31 Commonwealth Crescent
#02-90 Commonwealth Crescent Market & Food Centre
Singapore 149644

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11:00am - 02:00pm

11:00am - 02:00pm

11:00am - 02:00pm

11:00am - 02:00pm

11:00am - 02:00pm



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Foong Kee was returned, and this time at Commonwealth Crescent Market and Food Centre.

Having eaten at their Keong Saik Outlet before its closure back in 2021. Already expect good food here, and was not disappointed. My other half having this for the first time agreed that the Sio Bak was very good.

Sio Bak excellent. Crispy skin, tender meat.

Char siew with its charred edges was very good too. Meat had a good meat and fat ratio.

Come earlier if u want roasted duck. By the time i came at 12.30pm, no more roasted duck liao

Foong kee is back!! Beautifully roasted meats as usual. The queue speaks volumes. The charsiew is nicely caramelised, tender yet not too fatty. Roast pork has a crisp skin, meat is surprisingly juicy given that it’s quite lean, and isn’t too salty. Rice is average, but paired with a savoury sweet sauce, and refreshing sliced cucumbers. Come before 12.30, because you’ll have to queue for a bit and they sold out by the time we left at about 1.30pm on a Sat.

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Their wanton mee is v nice! It’s thin & very springy, coated in a light sauce (I think it might be sesame oil + their charsiew sauce?). V similar to feifei roasted noodles @ yuhua (my fav!). But I did feel like there was a slight alkaline taste.

Wantons had quite a decent amount of meat filling, liked that they used water chestnuts so there was the cronch element.

The charsiew is really good - it’s tender and juicy, there’s a nice mix of fatty + lean parts, and the ends have a nice slight char so those parts are crisp. It is feels “cleaner” and not as sinful compared to other charsiews out there, but still v delicious so I liked it a lot!

They’re closing on 15 June because the owner wants to take a rest! We actually queued almost 3 hours for this on sat. It’s a v nice satisfying meal, glad we tried it before it closed, since it’s been on my wishlist since 2 years ago hahaha

Got a long time never eat roast food such as char siew and also roasted meat ($5) at outside because I always taobao back home for neighbourhood coffee shop. Didn't expected that char siew got that strong charocal taste but I felt that its quite fattening for me. Probably need to request for lean meat. I also like their roasted meat not that salty and also fattening too. 😅

Foong Kee is probably better known for their wanton mee but their roast meats are really awesome as well.

Their siu yok is well marinated and has a nice thin shatteringly crisp crackling even though I was there late in the day. Their char siew was also really good though not Fei Fei-good as a certain learned friend of mine would probably say.

If you are in the area and looking for some cheap and good food, you should most definitely check Foong Kee out!

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Feeds 2 very satisfyingly with rice

Second time here and the standard remains. Siobak has the obvious crackle, with a "melting" aspect when you first put it in your mouth.

Charsiu was super fatty and tender, really sweet glaze that doesn't seem out of place at all. Not super charred, but depends on the batch I guess because as we were leaving we saw the new batch being rather blackened. The sauce is even sweeter than the marinade, and I gotta say you rarely taste the honey in most sauces but here, you do. Despite the sweetness it's Hella addictive though

Be prepared to queue during lunch hours, there's A LOT of takeaways