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Rong Liang Restaurant

AsianCantoneseChinese
Located on Clementi West Steet 2, Rong Liang Restaurant sells Chinese Food.
Daily: 07.00 am - 09.30 pm
+65 67730693
$6 based on 18 submissions
Lunch (5 votes), After Work (4 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (4 votes)
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Best shao la

This place has really good roast duck and roast pork! The soup is really nice too. Personally, i like the duck drumstick. Prices are really reasonable too. Has been patronising them for years. One of the more original shao la stall in singapore that has kept our hawker, coffeeshop taste. 

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Best roast duck drumstick!
23 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Best shao la

This place has really good roast duck and roast pork! The soup is really nice too. Personally, i like the duck drumstick. Prices are really reasonable too. Has been patronising them for years. One of the more original shao la stall in singapore that has kept our hawker, coffeeshop taste. 
Roast Chicken
10 Aug 2014 • 55 reviews • 0 follower

Satisfy Your Fix for Roasted Delights

I am particular when it comes to roasted delights and have my favourites all over Singapore (and sometimes, JB). This is bad especially when i am craving for roast pork, char siew and roast chicken all at one time! 

The rescue came in the form of Rong Liang Ge; a restaurant in West Coast where i could satisfy my fix for roasted delights! Granted Char Siew is better in Kay Lee but for the roast pork and chicken, they are definitely ranked the top few in Singapore!

For review and more photos, visit http://cavinteo.blogspot.sg/2014/08/rong-liang-restaurant-char-siew-roast.html
21 Sep 2011 • 10 reviews • 1 follower

very good cantonese fare at good value

Not your usual coffeshop outlet. Food is primarily Cantonese fare and for that they do it very well (Cantonese person here). Their roast pork is so good that I eat it without sauce. Same with their roast duck and roast chicken. So tender and juicy, especially in the morning, that I almost always decline sauce. Why mask a good thing. If sauce you must, put it on the side. Their soups are also very good with generous bits of veggies and a few pork ribs. My favorite is their shrimp wonton noodle soup (soup, of course, for us Cantonese). A couple of healthy choisum with springy egg noodles and 4 good sized shrimp wrapped in wonton skins for $3. Also their Kopi of all sorts, including YingYang is my favorite in the hood. Robust in flavor even when iced.

I often will buy half a chicken in the mornings and it disappears bit by bit often not making it to it's intended lunch appointment. It's some of most tender chicken I've had outside a high end cantonese dining experience.

I usually don't opt for veggies as it's much cheaper and healthier to cook veggies at home.

Their roast duck it to die for and sell lots of it. If you get it as a rice or noodle dish, the portions are typical. Go for half a bird as it's well worth it.

This is my neighborhood go to place to get my Cantonese food fix! (Hide)
13 Jun 2011 • 63 reviews • 7 followers

Value Hk style roast meats

This is your usual coffee shop outlet. Just that they occupy the whole area. Simple roasted delights but never fails to fill me up. Don't expect a very high standard as the price is very cheap. However, if you compares this to other identical outlets at coffee shops, this one i will definitely choose over the others. They have the usual steam soup too. Nice wanton noodle as well.
Roasted duck, char siew and salted veg duck soup
22 Dec 2010 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Roasted duck, Char siew and Salted veg duck soup

I was first introduced to this place when I was studying in NUS. A great escape from the boring school canteen, especially if you stay in the hostels.

Uploaded the latest picture I took from this eating place. Do try their roasted duck and char siew! My roommate are more a fan of their char siew but I am all in for their roasted duck drum stick [not in the picture because it was all sold when i reach :( ]. put your cholesterol issue aside for 5 mins and order their roasted duck drumstick. you have to try this! they coat the drumstick with this special sauce mixed with some spices.. take a deep bite into the drumstick, feel the juicy duck sauce melts in your mouth..

Prices are relative cheap but the quantity of meat for a $2.50 plate of rice might not be sufficient for a guy. So I would recommend ordering like I did (mixed meat), or order a drumstick. Try their herbal soup as well. My personal fave is their salted veg duck soup at $2. Prices are really affordable here so it was good for students like myself. I am really into the gravy so I always have my rice dripping wet with the gravy sauce.

Since this is a coffeeshop setting, do not expect high standards on the service or ambience. Lunch hour sees a mad crowd, mainly from the industrial industry around the area. So do go before 12 or after 2pm if you plan to have lunch. Otherwise, dinner is usually more comfortable, with a smaller crowd and cooler temperature. Now that i have graduated, I still visit the eating place for my comfort food when i have the roast duck craving.