3 Yung Sheng Road
#02-66 Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre
Singapore 618499

09:30am - 01:00pm

09:30am - 01:00pm


09:30am - 01:00pm

09:30am - 01:00pm

09:30am - 01:00pm

09:30am - 01:00pm



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On days when you're craving some meaty comfort, head to this stall in Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre for roast duck, roast pork and char siew, all of which will certainly hit the spot. Prices start from $3, but we recommend that you get a combination of all three meats ($5) instead. The roast duck is fragrantly spiced and succulent to the bite, with a slight smokiness to taste. The roast pork is chunky, and has a balanced ratio of meat and fat. Tastemaker ni eats loves how the char siew sports a lovely char around the edges as well as how they are melt-in-the-mouth tender. Try her tip to create the perfect chilli sauce β€” to balance out the spiciness of the nutty sambal chilli, add chicken rice chilli for sweetness! This DIY sauce goes really well the duck. Don't be shy to ask for more of the deeply-flavoured braised sauce β€” it pulls everything together into one meaty, sensational plate. Pro tip: The roasted meat sells out by 12:30pm, so make sure you come early for lunch!
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker ni eats

Though located in the far west of Taman Jurong Food Centre, it is tasty enough to let me do a journey to the west! 🀣
I ordered the roasted duck, roasted pork and char siew rice for $5. And each item was fatty enough to give that extra flavour and oomph. The char siew melts in your mouth with the fats and slight sweetness and char-ness. 🀀 The skin on the sio bak was definitely crunchy enough. Would have asked for more braised sauce if I knew it would be that good with the rice and roasted meats. πŸ˜‹ Another must have is their chilli. The sambal had an interesting nuttiness, but can be a bit overpowering in terms of spiciness. What I did was add some of the chicken rice chilli to it to give the perfect balance of sweetness and slickness. It went especially well with the roasted duck! .
Would you travel to the west for good food? The funniest thing was meeting a grab driver on the way back that was equally passionate abt food. Telling me how good the mee pok and lor mee is at Taman Jurong Food centre. I ought to go back again πŸ˜‰πŸ™ƒπŸ™‚
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Fragrantly spiced and succulent, dab on some hebi hiam chilli on your tasty chunks of roast duck before your bite releases the slight smokiness trapped under its skin. Pleasantly caramelized, char siew glistens with slight char around the edges. It's firmness compensates with thinner slices, creating a satisfying chew. Roast pork is chunky with a good mix of fats and meat. Deliciousness splashes over your plate of pearl rice in a scoop of richly flavoured gravy.

Tien Lai Rice Stall is the place that gives me roast duck, roast pork and char siew rice cravings. Meaty and flavourful, I'm always thrown into a dilemma while I stand in queue.

With roast pork and char siew going first, the never-ending line forms before the stall even opens at 10, and starts to sell out at 1230h. Prices start at $3/plate for satisfying portions of one type of meat.

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