I’m sure that most of us have fond memories of eating bak zhang bought by our parents or grandparents, or probably squabbling with our cousins during Chinese New Year gatherings for that precious last piece of bak kwa. Even though extended family gatherings have been put on hold temporarily, you can indulge in the nostalgia of those good memories with Bee Cheng Hiang‘s 20% off deal in collaboration with food delivery platform, foodpanda.
Bee Cheng Hiang’s new seasonal special is a Gourmet Bak Kwa Rice Dumpling that retails at 5 for S$28 on foodpanda, making sure that you have plenty to share with your family, or to keep your fridge well-stocked for the week ahead. This collaboration between the two brands means existing users can enjoy a sweet 20% discount with the code “TAPINTOSHOPS“, and first time users can even snag an additional $12 off with the same code.
Bak kwa is a familiar favourite for most Singaporeans, and what better way to celebrate the annual dragon boat festival by putting a unique spin on the traditional bak zhang that many Singaporeans already love? Bee Cheng Hiang’s new bak zhang is not only stuffed with traditional ingredients such as juicy sliced shiitake mushroom and fragrant chestnuts, but also contains slices of their Gourmet bak kwa, which retails for S$26.40.
If you’re somebody who loves savoury food, you might be sorely tempted by the addition of a salted egg yolk to the already delicious bak zhang. Bee Cheng Hiang’s seasonal special also includes a Gourmet Bak Kwa Rice Dumpling with Yolk, which goes for S$7.50 a piece on foodpanda if you really want to get your money’s worth in delivery fees.
For those who want a savoury snack that’s less filling and starchy than a bak zhang, Bee Cheng Hiang’s Sliced Pork Bak Kwa (S$38.80) will definitely help to ease the afternoon hunger pangs and tide you over until dinnertime.
I’m sure we’re looking forward to having dinners with our extended families again, but until then, this iconic pairing will be sure to keep you and your stomach satisfied.
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