporeans would have heard of Lim Chee Guan, or at least seen the snaking queues which line the entrances of their outlets every Chinese New Year. It is no surprise as they have been making delicious bak kwas by hand since 1938, at a pushcart stall at the foot of a staircase on Chin Chiew Street.
So we are extremely excited when we heard that they are offering free delivery islandwide with a minimum spend of only $10!
With bak kwa prices in Singapore typically starting at a double-digit, it is not difficult to meet the minimum spending. To make the most of your purchase, you may be glad to know that Lim Chee Guan sells other food items such as crispy prawn rolls, meat flosses and even bak kut teh spices!
There are three ways to order:
Due to their popularity, delivery slots do go fast, but they have indicated that they usually require one day notice to get the order out. Nubbad!
Pictured above: The former Lim Chee Guan stall at 191 New Bridge Road, taken sometime between the 1960s and 1980s | Credit: Lim Chee Guan
Going to get myself some Lim Chee Guan. Bye!