531A Upper Cross Street
#02-13 Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
Singapore 051531

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10:30am - 03:00pm

10:30am - 03:00pm

10:30am - 03:00pm



10:30am - 03:00pm

10:30am - 03:00pm

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It comes with shimeiji mushrooms, chicken, cherry tomato and broccoli. The sauce was very nice but the pasta was hard. The chicken was very tender and flavourful. If the pasta is cooked more, it would have been perfect.

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First time having this dish and it was good! The duck skin was crispy. The meat can be easily debone. There is no gamy taste and is well marinated. It comes with 2 sides -corn cob and coleslaw. I chose the mashed potato and it was very smooth. Value for money.

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This Duck Confit ($11) right here is probably the best I have had. I tried a couple of such renditions in restaurants, and this beats all. The duck leg itself is so wonderfully tender and flavourful you probably won't need knife or teeth to do any work. Love how there is a thin layer of crispy skin as well that adds to the texture! The coleslaw, mashed potato and sauce are all made in house and they were all so well done! Honestly, it was so good we had to buy another to share 😂

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amazing finds in a hawker centre

duck was so damn tender that it pulled apart so easily. gravy went so well w the mash and duck 😩👌🏻

comes w coleslaw and corn

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Really good! Spaghetti was al dente and chicken was very fresh, tender and well seasoned.

For that very pocket-friendly price, you get a decently sized duck leg, some mash, coleslaw, and a cob of corn. The star of the show was undoubtedly the duck confit: very tender and well-seasoned, boasting a beautifully crisp exterior that actually has an audible crunch when you slide the knife into it. I can’t stress just how important that is, cause not even the more established restaurants can claim to render the the fat off that well and get a such an amazing crazy crunch on the skin. Meat wasn’t gamely at all so points for that, and I actually liked how their slaw wasn’t too creamy or sweet (understand this is coming from someone who really doesn’t like coleslaw). I also like Med how their brown sauce has a sort of mild acidity we usually expect of hawker brown sauces, but with a welcomed peppery hit. It’s not an in-your-face sorta peppery sauce, but it’s there lingering in the back. The mash is I mean instant mash so nothing to yell home about there, but it’s a generous portion and decent enough. And I’m not about to bitch when they’ve got a solid duck confit at such a steal.

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