CH叉R (Char) Cantonese Restaurant At Guillemard Road

I was attracted by a Char Siu (BBQ Honey Pork) photo from Instagram that got me excited to try Char, a Restaurant along Guillemard Road whipping Cantonese cuisines.


I went with my aunt and uncle on a weekday for dinner and to our surprise it was crowded. We were in the queue for almost 30 minutes. Remember to make your reservation if you are going there.

Sambal Kang Kong
Sambal Kang Kong

While we were waiting, we started looking at the menu and decided what we wanted for dinner. Immediately, we placed our order when we were seated. It was a shame that their signature Char Siu were sold.

As usual, we will have a vegetable. We opted for Sambal Kang Kong. The sambal wasn’t too spicy and it was tasty.

Double Roast (Roast Duck and Roast Crispy Pork Belly
Double Roast (Roast Duck and Roast Crispy Pork Belly

Since it is a Cantonese Restaurant, Roast is a must. We ordered a double roast of Roast Duck and Roast Crispy Pork Belly. We love the Roast Duck. It was tasty with a good crisp skin. The Roast Crispy Pork Belly was equally awesome. Our only complaint was it was too fatty. The skin was excellent, as you bite, you can hear the crunch of the crispiness.

Minced Meat with Aubergine in Casserole
Minced Meat with Aubergine in Casserole

The last dish was Minched Meat with Aubergine in Casserole. Among the dishes we ordered, this was the least delish, nevertheless still above average. It was a great dish to go with rice.

My uncle also ordered a Shredded Duck Noodle Soup. I didn’t take a photo and I didn’t try as I was too full. The portion was huge.

We enjoyed our dinner at Char. No doubt, I will be back for the Char Siu and I am keen to try their Beef Hor Fun too. Oh ya, do remember to make reservation before popping by.

393 Guillemard Road Singapore 399790
Tel: +65 68427759


Opening Hours

Tuesday – Sunday 1130 to 1430, 1800 to 2200; Closed on Monday

Getting There

By Bus:
– alight at or opp Kwong Hwa School along Guillemard Road 7, 70, 70M, 197

By MRT: East-West line or Circle line – Paya Lebar station

Rating: 8/10


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A gal who loves to travel and enjoy great food, who also love to take photos of the food and to share her finds

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