About Fong Kee

Tian Jin Fong Kee is originated from the province of Tian Jin, China, created by the Fong Family. The founder, also my grandfather, Fong Chee Yen, first arrived in Singapore from Tian Jin in 1948 and started the dumpling business in a coffee shop located at the Old Market Road. When the coffee shop was acquired by the Singapore Government in 1970, the business shifted to People's Park, where it has been operating since.

Fong Kee pioneered the Chinese dumplings business in Singapore. Initially, our customers were mainly sailors, pilots and flight attendants from all over the world, who tasted and enjoyed Chinese dumplings overseas. Through word of mouth, Singaporeans were gradually introduced to eating Chinese dumplings. Local and overseas celebrities are also our regular customers who love the authentic taste of Fong Kee dumplings.

Fong Kee is constantly seeking improvements and keen to seek out business partners who are interested in the dumpling business. We welcome your suggestions and hope to make a delightful difference in your next meal with us.

Thank you.

Yours in Dumpling Service

Fong William

8 Days Magazine

8 Days Magazine

  • No.395, 2 May-9 May 1998
  • Tuck into fried or steamed dumplings; kneaded and stuffed with minced pork and chopped chives right before your eyes.
Lian He Wan Bao

Lian He Wan Bao

  • dated April 17, 1998
  • "It is indeed a rare sight in Singapore to find such a shop, with a history of more than 50 years, specialize in selling dumplings."
The Straits Times

The Straits Times

  • dated Oct 16, 1994
  • Fong Kee dumplings listed even in Japanese guidebook.



The Magazine for Japanese Residents in Singapore

The Magazine for Japanese Residents in Singapore

  • Vol. 74 February 2000
News

News

  • The hot and stuffy atmosphere at People's Park Food Centre has not kept people away from Fong Kee.