168 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh
#01-1040 Kim Seng Eating House
Singapore 310168

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09:30am - 03:00pm

09:30am - 03:00pm

09:30am - 03:00pm


09:30am - 03:00pm

09:30am - 03:00pm

09:30am - 03:00pm

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From Benson Salted Duck
The braised pork belly over rice at this local coffeeshop stall is a delightful treat.
The meat is incredibly tender and flavorful, making it a must-try dish for pork lovers.
Price only $4.00


Their Fish Maw Pig's Organ Soup was flavorful with a slight peppery kick. It's also generous with the porky ingredients, though I would appreciate more fish maw instead. 😅

If you are at Toa Payoh, remember to drop by Benson Salted Duck at Lorong 1! Unlike the more commonly seen braised or roasted duck, Salted Duck is less spotted in SG, like the distant cousin you only see once a year at every CNY family gathering. That said, its lower profile doesn’t quell the moderately long queues or its popularity, given only half a duck was left when I reached 12-ish p.m. 🦆⁣

You can eat the duck as is to enjoy the unadulterated briney savoriness, or squeeze in the lime and eat it together with the preserved veg & chilli for a flavour explosion. I read that they first poach the duck with spices to remove the characteristic gamey taste and then submerge it in iced salted water to impart a tender meat texture - similar to how poached chicken is prepared! My only gripe is that it does not have white rice, which would have been the perfect palate cleanser.⁣

From Benson Salted Duck (TPY)
Consistently tasty plate of salted duck and braised pork belly.
Simple and satisfying.

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Most duck stalls we have tried so far in SG are either braised duck or roasted duck. We are pretty excited for this salted duck takeaway. It comes with cucumber, garnish, Calamansi, pickle and red chilli sauce. The meat is soft, delicious & not greasy on its own. We will try their kway Teow next 👍


Finally tried this. Been fascinated by a duck that's not braised or roasted. The taste was basically salty lor, like salty/preserved vegetable, which was also part of the meal. The cooking style was uncannily similar to poached chicken. The chicken rice connection extended to the rice and soup, which were both delicious. The soup made me wanna try something soupy next time.