7 Wallich Street
#B2-32 Guoco Tower
Singapore 078884

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Sunday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

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Reviews

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This review on Sean Kee’s duck rice is the first time that I am trying, hence, I am not able to determine if there are any differences from this outlet to the original stall. However, based on what I have order, the most basic Braised Duck Rice is priced at $5.90 which comes with braised peanuts and bean sprouts by the side. There are other variations with the addition of a braised egg and beancurd, plus you can get the duck meat with noodle or porridge as well. All in all, a solid plate of braised duck rice with an excellent braising sauce over it, which probably is the key factor as compared to other competitor brands. The meat was neither dry nor gamey while the rice has a nice herbal aroma.
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✨ Ya Lor
📍 7 Wallich Street, Guoco Tower, Unit B2-32, Singapore 078884
🍴[Self Funded]

Quite a standard bowl of your usual duck noodles, though I was expecting it to come with egg. Compared to the rice dish, this was less worth it in terms of the ingredients it comes with.

We got this as part of a deal - 2 main dishes for $10 - you can choose between duck kway teow, porridge, or rice. Queue wasn’t too bad on a weekday late afternoon. It’s quite a good alternative if you can’t get hawker food around the area.

Rice was quite fragrant, and the braised duck was pretty nice - a good balance of sweet and salty. There weren’t much braised peanuts or bean sprouts but at least the quantity of duck meat was adequate.

We got this as part of a 2 mains for $10 deal, which made this very worth it. You can choose between duck kway teow, porridge, or rice. Queue wasn’t too bad on a weekday late afternoon. It’s quite a good alternative if you can’t get hawker food around the area.

Braised duck rice set ($5.90) which comes with peanuts and beansprouts. Decent serving of braised duck too.

The sauce is a lot thicker than usual & pretty herbaceous which isn’t too overpowering at the same time.

Comes with bean sprouts, taukwa, peanuts and braised egg!

10/10 soul food

Ya Lor, which has recently opened at the basement of Guoco Tower (next to Tanjong Pagar mrt), is a collaboration between Pezzo Pizza, Crave Nasi Lemak & Sia Kee Duck Rice (Geylang Lor 35).

The Signature Braised Duck Rice comes with braised duck (obviously), braised peanuts, bean sprouts, braised egg and beancurd along with rice and soup. Taste wise, it was a decent plate of braised duck rice; the braised sauce was thick and flavourful but a tad on the sweet side and i suspect lots of msg was used too as i felt very thirsty after my meal. The braised duck was quite tender while the other side dishes were not bad too (although nothing in particular really stands out). Besides rice, there are other options like noodles or porridge too.

Overall, with its price point kept relatively cheap for CBD area standards, Ya Lor is certainly a decent and affordable dining option in the area.

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