Search This Blog

Loading...

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

lim chee guan bbq meat - the prices are rising!!!

Bak Kwa is barbecued pork meat that is one of the most eaten excessively during Chinese New Year in Singapore. haha..

People queue up for a long time to buy these stuff.



Ok. the queue on the right towards the shop is the queue for the Bak Kwa. It goes longer. But the shop just beside it, selling the same stuff is so quiet..



Bloomberg News have an Bak Kwa index created too! LOL..

Prices has gone up for Lim Chee Guan's Bak Kwa. Prices for 1 kg of Bak Kwa.
5 Jan - $38
12 Jan - $38
19 Jan - $40
26 Jan - $42
2 Feb - $44

13 comments:

tigerfish said...

Wah...gone up so fast arh...:O
Maybe that piggie sitting at the store front of thy neighbour scare pple away...:O

edwin s said...

I consumed half a kilo 2 days ago while i was sorting out my pictures. It went so damn fast! i guess you now know i love the stuff :)

wah, you one time kow-tim all commenting on my KLDP posts.

Keropok Man said...

tigerfish, wonder how much it is now. LOL. I just ate some, but not from LCG, but from vendors supplying stuff to our company.

edwin, i can't possibly visit all hundreds of DP sites, and also the makan sites too. hahah.... so i take turns lah. visit liao, drop comments here and there :-)

PUER-atelier said...

isn't it expensive???
If I saw the pink pig on the entrance shop....I would loose my appetit for pigs....
nice night lighting

min said...

$44?? wow~ i just bought 1kg from a neighbourhood shop...not famous but taste better than the "xiang" brand...hahaha~

Olivier said...

le cout de la vie augmente vite.
je me rends pas compte, tu sais combien cela fait en Euro ?
the cost of living increases quickly. I do not realize, you know how much that made in Euro?

Jing said...

the price of every goods here is rising...and rising...
but our salary is not like that ...
:((

so crowded....:p the taste of the BBQ meat must be very very good.

jing

Dsole said...

Wow!! there is a lot of crow over there!
I don't know what Bak Kwa is, but i'll get to inform myself right now!

Keropok Man said...

Puer-atelier,

it is, but it will go down after the chinese new year is over :-)

min,
some neighbourhood ones taste really good too!

olivier,
S$40 - 20 Euros
Expensive meat right?


jing, yes, don't eat them during chinese new year, they get too expensive and it mass produced. 1 week after chinese new year, the price will go down again. haha..

dsole, visit Singapore, and I buy you some to try :-)

koeiru said...

+ Sarsi = don't talk me I'm busy eating. If only they'll export bak kua overseas...

Meg in Nelson said...

That looks like a bit of a price hike!

Ming_the_Merciless said...

They have these in Chinatown. I prefer the ones that are not too stringy or chewy.

DarKScoRpioN said...

Lim Chee Guan Singapore's queue is just crazy every year. But not much of a choice. Just have to queue cos they make the best bak kwa in town.