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Opening Hours
Today
07:30 - 14:00
Mon - Sun
07:30 - 14:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Signature Dishes
Braised Duck
Review (3)
Level4 2013-12-01
192 views
I saw this stall on tv too, in fact they are famous for their duck noodles, I order their tau kwa, tau pok and braised egg and rice as well as duck noodles, after trying , love their duck meat so much , it is so rich with herbal taste, noodles taste so so only, tau kwa, tau pok and braised egg not bad, quite traditional taste, their soup is also rich with herbal taste, we love their duck meat and soup so much, will go back buy their duck meat again (this taste is very hard to find elsewhere nowadays) as it is filled with rich herbal taste. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-23
72 views
I came to take away the braised duck kway teow to have it for lunch in the office. I get to choose between the kway teow or the yellow noodle to go with boneless braised duck meat. I wanted the kway teow as the kway teow tends to absorb the braised sauce better. The texture of the kway teow was smooth and soft. The nicely sliced braised duck meat came in a generous portion. It tasted tender, moist and fragrant. It was simple but tasty lunch. continue reading
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Level4 2010-11-10
76 views
Please dont be mistaken by their stall name.They do not serve seafood here nor they are affiliated with the 'No Signboard' seafood restaurant chain in Singapore.They're in the duck business!This stall serve pretty decent braised duck noodle here at an economical price of $2.50 per serving. Their soup base might be bland initially but it'll glow on your taste bud after few sip.Their chili is nice and enhanced the full flavor of the entire dish.Worth it, but maybe not the best duck noodles around. continue reading
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