Review: Kim Kitchen Braised Duck (Singapore)



Beo Crescent Food Centre Singapore

Kim Kitchen Braised Duck

sells braised duck with choice of either rice or noodles. Their noodles is especially good.


Braised Duck Noodles

Kim Kitchen Braised Duck sells braised duck with choice of either rice or noodles. Shown here is the dry version of braised duck noodles which comes with a bowl of soup on the side.

This braised duck noodles has springy noodles drenched in a nicely flavoured braised sauce with a slightly sweet taste. It comes with slices of very tender braised duck meat, a piece of crispy fu chok and a quarter slice of braised egg that has a light taste of braised flavours. The accompanying bowl of nicely flavoured soup has a very subtle hint of Chinese herbs. The chilli sauce is decent with a mild sweet taste.

Kim Kitchen Braised Duck is a rather popular stall with a constant queue. A half hour wait for your turn is quite normal here. This bowl of very nice braised duck noodles is definitely worth the wait.


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