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Peking Duck fanatics would have heard of Quanjude (全聚德) from Beijing, well known for its trademark roast duck and its impressive history. Established in 1864 during the Qing Dynasty, Quanjude’s use of non-smoky hardwoods like peach and chinese date to roast the duck gives it distinctly fruity aromas.
Now, instead of travelling miles to Beijing just to have a taste of this authentic Peking Duck, award-winning chefs from Quanjude have brought this delectable recipe and other duck dishes to Feng Shui Inn™ from 9 Nov to 18 Nov under our Global Gourmet Kitchen series. Get a taste of cuisine once reserved only for the imperial family. We take a look at what you can expect.
1. Roast Duck
The restaurant’s legendary time-tested techniques produce a roast duck with crispy skin and tender meat with a light fruity flavour that lingers. Savour the thin and crispy skin by folding it in an egg crepe filled with cucumbers, onions, and homemade sweet sauce. It’s a luscious, wholesome taste. Just remember to save some space for the tender and juicy duck meat. Each duck is good for four or more to share.
2. Sesame Duck
This is a sesame and duck-lover’s dream come true. Oven-baked and coated with a generous layer of shrimp paste followed by sesame seeds, it is deep fried till golden brown. The baked meat retains the succulence and the shrimp paste and sesame seeds seal it in. The result is crispy and crunchy pieces that are tender on the inside. Biting into one releases a small flood of juicy goodness, so be sure to keep those napkins handy.
3. Duck Tongue and Cuttlefish Roe
Surrounded by a faint hint of meat and a thin layer of cartilage running through the middle, duck tongue is rich and fatty. This refreshing soup is prepared together with fresh and chewy cuttlefish roe. Great for rainy days or when you feel in need of a warm pick-me-up.
4. Duck Tongue in Special Sauce
The duck tongues are braised and simmered in a signature sauce for a long time, achieving a soft texture and locking in the savoury flavours of the sauce. Be prepared for a strong burst of flavour with every bite.
From 9 November to 18 November, Feng Shui Inn will present an ala carte menu of Quanjude specialty duck dishes, alongside its regular lunch and dinner menus. Ala-carte duck dishes start from $28++.
RWS Invites members get to enjoy a complimentary Sesame Duck worth $38++ with a minimum spending of $150 on food inclusive of any order from the Global Gourmet Kitchen menu in a single receipt.
For details and reservations, please call: +65 6577 6599 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Take part in our contest on our RWS Facebook page next Monday, 5th Nov! Two lucky winners will walk away with a special prize each.