As with most Singaporeans’ conversations around the dining table go, many a time they revolve around food. During one of those dinners as part of the Lunar New Year visitations, my uncle recommended a stall to me somewhere in Serangoon when I briefly mentioned that Roasted Duck is one of my favourite hawker foods.
And so, I specifically made a trip down. I was definitely not disappointed. The Roasted Duck was moist and succulent whilst the roasted pork had minimum fat in between the layers with a crispy crackling on top.
Additionally, the meats were not overly seasoned which certainly is a positive. Prices here are anything but expensive. An assorted serving of roasted duck, char siew and roasted pork belly with 2 portions of white rice amounts to about S$15 for two people.
There is an adjacent stall serving up Chinese, Cantonese-style soups which are pretty good too. I could be wrong but I believe both stalls are related parties.