7 Bak Kwa Delivery Services For CNY 2022 So You Don’t Have To Queue Amidst Crowds For Hours

7 Bak Kwa Delivery Services For CNY 2022 So You Don’t Have To Queue Amidst Crowds For Hours

Lifestyle Food
By Rachel on 07 Jan 2022
Senior Digital Editor

And so it begins once again. The replacing of Christmas garlands with oriental lanterns, the blaring of Chinese New Year songs at shopping malls, and the annual rush to wipe shelves clean of bak kwa. For some, queueing for hours just to get their hands on stacks of fragrant BBQ pork slices is a yearly given, and part and parcel of the festivities. But why suffer out there on your feet, when you can simply order bak kwa delivery from the comfort of your home?

There's no pressure of ordering in bulk either, as all of these 7 bak kwa brands in Singapore provide delivery services even for small quantities for personal consumption. There's even one that offers free delivery with no minimum spend required!

Note: Prices stated are correct at time of writing. Additional surcharges may apply for last-minute orders.

P.S.: You'll also love these cute tiger-shaped pineapple tarts in Singapore!

Read on for bak kwa delivery in Singapore for Chinese New Year 2022!

#1: Lim Chee Guan - from $42 for 500g

Lim Chee Guan bak kwa delivery
Photo from Lim Chee Guan

So high in demand is Lim Chee Guan’s fragrant bak kwa, that they received overwhelming response from eager customers as early as during the Christmas season. Judging from the posts and comments on their Instagram page, their website is currently being flooded with pre-orders. If you experience any lag time or site crashes there, you can always turn to Klook, in partnership with delivery platform WhyQ, as an alternative.

Lim Chee Guan bak kwa delivery
Photo from Lim Chee Guan

Lim Chee Guan’s bak kwa is being sold in 500g packets, with Sliced Pork and Gold Coin versions going at $42 (U.P. $44.99), and Chilli Sliced Pork at $44 (U.P. $46.99). Best part? Delivery fees are already factored in!

Price: From $42 for 500g
Delivery fee: FREE
Order here.

#2: Bee Cheng Hiang - from $17.40 for 300g

Bee Cheng Hiang bak kwa delivery
Photo from Bee Cheng Hiang

One can always count on Bee Cheng Hiang for all sorts of Chinese New Year goodies, including Golden Floss Rolls, Pineapple Crispy tarts, and an assortment of traditional cookies. But of course, the most sought-after is none other than bak kwa, which is, after all, their specialty - made without any artificial flavourings, preservatives, tenderisers, colourings, or MSG.

Bee Cheng Hiang bak kwa delivery
Photo from Bee Cheng Hiang

This year's selection starts from $17.40 for 300g of Minced Pork bak kwa, $18.60 for Chilli Pork, and $21.60 for Applewood Sliced Pork with a sweet, smoky flavour that’ll have you craving for more. There’s also the Gourmet pork belly option from $27 for those who are feeling fancy.

Price: From $17.40 for 300g
Delivery fee: $6 | Free delivery for orders of $80 and above
Order here.

#3: Fyre - from $128 for 1kg

Fyre bak kwa delivery
Photo from Fyre

Helmed by owners with a combined experience of over a century in the F&B industry, FYRE prides itself in its artisanal bak kwa that’s delightfully smoky and aromatic. Marinated with 36 spices, their flavour-packed Lycheewood 1945 Bak Kwa ($128 for 100g) made using a mix of juicy pork jowl and loin is a must-try. 

Fyre bak kwa delivery
Photo from Fyre

For a sweeter kick, go for the Pineapple Lycheewood 1945 Bak Kwa ($148). Spice fiends will rave over the Mala Xiang Guo Bak Kwa ($138) which is said to have a hint of “wok hey”.

Price: From $128 for 1kg
Delivery fee: $10 | FREE pick-up at 50 Niven Road
Order here.

#4: Old Seng Choong - from $42.80 for 500g

Old Seng Choong bak kwa delivery
Photo from Old Seng Choong

While their Black Truffle Bak Kwa has already been wiped clean, Old Seng Choong’s Yuzu Bak Kwa ($48.80 for 500g) is here to shake things up with a zesty fresh twist. Rather than being sour, this is said to be slightly bitter-sweet.

Old Seng Choong bak kwa delivery
Photo from Old Seng Choong

Not one to play around with flavours? There’s always good ol’ Traditional Bak Kwa ($42.80 for 500g).

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Old Seng Choong’s bak kwa is marinated with a special recipe that includes anchovy fish for an extra savoury kick, so those with severe allergies should take note.

Old Seng Choong bak kwa delivery
Photo from Old Seng Choong

The bak kwa will be packaged in a purple or green tin box with ornate floral patterns, ideal for gifting to business associates or your in-laws. Colours will be given out randomly.

Price: From $42.80 for 500g
Delivery fee: $6 | FREE delivery for orders of $88 and above
Order here.

#5: Fragrance - from $5.87 for 108g

Fragrance bak kwa delivery
Photo from Fragrance

It’s difficult to store large quantities of perishables when you’re living alone, or one half of a childless couple. That’s why the pre-packed bak kwa from Fragrance is a godsend, with their BB Bak Kwa in a petite resealable bag of just 108g ($5.87, U.P. $6.90). There’s also individually-wrapped Vacuum Packed Bak Kwa ($10.03 for 200g, U.P. $11.60) with a longer shelf life.

Those who dare can give the vacuum-sealed Crocodile Bak Kwa ($8.42 for 100g, U.P. $9.90) a go.

Fragrance bak kwa delivery
Photo from Fragrance

Of course, they do have fresh bak kwa too, with the Signature Sliced Tender Bak Kwa at $14.79 for 300g (U.P. $17.40) and Mala Bak Kwa at $16.32. Add a cute touch to your Chinese New Year celebrations with the Premium Kurobuta Bak Kwa ($32.30 for 450g, U.P $38), shaped to resemble little pigs.

Fragrance bak kwa delivery
Photo from Fragrance

Price: Pre-packed from $5.87 for 108g | Fresh from $14.79 for 300g
Delivery fee: $6 | FREE delivery for orders of $88 and above
Order here.

#6: New Peng Hiang - from $23 for 500g

New Peng Hiang bak kwa delivery
Photo from New Peng Hiang

Now here’s one for adventurous foodies who are fans of funky, unconventional flavours. New Peng Hiang is probably the only bak kwa store in Singapore with Sesame Pork Bakkwa, Coffee Pork Bakkwa, and Red Wine Pork Bakkwa. Beyond those and the usual traditional ones, they also have a Less Sugar & Salt version for the health-conscious, as well as Chicken Bakkwa and Turkey Bakkwa for those who’d like to cater to any guests who can't eat pork.

You can either order off New Peng Hiang’s website or Shopee store. Prices on the former start from $25, while the latter has certain flavours at slightly lower rates, starting from $23. Only the Bacon Bakkwa and MSW Durian Pork Bakkwa are significantly pricier at $40.

Price: From $23 for 500g
Delivery fee: $3.99 | FREE delivery for orders of $50 and above
Order here: Website | Shopee store

#7: The Marmalade Pantry - from $27 for 300g

The Marmalade Pantry bak kwa delivery
Photo from The Marmalade Pantry

The Marmalade Pantry won't typically come to mind when one thinks of bak kwa, but the bistro known for yummy bakes has since added Traditional Petite Chicken Bak Kwa to their CNY line-up, joining the likes of Golden Pineapple Tarts, Honey Mustard Roast Crackers, and Almond Cookies. It’s made with premium thigh meat and comes individually wrapped for clean fuss-free storage, packed in a pink and green gift box .

The Marmalade Pantry bak kwa delivery
Photo from The Marmalade Pantry

The early bird gets the savings; Place your pre-order between now to 16 February 2022 to enjoy 10% off (U.P. $30 for 300g) when paying with Mastercard. Use the promo code “FESTIVE10” to apply the discount.

Price: $30 for 300g | Early bird pricing $27 for 300g
Delivery fee: $15 | FREE delivery for purchases of $80 and above using Mastercard with promo code “MC10” | Surcharge of $10 for peak periods from 28 January to 2 February 2022
Order here.

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