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Roast Duck, Char Siew & Siu Yuk
Hao You Ji Charcoal Roasted Delights offers the usual variety of siu mei roasted meats with rice and noodles. Seen above is their roast duck, char siew and siu yuk served with rice and a bowl of soup.
The roast duck is firm and meaty with a nice juicy skin. The requested char siew is the fatty ones. It is meaty with nice soft fatty parts, and the sweet tasting caramelised parts is good! The mildly savoury tasting siu yuk is firm and meaty with a nice crispy skin. Both their char siew and siu yuk are good!
These assortment of roast meats are serv swed on a plate of plain white rice with a slightly sweet tasting braised sauce added. A bowl of nicely flavoured pork ribs soup containing small bits of soft and meaty pork ribs is provided. A dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste is also available.
This plate of roast duck, char siew and siu yuk rice is truly enjoyable!
Roast chicken is available as an option too. The roast chicken has fairly smooth meat that is firm and meaty. Its skin is decently flavoured and still mildly crispy. The slices of chicken are not completely deboned though. These are served on a plate of firm and flavourful rice. A bowl of savoury tasting salted vegetable soup is provided this time. Served on the side, too, is an optional garlicky tasting chilli sauce.
This serving of roast chicken rice is decently nice.
This wanton mee comes with slices of char siew topped on a plate of tossed noodles, and comes with a bowl of wanton soup on the side.
The tossed noodles is firm and springy and has nice seasoning flavours with a hint of shallot oil. Some vegetables is served together with the noodles. The requested char siew slices are the fatty ones. It is soft and meaty with sticky and sweet caramelised parts. It is topped with a sweet tasting sauce and it tastes good!
The wanton comes in a savoury tasting soup. It has a soft skin wrapping a nice flavourful prawn and meat filling. Very likeable!
This serving of wanton mee is definitely a good one. I like it!
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Hao You Ji Charcoal Roasted Delights