Roast duck is a quintessential dish in the Chinese cuisine that needs little intro-duck-tion. You’ll see it on almost every Chinese restaurant’s menu, and on the lazy Susan if you’re at a Chinese banquet.
Nevertheless, mastering this seemingly straightforward dish isn’t an easy feat. For duck meat can easily turn out to be dry and a jaw workout if it’s not expertly prepared.
But not to worry. We’ve done some digging and found 11 Roast Duck Deliveries In Singapore that you can satisfy your duck cravings with.
It’s the brainchild of Hong Kong-born owner and Group Executive Chef Fung Chi Keung who has over 30 years of experience with the Cantonese cuisine. As such, you can be sure it’s the real deal!
Their signature 烧鸭 Roasted Duck (from S$34) boasts succulent meat with perfectly thin and crispy skin. Just the gentlest poke from the chopsticks will make the juices ooze out spectacularly. So, word of advice: handle with care.
Most of you might associate Ho Fook Hei 好福气豉油鸡 with soy sauce chicken. I mean, it is in their name, after all. But do you know that they offer mouthwatering roast ducks too?
This casual-dining eatery is part of the chain of Joyden-owned concepts. They specialise in serving up authentic Cantonese dishes which they prepare the traditional way.
You can certainly expect their Roast Duck 明炉烧鸭 (from S$15.90) to be traditionally authentic, as such. Flavourful right to the bone, it’s yet another proud product of their remarkable Cantonese cooking skills and techniques.
Kam’s Roastis a well-known roast meat establishment that hails all the way from Hong Kong. In fact, it was after my life-changing experience at Kam’s Roast in Hong Kong that I became a huge fan.
Their signature 甘牌烧鸭 – 全只 Roast Duck – Whole (S$63.25) is perfect for any special occasion. The way the thin and sinfully oily duck skin complements the ultra-tender meat makes for such a good combination.
It’s simply a blessing that Kam’s Roast deliver island-wide. This way, I can enjoy their roast meats in the comforts of my own home.
Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duckis part of the award-winning Imperial Treasure Restaurant Group. With numerous Michelin accolades under their belt, they’re synonymous with authentic Chinese cuisine.
This particular restaurant specialises in the exquisite 北京式烤鸭 Peking Duck (S$96.30). The Rolls-Royce of all roast ducks, it’s a dish that was exclusive to only royalty in ancient times.
So if you’re looking to impress a special someone and his/her parents, you know where to get your roast duck.
We’ve had duck royalty on the list and now it’s time for one from the devils.
Hong Kong-based Forbidden Duckis a Cantonese restaurant by Demon Chef Alvin Leung. And in case his infamous title isn’t clear enough already, the celebrity chef also has three Michelin Stars under his belt. So he ain’t messing around, I’ll tell you that.
They prepare their 鴨大哥 Forbidden Duck (from S$48) Peking-style and by slow-cooking it. Such a method ensures that the lean ducks they use are as tender as they can possibly get.
They also sprinkle some of Chef Leung’s demon magic to strip the duck completely of its bones before serving. I’d love to know what they do with the leftover duck bones, but I’m probably better off not finding out…
So Good Char Chan Tengis a modern take on the traditional char chaan teng that can be found in every nook and crook in Hong Kong. Apart from old-school Hong Kong cafe dishes, they also offer a variety of quality roast meats.
Their Roast Duck Rice 烧鸭饭 (S$8.40) promises an explosion of flavours in every bite. A taste of the good ol’ days that you can’t help but get nostalgic over.
Be it family dinners, birthday celebrations or potluck parties, roast ducks are perfect for any occasion. With these 11 roast duck deliveries, you know where to have your roast duck delivered from the next time!