More Reviews at Boon Tong Kee Kway Chap Braised Duck (Zion Riverside Food Centre)

More Reviews of good food at Boon Tong Kee Kway Chap Braised Duck (Zion Riverside Food Centre)

Boon Tong Kee is 1 of my favourite kway chap store.

Their duck meat is tender.

The intestines were flavourful.

The pig skin was bouncy, and jellylicious.

The Braised sauce was good and goes well with all their meats

And there are 3 types of chilli to choose from. All also goes well with the braised meats.

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Michelin bib and for good reason, they're special

Soup had a incredible depth, probably a lot of salt and msg tbh. Kway had a bit of crystal bite, lovely as well

Chili was tangy and worked well w the ingredients. Pork belly in particular was very brined/marinated so there's great flavour. Large intestines was also very aromatic and the texture was brilliant too. Tau pok had more bite than normal, it's quite unique

The rest of the stuff were decent as well, small intestines were abit harder tho, not rlly my thing

Overall it's worth a visit, esp for the pork belly which already looks very good when you see it on display


Expect to queue during meal times.

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Featured in the Michelin Guide, BTKโ€™s Kway Chao Braised Duck whips up a pretty decent plate of duck rice at an affordable price. Meat was just slightly fatty, but combined with the herbaceous sauce and rice, it was a nice treat. The soup on the side was however, was very salty. A decent, good meal I must say, though they seem more famous for their Kway chap which I didnโ€™t get to try. And be prepared to queue as well!


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Duck rice comes with egg, tofu, pickled veggies, herbal soup and braised duck. Duck is so tender bites off easily. Price is also very affordable and for the generous portion you get, itโ€™s worth it!

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Finally tried Boon Tong Kee Kway Chap which comes with a Michelin Recommendation. Food lived up to the hype, duck was tender and had a good amount of fat and skin on it. Portion size was also generous and I was left feeling full and satisfied. Will be back!


When we visited on a Monday evening, the other stall with a really long queue was the Boon Tong Kee Kway Chap stall! Do be prepared to queue at least 20 minutes for it, and it may be even longer on weekends.

We ordered the kway chap and it comes with a bowl of rice sheets in a herbal broth. We really liked the broth as the herbal flavour was pretty pronounced and we thought the medicinal taste was interesting since most kway chap serve the noodles in a soy-based broth that is noticeably saltier. This dish is definitely not for you if you don't like herbal soups. Also, don't be deceived by the serving size because even though the bowl looks small, there is a lot of rice noodles in one bowl and it can be really filling!

The braised duck and pig innards are served in a separate side dish and the portion was fairly generous. There was quite a large amount of duck meat and pig intestines too, although we felt that the duck meat could be softer.

You should pair the meat with the chilli sauces provided. There are two chilli sauces: the darker one is sweeter whereas the one that is bright-red is spicier (it is very spicy in fact). Take your pick although we personally prefer the spicier chilli, as it really adds a lot of flavour and it can even help you to mask the taste of the innards to some extent!


One of the better kway chap I had.

This place was featured in the last episode of food king.

The duck was soft and tender. The chilli also quite good.

The intestine is flavourful.

Yuck. Whoever said this is a good stall, I guess this was a bad day. The duck was mediocre, the rice was flat, and the imitation of a herbal soup had an off-putting proportion of flavours. Sorry, you had your chance.

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The chap and the (thick) zhup to my <3 The rice was fragrant and not overly dry. A simple plate of braised duck rice always manages to hit the spot!

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The first long queue that I spotted at Zion Road FC was in front of Boon Tong Kee Kway Chap Braised Duck stall. Iโ€™m not a big fan of kway chap so I ordered their ๐๐ซ๐š๐ข๐ฌ๐ž๐ ๐ƒ๐ฎ๐œ๐ค ๐‘๐ข๐œ๐ž ๐’๐ž๐ญ ๐Œ๐ž๐š๐ฅ, which consisted of braised duck rice with preserved vegetables, tau kwa and braised hard boil egg.
The presentation was really appealing, but I was quite disappointed with the taste. It was just overwhelmingly salty, from the rice, meat, preserved veggies, and soup.
If the rice were to be less salty, and the preserved vegetables more tangy, I think Iโ€™d have enjoyed the dish better ๐Ÿ™‚ The chilli was nice btw!
๐Ÿ’ฒ: $4.50

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Chicken rice individual set ($6++)

Rice is shaped in pyramid style. Chicken is smooth but quite little in portion. Chilli is not bad- gingerly but spicy and salty enough.

Kway Chup from duck rice stall ($3.50)

Amount of food was substantial - pig intestines, one whole egg, taupok, taukwa and pork.

Well braised. Worth it!

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Bong Toon Keeโ€™s slurp-worthy version of Kway Chap ($10 for 2, $15 for 3) comes with a generous portion of well-cleaned offal (small and large pork intestines), braised duck meat, braised eggs, tau pok (fried bean curd) and tofu.

The kway was smooth and silky, and gives a nice mouthfeel.

Good to know that they offer 2 types of chili sauce, the watery type (best for the kway and tau pok) and the thick type for the meats. Add a mix of the 2 to intensify the heat. #DFDHawker


The kway chap ($3.50) from Boon Tong Kee Kway Chap Braised Duck at Zion Riverside Food Centre comes with a generous portion of pork belly, egg, small and large intestines, taupok and tofu. This is definitely a case of good food at good price๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป #kwaychap #pork

Also, do not be confused with the Boon Tong Kee chain of restaurants as there is no chicken rice here. Hence, what you should focus on instead is their signature kway chap and braised duck. For $10, excluding the kway, you get a set of kway chap for two which includes braised duck, pig intestines (both big and small intestines that were cleaned very well without any funky smell), egg, tau kwa and tau pok. Perfectly braised, these accompanying ingredients make this an enjoyable kway chap meal which goes superbly well with the spicy chilli.
Boon Tong Kee Kway Chap Braised Duck
Address: 70, Zion Road, Zion Riverside Food Centre, Unit 01-24, Singapore 247792


$15 for 3 pax. But it fed 4 of us fine!

Not the healthiest of choices but so comforting.


One set of fulfilment and satisfaction! The set comes with braised duck, rice, egg, cucumber and etc all for only $4.

All for $13.50 and no queue for dinner on a Thurs night

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