Popular for their Teochew braised duck, the star was really the dark and intense-flavoured braised sauce that permeated everything on the plate. But perhaps it was so precious that they also won’t spare more.
Commanding a consistent crowd before and after the stall opened, their braised duck was tender and juicy with a good layer of fats under the skin. In addition. They also offered braised pork belly that was as delicious.
For sides, their cabbages was tasty, apart from all the other braised beancurd, egg and peanuts.
Tai Dong did stand out for their power-packed Loh sauce and Teochew braised duck. Pity that they only offered rice but no Kueh Chao or porridge which would be good for variety though.