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Signature London Roast Duck

$26.00 · 21 Reviews

The whole roast duck was a very generous portion and can probably feed 6-8 people depending on whether you order any other dishes. The skin was glistening and quite crisp when I bit into it and the meat wasn’t too dry. However the duck seemed really fatty??? more than the standard roast duck and was abit annoying when it came to removing the excess fat from the meat.

The duck came with 2 sauces, chili (quite spicy) and the plum sauce which was quite nice as it balanced out the savoriness of the duck.

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Divine tasty fatty roasted London duck over fluffy rice.
Only $8.80 a plate. Highly recommended.
Pickles $3 was also not bad!
Yummy!

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Visited the shop with high expectations. Unfortunately, I felt that it wasn’t worth the hype. You can probably get a similar quality at a much cheaper price. But you are in town and having a duck craving, this wouldn’t be a bad choice. It’s just not something I’d go for again!

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招牌伦敦鸭 Signature London Roast Duck + 港式脆皮烧肉 Hong Kong Crackling Pork Belly

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However, I felt it was slightly salty and oily. Probably because it's called fat duck 😂. Overall it was a good experience! But certainly not the best! 😉
Signature London Roast Duck
Whole ($48.80)
Half ($26)
Regular ($12.80)
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Rating: 3.6/5
Worth your calories? Yes, if you are into flavourful duck skin! 👍🏻It's worth the try!
📷 Credits: Admin @justin.kho

🙏🏻 *Fingers Crossed* with this feast at the place proclaiming to serve the Wagyu of Ducks – Signature London Roast Duck ($16.80 - Regular), Hong Kong Crackling Pork Belly ($13.80), Hong Kong Egg Tart ($4.30), Crispy London Duck Snow Bun ($4.80)

While the justly succulent duck adopts the Hong Kong style of roasting, with a worthy layer of fat underneath that crisp glory skin – it wasn’t as impressive as I imagined. Perhaps I went with high expectations but I wasn’t a fan of the excessive amount of oil (especially when it was served cold), which I believe could be reduced without affecting the flavours. The crackling, on the other hand, had a fair amount of fat ratio I prefer but then again I've had cheaper & much better options at many stalls right across the border. Not to mention the measly portion at that price. No comments on their egg tarts, recommend you give those a miss. Snow buns were respectable, very much similar to the ones from Tim Ho Wan, would be perfect with a generous filling. Overall, not a place I’ll return anytime soon but that’s just me, try it for yourself! For me, I simply can’t wait for Kam’s Roast Goose to wing its way here next. Or I can always wish my exchange application's a success 🍀

I've to admit they do their roast duck well. Crisp skin, juicy, tender meat. On the fatter side though. But I'm not sure if this means it justifies the sky high price. I'm sure there're equally good roast duck elsewhere for cheaper. BUT cha siew here was a complete DISASTER.

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