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Rong Liang Restaurant

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Located on Clementi West Steet 2, Rong Liang Restaurant sells Chinese Food.

Daily: 07.00 am - 09.30 pm

+65 67730693
$6 based on 19 submissions
Lunch (5 votes), After Work (4 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (4 votes)
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Superlicious Roast meat

This place serves roast duck and char siew which is to die for. I would rate it just a notch below the high-end cantonese cuisine restaurants at a fraction of the price. Definitely my first choice for duck char siew rice when I am on the go.

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  • Roast Pork3 votes
  • Roasted duck drumstick3 votes
  • Char Siew2 votes
  • Char siew and salted veg duck soup2 votes
  • Roast Chicken1 vote
  • roast chicken & duc1 vote
  • shrimp wonton noodle soup roast pork1 vote
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• 11 Jan 2015 • 107 reviews • 0 follower

Superlicious Roast meat

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This place serves roast duck and char siew which is to die for. I would rate it just a notch below the high-end cantonese cuisine restaurants at a fraction of the price. Definitely my first choice for duck char siew rice when I am on the go.
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• 23 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Best shao la

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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!
• 10 Aug 2014 • 55 reviews • 0 follower

Satisfy Your Fix for Roasted Delights

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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
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