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This stall is part of a group that has stalls at other hawker centres including Redhill Hawker Centre, which I frequent often. They have good Braised Duck Noodles. Often there is a queue, but it moves fast.You have a choice of yellow noodles or kway teow noodles. The chilli is also potent, but it adds a good kick to the noodles. You can ask for a little chilli first if you are worried you can't take the heat. The soup on the side is also good and flavourful. Try it! continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-30
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The FoodI ordered a plate of Braised Duck Rice. The duck meat is tender and has fully absorbed the rich and tasty flavour of the dark braised sauce. Even the skin is fragrant and braised till it's nice and soft. The braised sauce is not too salty and goes very well with the rice. This is one of the better Braised Duck Rice I have ever tasted. The PriceReasonably priced at $3 with generous portionOverallI will definitely come back again and highly recommended to try this! continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-13
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I'm quite please to see that Seng Heng braised duck stall is still operating after the peak hours. Their ducks are always sold out when I'm there even though I consider myself early. FoodWe choose to order a set meal of 2 instead of 2 individual portions. Based on my friend's recommendation, it is better to order a set as the portion is bigger with the duck drum stick.Set for 2 including a braised egg costs S$10.00Flesh of the duck is succulent and rich in flavours. Perfectly braised with herbs well penetrate into the meat. Though there are some fatty meat but it somehow brought out the origins Teochew's cuisine flavour.Ordered Kway Tiao Dry and they comes with yammy gravy with chinese parsley and fried onions on the top. Soup that comes along are full of herbs flavour too and not too peppery. Served warm and complements the dried kway tiao. This additional egg was halved. Additional cost of S$1.00 if you want to add this on.ServiceThe man with distinct features (dark black hair and mustache) were taking order. Queues are not in the orderly manner initially but he managed to get the queue back in order. AmbienceYoung and Olds forms the queue. There was a woman who wanted to buy the drumstick portion but it was sold out. Phew! I was quite lucky!PriceReasonably priced and well liked by the neighborhood. Recommendation / TipsBe early to avoid disappointments. continue reading
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