S’poreans Can Now Order Lim Chee Guan Bak Kwa & Have Them Delivered to Their House

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CNY is coming and that means…?

Bak kwa!

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Yes, it’s that time of the year again where you can convince yourself to ditch the diet for three days (or more) and go all out.

And if we’re talking about bak kwa, then you’d definitely have considered Lim Chee Guan, Singapore’s top few bak kwa places before.

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Except, you know, the queue could be quite off-putting.

After All, Bosses Used To Send Their Workers To Queue For Them

If you remember, a huge hooha was created in Singapore back in 2017 when migrant workers queued up for a share of their Lim Chee Guan bak kwa.

And it wasn’t even for them.

Their bosses paid them $5 per hour to queue overnight at the outlets.

While migrant workers were happy at the chance to make some extra money, migrant workers groups weren’t.

To them, this practice is simply a cheap labour and demeaning to the workers.

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Back then, the Ministry of Manpower told the media that employers are not “encouraged” to send their workers to work on jobs that were specified in their Work Pass and nothing more.

But guess what? Don’t worry if you’re not allowed to pay your workers to queue for you anymore.

Because queueing for Lim Chee Guan bak kwa might just be a thing of the past.

Because Now, WhyQ is Delivering for You

WhyQ is a delivery app that promises shiok deliveries from hawker centres in Singapore.

And on 8 Jan, they’ve uploaded a post which drove bak kwa lovers in Singapore crazy.

Yes. They’re now delivering Lim Chee Guan’s Bak Kwa right to your doorstep.

And the prices are pretty worth it too.

Image: Screengrab from WhyQ website

Here’s a list of prices we’ve seen from their website:

  • Signature Sliced Pork: $36 (500G) / $72 (1KG)
  • Chilli Pork: $37 (500G) / $74 (1KG)
  • Gold Coin Pork: $35 (500G) / $70 (1 KG)

BBQ Series

  • Bacon: $51 (500G) / $102 (1KG)
  • Prawn: $33 (500G) / $62 (1KG)
  • Chicken: $31 (500G) / $62 1(KG)
  • Beef: $33 (500G) / $70 (1KG)
  • Fish 500G: $31 (500G) / $62 (1KG)

And the best part? Delivery charge is only $1.50.

Image: Screengrab from WhyQ website

Considering that you’re paying $1.50 to avoid the hours-long queue at Lim Chee Guan outlets? That’s a pretty good deal.

The Lim Chee Guan Bak Kwa delivery will be available on WhyQ’s app and website from now until 27 Jan 2019.

And you better be fast because there are only limited stocks available.

So time to let your family and friends know about this and enjoy some quality bak kwa this CNY.

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