I had the Peking duck salad hand roll ($5.80++ per roll; minimum order of 4) from Kai Duck. This is a fusion dish that’s good as a canapé of sorts to accompany your dim sum lunch.

The ducks here are from Ireland’s Silver Hill farm. It comes with a chunky slice of Peking duck, cucumber, lettuce and Japanese sesame dressing. The hand roll is a crunchy corn-based cracker with a layer of seaweed wrapped around it.

Fairly decent overall but the duck meat wasn’t as tender and juicy as I expected to be. The skin wasn’t as crispy as I was expecting to be, but passable. Nonetheless I’d recommend it if you’re not up for a whole Peking duck or want to have a sample of their signature dish.

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