[CLOSED] House of Roasted Duck 劉強烤鴨店 (Bugis Village)

224 Wishlisted
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. *

Top Dishes

What you should order based on community favourites

Shop vouchers

Enjoy dining without burning a hole in your pocket, no membership required


From the Burpple community

Sometimes you just need to treat yourself.

A succulent Twin Combo which you can choose between soya sauce chicken, roasted duck and roasted pork. I absolutely loved the crackling skin of the roasted pork which was a great contrast to the squishy and soft layers of fat and meat.

The chicken was packing flavour right to the bone. The meat was plump and juicy giving it a great bite to each slice. I'll definitely be back to try the char siew and duck! 😋


Roasted chicken with congee. About $10.
It's so yummy and reasonable price.
Before you eat, please add soy source!!!
There are lots of variety of menu. love it.
location: 233 Victoria St, bugis.
It's not in Bugis+.

This cha chaan teng along Victoria Street is helmed by an esteemed chef who was previously the number one barbecue cook at The Excelsior Hotel and Convention Centre in Hong Kong, so you can expect the roast meat to be excellent. If there's only one thing to get on the menu, let it be the Pork Belly Char Siew ($16), a personal favourite of our Burpple Tastemaker Russell Leong. He describes it as "thick slices of wobbly, fatty porcine perfection with a fat to meat ratio of nearly 1:1, charcoal roasted to gluttonous glory before taking a dip in a sweet, honey-infused sauce". Thankfully, it's not as oily as you'd expect it to be, and the luscious, melt-in-your-mouth fatty bits together with the tender meat is best shared amongst two people. Otherwise, come with a group of friends and have the Four Heavenly Kings Platter ($48) to share — it comes with crispy roasted duck, soy sauce chicken, barbecued pork and crispy roasted pork.
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Russell Leong

Cantonese style beef brisket noodles are a little uncommon in Singapore, due to the Hainanese style beef noodles being far more prevalent. So when I saw this plate of beefy beauty that comes highly recommended by Jayne on the menu, I knew I had to order it.

And boy I can see why she loves it. Big chunks of mindblowingly magnificent beef that fall apart when prodded with chopsticks are loaded to the brim with amazing, savory flavors. Each bite is an explosion of flavors on your palette, and the sheer softness of the meat ensures that you are almost inhaling the beef instead of chewing it.

As for the noodles, they were free of the repulsive alkaline taste that seems to plague many noodle places in recent days, and they were tossed in a pleasantly palatable sauce.

For just $8.80, you too, can hop aboard the one way trip to this fabulous flavor fiesta.



Choose between Roasted Duck, Soy Sauce Chicken & Roasted Pork to make your own combo of roasted meats!

The Roasted Pork was a juicy combination of perfectly crisp crackling with soft & equal layers of fat & meat.

As for the soy sauce chicken, the tenderness of the chicken was just right, easily making it one of the favorites for the evening.


A promising dish on the menu, this is bacon with yam wrapped within.
The pork belly is marinated with sweet savory sauce, while the yam within was soft and mushy. If only the pork belly could be more roasted and more crispy, this would be a great side dish with a more pronounced contrast in texture. Nevertheless, this may appeal to those who prefer a more chewy and seamless texture.