Nestled in the heart of Singapore, Fook Kin stands as a culinary gem born from the collaboration of The Muttons, popular Class 95FM morning show DJ duo, Justin Ang and Vernon A, and Roast Paradise, celebrated for their mouthwatering roast meats.
The star of Fook Kin’s menu is undeniably its char siew—a harmonious blend of succulent meat and luscious fats. Notably, the KL-style char siew shines with impeccable roasting, taking this classic dish to new heights.
It’s no surprise that Roast Paradise, with its perpetually queued stalls in the Old Airport Hawker Centre, has become synonymous with top-tier roast meats in Singapore.
What sets Fook Kin apart is its commitment to exceptional cuisine combined with a comfortable and inviting ambiance. While Roast Paradise has earned a loyal following in hawker centers, Fook Kin brings the same outstanding roast meats to a cleaner, more sophisticated setting. Ideal for casual meals with friends and family, romantic dates, or business meetings, Fook Kin caters to those who appreciate the finer aspects of roast meat dining.
The Muttons recently bought Korat Thai Restaurant in Orchard Towers and this resulted in a unique twist to Fook Kin too. The inspiration from Korat Thai shines through in the Fook Kin menu, offering patrons the chance to indulge in the innovative Curry Mama Noodle with Roast Meat (choose from Char Siew, Roast Pork, or Roast Duck) — a testament to the restaurant’s commitment to innovation and diversity.
My frequent visits to Fook Kin usually revolve around savoring their delectable char siew with family and friends. This time, however, the spotlight was on their new Curry Mama series, and it truly exceeded expectations.
The Mama noodle, generously coated in a rich, velvety curry, paired seamlessly with Fook Kin’s renowned roast meats, resulting in pure satisfaction.
For a pro tip, opt for their set lunch, featuring the Char Siew Curry Mama with an add-on of Roast Pork. The customizable toppings make it even more delightful and fun. Don’t forget to cleanse your palate with a complimentary drink of your choice.
Whether you’re after a laid-back meal with loved ones or a more upscale setting for business engagements, Fook Kin has undeniably secured its place as a must-visit destination for those who appreciate the artistry of roast meats in Singapore’s vibrant culinary landscape. I’m already looking forward to my next visit to explore more of their enticing new menu offerings.
111 Killiney Rd, Singapore 239553
Opens Daily: 11 am – 9:15 pm