[CLOSED] London Fat Duck (Waterway Point)

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83 Punggol Central
#01-23 Waterway Point
Singapore 828761

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When I see pig ears ! I am surprised because this is a duck place isn't it ? Anyway my family wants to eat this and let's just order it. All side dishes come with a side of braised tofu which is really soft and tender . My first thought of how this doesn't look at all like pig ears pig ears will taste like is hmmm maybe very Q ... but nope it taste like a piece of meat ! weird haha

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Thankfully we didnt have to queue that long. On a side note, some of the side dishes are slightly pricey, so please watch what you order if you want to keep the meal wallet-friendly.


I was told this is one of the things that I must order at London Fat Duck.
Reminiscent of the Hong Kong 菠萝包 (bo lo bun), this has black pepper crust and fillings. Crust is powdery and crispy, bun layer is fluffy, filling is moist duck with black pepper sauce.
The black pepper sauce is distinctive, works for some but not for others. My wife and mum felt that it overpowered every other taste of the bun, while I like the strength of the black pepper. The fillings are rather scanty, they could have more duck meat but maintain the level of black pepper sauce (sauce to flour ratio is perfect now). In that way, it will not feel over peppery, yet giving it a more substantial bite.
Probably a once-off novelty dish for me. I'll still return for their roast duck, but their tim sum items aren't spectacular.

Being owned by the same people who also run Legendary Hong Kong, I was expecting both meats to be similar to the ones I recently had there. Both exceeded my expectations, for the meats packed a stronger flavour from the marination and roasting than the ones served at Legendary Hong Kong, with the skins packing in the savoury flavours well. The only gripe was the duck, where we got quite a big portion where the bones are and almost devoid of meat. Apart from that though, this is probably something you should never miss if you intend to dine here!


Things hardly go wrong especially when it comes too deep-fried food, and these were definitely decent. Same shrimp dumplings from the Shrimp Dumpling Noodles that we had; well-stuffed and all but fried to golden-brown perfection that comes with a crisp, yet surprisingly almost devoid of grease.


Wasn't really expecting a green baked bun to show up for the menu seemed to have depicted a normal steamed bun with Liu Sha, but the Pandan flavour does seemed to give it a pretty interesting touch (though can be a little sweet for some). Coming with a reasonable amount of salted egg filling, the Liu Sha was pretty on-point here for it wasn't doused in sweetness, but was just savoury enough that it hits you at the soft spot. The bun also seemed to be crustier than the London Duck Snow Bun in comparisons which I find is the more ideal texture.