OrchardAsian Fusion$$$$
30 Reviews
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About FOOK KIN 福劲

FOOK KIN 福劲 Singapore is one of the most highly anticipated restaurants to open in the little red dot. Started by The Muttons DJs, this edgy and cool venue brings modern Chinese roasts to the streets of Orchard. Teaming up with the iconic Roast Paradise hawker stall, this cheekily named restaurant is centred around Cantonese-style roasts that quite literally melt in your mouth. Housed in a space that’s designed with graffiti murals and a particularly eye-catching neon light expressing how much the team FOOK KIN love you, it’s a popular spot to say the very least. If all this sounds up your alley, bring your friends and your appetite to Killiney Road in Orchard and settle in for an experience you won’t be forgetting any time soon. Bookings are essential.

Opening Times

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11:30 am - 10:30 pm
11:30 am - 10:30 pm
11:30 am - 10:30 pm
11:30 am - 10:30 pm
11:30 am - 10:30 pm
11:30 am - 10:30 pm
11:30 am - 10:30 pm


111 Killiney Road
Singapore 239550

Menu Highlights



Oriental Salad

Fu Lu Shou Buns

Triple Happiness

Golden Shrimp Wanton


Shared Dishes

Crispy Squid

Two Way Kai Lan

Golden Lotus Roots Crisps

Salted Egg Wings & Drumplets


Rice Dishes

Roast Treasures

Roast Paradise

Roast Delight



Iced Tea

Gas Drinks

Chinese Tea (Pot)

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More about FOOK KIN 福劲, Singapore

So, we mentioned that FOOK KIN 福劲 in Orchard is one of the coolest dining spots in Singapore. But what makes this modern Chinese venue so exciting? Well, to begin, the owners most certainly know how to create a vibe, and the space is decked out with murals, Oriental bird cages, wooden furnishings and roast meats hanging from hooks. Honestly, every aspect of the FOOK KIN space perfectly matches the menu, which is brimming with contemporary takes on Asian classics with a distinctive Cantonese influence.

Some of our favourite dishes gracing the FOOK KIN Singapore menu include small plates such as crispy squid tossed in a special sweet sauce; salted egg wings and drumlets and fresh kai lan served two ways. Then, for the main we recommend you opt for one of the signature FOOK KIN roasts – delight, treasures or paradise. You can select from char siew, siu yoke or roast duck which come with either noodles or rice. Delicious, right? Located along Killiney Road in Orchard, this modern Chinese and Asian fusion haven is a must for lovers of high quality and flavoursome food. Book now.

30 FOOK KIN 福劲 Reviews

30 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Very good
Value for money:Reasonable value
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Camilia D.a day ago · 3 reviews

if you love your chinese food, you'd definitely love this place. the char siew is to die for.

eveleen h.a day ago · 2 reviews

Char siew is a must! I love the salted egg lotus root too!

Rose Y.a day ago · 2 reviews

Delicious roasts, especially the char siew, and pork belly. Prompt service from all staff. Recommend to make reservations as there was a queue during lunch peak period on Saturday.

Mak W.7 days ago · 1 review

Speedy service. Restaurant is clean and spacious. Best char siew I have ever tasted.

Gloria L.14 days ago · 2 reviews

The restaurant was crowded on a Saturday evening, luckily we managed to get a reservation on It is recommended that reservations be made as walk-in have to wait for more than one hour. The char Siew was good, mixture of lean and fatty meat. However; the roast pork was average, the skin wasn’t crispy or crunchy. Some of the dishes were cold when they came. The fried crispy squid wasn’t crispy and cold as well as the salted egg chicken wings and drumlets. The restaurant was short-handed and their iPad ordering system was down. I would also like to mention that their pot of tea is not those Cantonese restaurant tea with loose tea leaves. It’s just two tea-bags and they charge $6.80 per pot. I think they can do better by providing more tea bags or give better tea at that kind of price. Nonetheless, the dining experience was above average, there’s room for improvement. Perhaps to make sure that your staff are more organized than running around and being panicky.

Kelly T.21 days ago · 8 reviews

Their signature dish is the char siew and I think it’s really the best! They should mention the type of noodles they serve though. There’s only meepok and we didn’t know because we assumed it’s meekia. They offered to change it for us after knowing that my mum doesn’t eat meepok but they ended up overcharging us (they charged both the noodles and the rice that they offered). But overall we had a great meal.

Jacqueline W.13 days ago · 1 review

Ten of us were at the dinner. We were putting in our order through the iPad. One of the female waiting staff took a look at the IPad and informed us that the portion of the mixed roast is for 2 to 3 people. I told her we were ordering two portions and we had other foods too. She was not happy and service was bad after that. During dinner, we had to call her and reminded two times before she accede to our requests. No iced water was served. Food was overrated. The duck is supposed to be boneless but came with lots of bones.

Janice C.8 days ago · 3 reviews

Reservations recommended as there was a queue even at 8pm! Charsiew was the best out of all the meat though the duck and siobak were great too. Would recommend the rice over noodles as I find that the sauce for the noodles were too oily and made the meal a little gelat. (they use chicken rice!). Atmosphere is perfect for a gathering with friends :)

Rachel K.14 days ago · 10 reviews

Made a reservation at 7.30pm but when arriving on the dot we were still made to wait for awhile. Otherwise food is good and worth the price! Ambience is good for casual dining and catchup with friends

Lee Huang T.18 days ago · 1 review

Food was good but a little oily. Should have asked for the less fatty meats. The mee pok and the crispy lotus roots were nice! The kai lan would have been better with less oil.