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Duck rice @ south buena vista rd

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jhun_4040 wrote:

i think is the corner one they are saying.

the uncle chop the meat no need to see his hands one !

Hmmm...? Because he uses his feet to cut ??? Muahaha......:bounce:

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blackknight wrote:

you are lucky wes, his plate of chiken rice is $330 HOR

I dun wan!! I dun like!!

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blackknight wrote:

you are lucky wes, his plate of chiken rice is $330 HOR

wah.... super premium man... thought its 150 cat:whistle:

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Wes23 wrote:

Hmm, trade secret!!! :bounce:

share lay i need extra income:becky:

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Wes23 wrote:

:Cry::Cry::Cry: I in Singapore you always jio me have "chicken" rice leh!

jio u also dun come, den jio for wat. waste saliva !

u wan attain the master level, far from it la boi..at this rate you entering the love graveyard liao

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jhun_4040 wrote:

jio u also dun come, den jio for wat. waste saliva !

u wan attain the master level, far from it la boi..at this rate you entering the love graveyard liao

AGREE 200%...r.i.p:censored:

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blackknight wrote:

AGREE 200%...r.i.p:censored:

See, the Grandmaster have spoken . :tsk:

sorry my brother.. we love you.. but we cannot bear to see you like that..

*ignite BOOMZ

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jhun_4040 wrote:

See, the Grandmaster have spoken . :tsk:

sorry my brother.. we love you.. but we cannot bear to see you like that..

*ignite BOOMZ

Thank you my brother! I understand what you guys are stating... :)

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jtang wrote:

IMHO, it's better! There's a turtle soup stall next to it, also pretty good. :becky:

yup, i also feel so.. the soup they serve is nice.. havent tried the turtle soup yet thou.. :)

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Wes23 wrote:

I have tried the braised duck at serangoon garden and ubi! All rocks! :becky:

where is the braised duck at ubi??

i know the one at serangoon garden - previously from Lim Tua Tow market one right?? :bounce:

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speaking of braised duck, anyone remember Cheok Kee at Macpherson? They shifted about a year ago and i dunno where they are now ... anyone has a clue?

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geylang better. the sauce more power . after eating still can go look see look see...

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Jeffrey wrote:

geylang better. the sauce more power . after eating still can go look see look see...

:becky::becky::becky::becky:

but geylang very expensive leh ...

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mvdennis wrote:

speaking of braised duck, anyone remember Cheok Kee at Macpherson? They shifted about a year ago and i dunno where they are now ... anyone has a clue?

gone liao.. also cannot find even though they r just opp me .

their webs are the best..

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mvdennis wrote:

speaking of braised duck, anyone remember Cheok Kee at Macpherson? They shifted about a year ago and i dunno where they are now ... anyone has a clue?

gone liao.. also cannot find even though they r just opp me .

their webs are the best..

oh man..... sayang man

that's one of the best duck rice around this area. Strangely their brother store at East Coast Lagoon is never quite as nice. I love the wings too. used to buy $10 (20 pieces) and sit in front of the TV whole afternoon (and drink beer too)

SHIOK!

:lol:

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I'm sorry but I don't think this duck rice is value for money and furthermore the duck slices are dry and hard. Try the tiong bahru duck rice, diagonally opposite tiong bahru FC. Slightly better pricing, but the duck rice there is top notch.

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yah quite expensive but 3 mins from my office so i eat there often.. haha.

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I'm sorry but I don't think this duck rice is value for money and furthermore the duck slices are dry and hard. Try the tiong bahru duck rice, diagonally opposite tiong bahru FC. Slightly better pricing, but the duck rice there is top notch.

Harlow senocs! Your first post is on food, so we deem u as a food connoisseur haha!

Do join us for our makan session!

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for Duck rice/noodles , i prefer Mei Ling Street Food Centre - No Sign Board Duck Rice Noodles

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Maybe can try the stall at Clementi central hawker centre... quite good.. but abit ex.. naturally duck rice normally ex cos duck is expensive.... but u guys must be early for he finish normally by noon...

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Greetings all ,

got a makan makan place to share ...

There is this duck rice shop at south buena vista rd ...

i'll rate it a 4 out of 5 star reasonable price, but minimum parking spot.

after the makan ... you may wish to take a spin up the 99 bends behind NUS area ...

cheers

Must try

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Greetings all ,

got a makan makan place to share ...

There is this duck rice shop at south buena vista rd ...

i'll rate it a 4 out of 5 star reasonable price, but minimum parking spot.

after the makan ... you may wish to take a spin up the 99 bends behind NUS area ...

cheers

Must try

blackknight wrote:

I have tried the braised duck at serangoon garden and ubi! All rocks! :becky:

Serangoon garden 1 is gd n cheap

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