1 Saint Andrew's Road
#05-02 National Gallery Singapore
Singapore 178957

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11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
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11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

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06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

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The only thing that we ordered that's super value for money. The small portion is already massive, feed 3-4.

Taste wise it's unbelievable as well. Looks so plain but is packed full of umami, the prawns were nice but the fish impressed. The bouncy texture was again something really unexpected. There are small bits of intense salted fish too

If there's any complaint it's probably that we didn't expect the portion to be so generous, and it's a little heavy after your second or third bowl(yeah we couldn't stop at the first even after proclaiming we're full)

Here we chose the stir fried minced duck, which is the reason why we're here this time actually after seeing someone else order it previously.

It's decent, relatively tame compared to their other stuff. Works pretty well with the lettuce wrap, and babe enjoyed the deep fried dough fritters. Not stunning though, I would probably just ask for the duck to be deboned and served as is, for much greater satisfaction, much more meat, and without additional price.

I know it's half a duck only but with the bulking from mushroom and veggies, there really isn't too much meat in this plate(when it's supposed to be half a duck)

Ngl when I first saw this im like I messed up, I'm gonna pay 50 for this plain looking thing. But one bite and I was floored, this is transcendental stuff

I guess the bias comes from thinking it's something you can reproduce at home, but while it's possible to reproduce the colour it's impossible to produce the flavour. Every aspect was impeccable, the umami was so strong yet not overhwelming. Really, really delicious and the fish maw was the element that blew my mind.

We've all had soggy fish maw in soups but here they made it almost have a fishcake like bounce. Definitely get yo ass down here and visit national gallery otw haha

The skin is pretty good on its own, juicy, slightly crispy and savoury. It's sliced here with a bit of meat too for some pieces, so that's a nice surprise. Served with cucumber, hoisin sauce, and spring onion(which has a bit of bite). Unfortunately the skin isn't strong enough to come through entirely when eaten with the other ingredients, it's still pretty good nonetheless

Advanced reservation required. Not sure how many days because we reserved just one day in advance but usually it's 3 days for other places

Almost every other table had a duck lol. It's one of the better ones I've had, the skin is crispy and the marinade is savoury. Skin was quite flavourful too

Kudos to the chef for the knife work, having sliced the silken tofu so thinly without the slightest crack on them. This was a flavourful dish and the sauce goes well with rice! This happened to be one of their signature dish so you can consider giving it a try!