Review: Hup Kee Braised Duck (Singapore)




West Coast Market Square Singapore

Hup Kee Braised Duck

is a popular stall selling braised duck and braised pork belly with rice or noodles. Since 1970. Tastes good.

Braised Duck Rice

Hup Kee Braised Duck is a popular stall selling braised duck since 1970. Its braised duck rice set comes with slices of boneless braised duck meat, braised tofu, half a braised egg and served with brown braised rice and a few slices of cucumbers. The braised pork belly slices is an extra add-on.

First, the braised duck. This braised duck is nicely deboned. It is meaty, tender and moist with nice flavours. Its skin is soft and nice. Next, the braised pork belly. This pork belly is meaty, tender and moist. It comes attached with some fatty parts. Nice flavours too. As for the braised tofu, it is soft with decent flavours. Likewise for the braised egg, nice decent flavours with a fairly firm texture.

The rice served is cooked with braised sauce giving it a brown hue. The rice is firm and very flavourful. On the sides is a bowl of nicely braised flavoured soup and a saucer of nice dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste that goes really well with the duck and rice.

This is definitely a lovely serving of braised duck rice. Absolutely enjoyable. Good!


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