Alicia Koh •
22 Dec 2010 • 2 reviews • 0 follower
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.