If you name your stall after a single product, “Char Siu Lang” in this case, customers would have certain expectation of their Char Siu Roast Pork.

After many good reviews, this ‘hidden’ stall at Jalan Bukit Merah (right opposite ABC Brickworks Food Centre) has done well enough to open its 2nd outlet at Ang Mo Kio Ave 1. (They closed the Bukit Merah stall though.)

(Also read: 10 Best CHAR SIEW & Roast Meats In Singapore )

Chef Ivan Leong with no culinary background started this stall with his wife, with the simple dream of roasting (meats) with passion so that patrons can eat with satisfaction.

The humble looking stall serves up various roast meats with rice or noodles such as Char Siu ($4.50), Roast Pork ($4.50), and Roast Chicken ($4.50).

The dual-meats plate cost $5.50, while trio is priced at $7.50.

An interesting aspect is that customers can request for the meat preference: lean, fatty, or half-half.

I ordered a ”ban shou ban fei” which refers to a half-lean-half-fatty cut, and really loved the rich caramelisation on the outer layer coated in a sugar-rich glaze without being overly charred.

This is on another level when compared to the average roast meats stall, and there are some parts that would indeed melt in your mouth.

As for the Roast Pork aka siu yoke, there was that thick yet pleasant crunch, and was succulent on the underside.

Interesting to note that the rice is not just the usual, but fragrant rice that made the entire dish more appetising.

To me, the only ‘downside’ was probably the Roast Chicken which was just okay, but not that it was any bad.

If you are up for it, order the special signature Hakka style noodles (additional $2.50) that would come with aromatic minced pork and special sauce.


Char Siu Lang – Ang Mo Kio
Blk 340 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1 #01-1697, Singapore 560340
Opening Hours: 11am – 6pm (Mon – Tues, Thurs – Sun), Closed Wed

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