7 Bak Kwa Delivery Services For CNY 2021 So You Don’t Have To Queue Amidst Crowds For Hours

7 Bak Kwa Delivery Services For CNY 2021 So You Don’t Have To Queue Amidst Crowds For Hours

Food Lifestyle
ByRachel on 08 Jan 2021 Senior Digital Editor

Dong dong qiang, dong dong qiang...Once you hear that sound playing in malls instead of Christmas carols, you know what season it is: The season to chiong for bak kwa. Although bak kwa is sold all-year-round in Singapore, it’s a must-have staple snack for Chinese New Year, and without fail, the queues and crowds each year are insane.

To save your legs from the tiredness of standing in line for hours, here are 6 bak kwa delivery services in Singapore for Chinese New Year 2021 so your snack table can be well-stocked for CNY without you needing to lift a finger. These are all generally affordable, and some even come with free delivery and early bird discounts!

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

#1: Bee Cheng Hiang - from $16.20 for 300g

Bak kwa delivery Singapore Bee Cheng Hiang
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Bee Cheng Hiang is a stalwart when it comes to bak kwa, as well as other snacks like pork floss rolls, cookies, and tarts which are popular not just during Chinese New Year, but all year round. CNY is the peak period where people rush to snatch up all their freshly grilled bak kwa though, so act fast before everything sells out!

Bak kwa delivery Singapore Bee Cheng Hiang
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Prices start from $16.20 for 300g of Minced Pork bak kwa. The classic Sliced Pork bak kwa costs $16.80, as does their bite-sized Golden Coin bak kwa. Chicken variations of these are also available at the same price.

Price: From $16.20 for 300g
Delivery fee: $8 | Free delivery for orders of $80 and above
Order here.

#2: Lim Chee Guan - from $40.85 for 500g

Bak kwa delivery Singapore Lim Chee Guan
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Having been around since 1938, Lim Chee Guan should be no stranger to most of us. While their Chinatown outlets are usually crammed full of anxious folk waiting to get their yearly bak kwa supply during CNY - with snaking queues extending metres from the store itself - this won’t be the case as they’re moving orders online this festive season. This is to ensure utmost safety for both customers and staff, in light of COVID-19.

Bak kwa delivery Singapore Lim Chee Guan
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All bak kwa varieties up for online orders come in quantities of 500g. Discounted prices are as follows on Klook in partnership with WhyQ, with delivery fees already factored in:

 

Bak kwa delivery Singapore Lim Chee Guan
Photo from @limcheeguanofficial via Instagram

Price: From $40.85 for 500g
Delivery fee: Free
Order here.

#3: Fragrance - from $6.90 for 108g

Bak kwa delivery Singapore Fragrance
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If you’re getting a personal bak kwa stash, or simply wish to savour your bak kwa slowly even well past the CNY season, consider Fragrance’s individually wrapped and vacuum packed bak kwa that can be stored for a longer period of time. Their BB Bak Kwa ($6.90 for original, $7.10 for mala) comes in resealable 108g packs which you can munch on while watching Netflix.

Bak kwa delivery Singapore Fragrance
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Feeling adventurous? Try their vacuum packed Crocodile Bak Kwa ($9.90 for 100g) which is sure to be a conversation starter among your guests. If you’re in the mood for something fancy, there’s also Premium Kurobuta Bak Kwa ($38 for 450g) which comes shaped like little pigs.

Bak kwa delivery Singapore Fragrance
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Of course, we can’t possibly leave out their freshly grilled bak kwa. These start from just $13.80 (U.P. $18.90) for 300g of Mala Bak Kwa, ranging to $22.40 (U.P. $28) for 500g of Signature Sliced Tender Bak Kwa, Bak Kwa Strips, or Chicken Bak Kwa.

Bak kwa delivery Singapore Fragrance
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Those who prefer to have some variety can go for a Bak Kwa and Floss Package ($36.60, U.P. $45.80) which comprises a 500g portion of Signature Sliced Tender Bak Kwa and 300g of Pork Floss. Get your coupon via Klook here. Do note that this package is for store pick-ups only.

Price: Pre-packed - from $6.90 fo 108g | Fresh - from $13.80 for 300g
Delivery fee: $6 | Free shipping for orders of $48 and above
Order here.

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#4: FYRE Bak Kwa - from $82.60 for 1kg

Bak kwa delivery Singapore FYRE
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Being a relatively new bak kwa brand in Singapore, FYRE may not be a name you’ve heard of till now, but their founders have a combined experience of over a century in the food industry. Can't go wrong there!

Bak kwa delivery Singapore FYRE
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They only have 2 flavours at the moment - The Original 1945 and The Mala Xiang Guo - but what they lack in quantity, they make up for in quality. These are made from premium meat that’s smoked for hours over apple and lychee wood, before being barbequed. The result? Fragrant and amazingly tender bak kwa with a sweet, smokey flavour.

Bak kwa delivery Singapore FYRE
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You might balk at the prices of $118 and $128 for the Original and Mala flavours respectively, but relax - these come in 1kg bundles. Perfect for those who have big families and are holding multiple get-together sessions at home.

Early bird deal: Use code “FYRE30” at checkout to enjoy 30% off from now till 10 January 2021. This means you’ll be getting 1kg of bak kwa from just $82.60.

Price: From $82.60 for 1kg
Delivery fee: Free | Free self-collection at 5 Joo Chiat Place
Order here.

#5: New Peng Hiang - from $22 for 500g

Bak kwa delivery Singapore New Peng Hiang
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Foodies with a penchant for all things quirky and unconventional will have the time of their lives with New Peng Hiang’s 13 different bak kwa flavours, all of which come in 500g packs. It’s not just the standard Tender Pork BBQ Bakkwa ($22, U.P. $25) and Golden Coin BBQ Bakkwa ($24, U.P. $28); Here, they push the boundaries of this new year delicacy with out-of-this-world flavours like Pineapple, Kimchi, and even...Garlic?! 

Pineapple kimchi garlic quirky bak kwa Singapore
Photo from New Peng Hiang

Clearly, these aren’t for sticklers for tradition, so we’re not sure if your ah mah would approve or not. But hey, these might make for a great game of “bak kwa roulette” to play with your cousins.

Bak kwa delivery Singapore New Peng Hiang
Photo from @newpenghiang.batam via Instagram

Price: From $22 for 500g
Delivery fee: $10 | Free self-collection at 15 Woodlands Loop
Order here.

#6: Peach Garden - from $59.94 for 600g

Bak kwa delivery Singapore Peach Garden
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Peach Garden is a hot favourite when it comes to Chinese New Year reunion dinners for families in Singapore. Dim sum and traditional Chinese dishes aside, they’ve also branched out to produce their own in-house bak kwa, which you can order online via their official Shopee Mall store.

Their fresh bak kwa packages come in hefty portions of 600g ($44.94) and 1kg ($66.34). This is only available in the standard original flavour, without any fanciful variations. Just honest to goodness, traditional bak kwa that’ll make cheat day 100% worth it. 

Price: From $59.94 for 600g
Delivery fee: $15 | Free self-collection at 5 locations.
Order here.

#7: Bak Kwa Delivery SG - $58.90 for 1kg

Bak Kwa Delivery Singapore
Photo from Bak Kwa Delivery SG

No points for guessing what Bak Kwa Delivery SG specialises in. There’s only one bak kwa selection on their site, which is the Traditional Sliced Pork Bak Kwa. Handmade from Australian grain-fed pork and barbequed on a charcoal briquette with constant temperature and specific number of flips, their bak kwa is surprisingly affordable at just $58.90 (U.P. $68.90) for 1kg! It’s said to be extremely juicy and tender too.

Price: $58.90 for 1kg
Delivery fee: $6.90 | Free delivery for orders of $100 and above
Order here.

Share this with your family in preparation for Chinese New Year 2021!

Text by: GirlStyle SG


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