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Kun Ji Duck Rice serves braised duck rice with slices of boneless braised duck and braised rice. A bowl of braised soup is provided on the side.
The braised duck meat is moist and meaty and its skin is soft and flavourful. The braised rice is firm and has nice mild flavours of braised sauce. The soup is nicely flavoured too, with a faint note of herbal taste.
This serving of braised duck rice is rather nice and likeable.
There are 2 types of chilli available: a garlicky and limey tasting chilli sauce with a faint tint of sweet, and a dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste. You can also mix both together according to your liking.
Roast duck is available as an alternative to their braised duck. The boneless slices of duck meat is moist and meaty with a juicy and flavourful skin. These are served on a plate of white rice with braised sauce added.
The roast duck is rather likeable too.
Char Siew & Siu Yuk
Besides their braised and roast duck, char siew and siu yuk is available as well. The char siew is firm and meaty. The siu yuk likewise is firm and meaty but it has some soft fatty parts and crispy skin. The siu yuk is definitely better than the char siew.
The slices of char siew and siu yuk are served on a plate of white rice with braised sauce added. Quite decent.
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Kun Ji Duck Rice