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📍Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck, Paragon📍
💸 Peking Duck: $138
💸 Peking Duck Second Way: $22
💸 Braised Hor Fun with Prawn & Egg Gravy: $34
*Not inclusive of GST/Service Charge
Happy 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣3️⃣! Had our first meal of the year at Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck🦆, a restaurant we've wanted to try for the longest time. Their Peking Duck definitely lives up to its name of one of the best in Singapore👍. The skin is thin, crispy with just the right amount of fat, and the meat is juicy, not dry at all🥩. Having the meat on it's own is good, but we preferred it in the wheat wrap. It tastes refreshing and slightly sweet with the scallions, cucumber🥒 and sauce. Super good! We chose to stir-fry the remaining duck on the bone with ginger and scallion. The gravy was really nice and savoury, we think this would go super well with rice🍚. Overall, the Peking Duck was really delicious. We loved having different ways to enjoy one dish, it made the experience more fun and enjoyable😍!

The star of the show is the duck. The skin is very crispy and not greasy. The duck meat is succulent and not dry at all. Even the breast meat is tender and the gamey taste is not strong. Very delicious with the wrap and the sauce.

Other worthy mentions include the Roast Pork Belly which has a thin crispy layer of skin and juicy meat.

The Char Siu is also another highlight of the meal. The meat is unbelievably moist and flavourful.

The remaining duck meat is cooked with Ee Fu noodles. The noodles are stir-fried, not braised but still good. The taste is light but again delicious.

My family enjoyed the dinner and service was great. Do order the Peking duck in advance to avoid disappointment.

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Maybe the best eefu I've had as of 28/12/21. It's more chow mein style actually, as it's a dry style with sauce rather than a braised version. Very clean, yet super addictive. I was much more impressed by this than the duck.

None of that weird smell that eefu usually comes with. The noodles were on the softer side for a dry style tho, which is right up my alley

Their hoisin sauce was good on its own, you can tell it's high quality from the complexity but it's too strong with the duck skin.

Crepe was too thick as well. Felt the duck was better eaten alone

I like how the duck was sliced with meat on it, esp the dark meat, so that you know you're getting your money's worth(not like how some places only serve the skin then the second cooking still barely has any meat)

Their most impressive trait was the roasted aroma, it really was league above others. Crispiness could have been more. I'm convinced there can be better Peking ducks, because black society has one that is already close to my expectations. If this is the best in SG I guess only Beijing's one will wow me

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It's good but it's overhyped. Doesn't live up to my personal expectations.

The skin was crispy but I felt it could have been crispier and oilier. Props to the strong roasted flavour though

Breast meat was somewhat dry

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Too much meat overkill for me in one sitting but the boys would always fight and insist on ordering this. For beef lover, this is always a joy.