Review: Shuang Fei Zai Braised Duck (Singapore)

Shuang Fei Zai Braised Duck: Braised Duck & Braised Pork Rice with Soup.webp

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Shuang Fei Zai Braised Duck

does braised duck and braised pork with rice or noodles. Rather nice braised flavours.

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Braised Duck & Braised Pork

Shuang Fei Zai Braised Duck does braised duck and braised pork served with rice or noodles. Above is their braised duck rice set with braised pork added. On top of the braised meats, it comes with half a braised egg, braised tofu and braised peanuts.

The boneless braised duck meat is fairly soft and meaty. Its skin is soft and flavourful. The braised pork is meaty with a layer of fats that is really soft. Both meats has rather nice braised flavours. Both the braised tofu and braised peanuts are soft and has a light tint of braised flavours. Likewise for the braised egg, a light taint of braised flavourings.

These are served on the plate of braised rice that is firm and flavourful. When served, some mildly sweet tasting braised sauce is added on top of the rice. A bowl of braised flavoured soup is served on the side. Likewise it has a faint note of sweet to it. As for the chilli, there are two types of chilli – a dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste and a limey tasting chilli sauce. Both pairs well with the braised meats.

This serving of braised duck and braised pork rice is nice. I rather like it.


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Shuang Fei Zai Braised Duck

12 Telok Blangah Cres.

Singapore 090012


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