The stall is located at Blk 128 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh continue reading
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The FoodI ordered Char Siew rice with added rice. The char siew meat was juicy and tender, nicely charred and slightly lean which I like it as I do not like fatty meat. The rice texture was soft and fragrant and also tastes good even on it's own as I ordered the chicken rice instead of white rice. The ginger and chilli sauce complements well with the char siew meat. The chilli sauce was a little spicy and sour and it enhance more flavour to the char siew. The soup also very well-flavoured and taste very delicious too !The PriceReasonably priced at $3.30 for the whole billOverallI will definitely come back again and highly recommended to try this for all char siew lovers ! continue reading
My hubby has a facial appointment nearby and the facial staff has recommend us to eat there for lunchOrder Breast meat duck noodle- The noodle is not over cooked and blend the sauce given taste is perfect. They never charge us any extra for requesting for breast meat. I had ate other place they will charge me extra $0.50 for it. Love the roasted duck skin and meat.Service- The staff are friendly keep ask me to go sit down they will serve us. I will go back to try other type of roasted meat. continue reading
Hua Fong Kee Roasted Duck is one of my favorite weekend lunch places. I'll come here whenever I need my roasted meat fix. It is in a coffee shop setting with plentiful of seating areas, however it can be quite crowded during peak hours. To avoid the crowd, try to reach this place during off peak hours. I must say their staff is very friendly. When you are looking at their stall, almost anyone standing outside the stall will ask what you want to order. My all-time favorite is the Char Siew Roasted Pork combination with an additional lu dan and it costs only $3.80. Unlike other roasted meat stall, Hua Fong Kee’s Char Siew is thinly sliced and tender. Their Roasted Pork is crispy and has the savory spice flavor. continue reading
Trying out one of the signature dish of the stall, it was disappointing this round. Maybe my expectation towards their food was too high since it was well-known in town. I rembered that other food I quite satisfied but not for Hor Fun.I order dried version, Char Siew on top and dumplings in soup. Unfortunately, it was too oily. The gravy was sticky and Hor Fun was mushy. Soy sauce was too dark and chilli paste was not enough, it had no much taste except salty. Of course the portion was okay, just that I not fancy about this Hor Fun so I was not able to finish the whole bowl. Price was $3.30 for mine. continue reading
1st i must say the stall looks tempting to any diner with the nicely roasted offering on display. I fell for this temptation. Ordered a char siew and roast duck mixed set for 1. The roast duck comes sprinkled with sesame seat. I just find the sauce mix a tad too saltish. The char siew was not fat but it lack the well roasted factor so was kind of disappointed. Couldn't taste the sesame infusion in the duck as well. So i felt it was overrated. Paid $5 for my set continue reading