Guan Chee Hong Kong Roasted Duck (源记香港烧腊) – Hougang, Singapore


Guan Chee HK Roasted Duck has been around for some time but I remember only coming to this place a few times. They are located at the corner of a coffeeshop, roast their meats daily behind their stall, hence you can smell their amazing aroma from the roasting from far away. I was here for groceries after work and managed to catch them before they close at around 8pm.

As you can see nothing much left when you're there after 7pm.
As you can see nothing much left when you’re there after 7pm.
I have to agree…
My dinner
Roast Duck is really fragrant and tasty. A little hard and cold though, which it’s prolly ‘cos of hanging out there too long already.
Amazing chilli paste to go with your meats
Beancurd is totally soaked with the sauce… quite yummy
Check out the char siew, with around 40% of fats. I can only imagine how awesome when it’s fresh out of the roasting!

Rating: 4.5/5.

Taste: Very yummy especially the burnt parts.

Portion: Below average.

Service: Many staff there taking orders.

Ambience: Coffeeshop

Price: $6 for the above.

RTE: Yes a few times already.

Location: 106 Hougang Avenue 1.

2 thoughts on “Guan Chee Hong Kong Roasted Duck (源记香港烧腊) – Hougang, Singapore”

  1. Coincidentally, not sure if you saw it but I just posted that I visited this cha caan teng in Tsim Sha Tsui last week….and it was so unpleasant because all the service staff were SO grumpy and rude (xcept for one dude at the door).

    Food wasn’t bad, but definitely not to-die-for. I should find time to go try out their Singapore outlet.

    1. Big Roy – Shenzhen, China – Hardcore foodie base in Singapore and blogs mainly on hawker food to help drive traffic to this dying trade. Prolly the only food blogger in Singapore who is trained in various culinary, baking, coffee and hospitality management. Loves travels and updates his daily snippets mainly on his instagram account @eatwithroy.
      Big Roy says:

      Haha you should if you’re around the Northeastern area.