Delicious Angelica Herb Roasted Duck Rice @ Dian Xiao Er Singapore

Dian Xiao Er symbolizes a pit-stop for travelers (customers) to rest and replenish their energy fully before setting off to continue their hectic journeys again. Dian Xiao Er not only provides to the travelers a place of warmth, satisfaction and happiness as they indulge in the delectable dishes, it is also a place for them to interact and build relationships with one another. Dian Xiao Er also symbolizes an element of blessing and fellowship as everyone is brought together in Dian Xiao Er.Β The ambience at Dian Xiao Er is intentionally planned to be rustic and raw with the careful selection of materials to complement the freshness of the herbal roast ducks which are prepared and roasted in the display kitchen daily. Customers can expect to experience a choice of dining ambience varying from dining inside a traditional Chinese inn to dining inside a rustic timber shed at the foot of a stone cliff. β€” text from Dian Xiao Er website

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What’s so special about our Herbal Roast Duck? “We choose Cherry Valley ducks of the finest quality; naturally breed off the lakeside. We take great care in the selections & preparation of our ingredients. Our ducks are prepared and freshly roasted daily. The ducks are first marinated with a myriad of herbs and spices for hours, thereafter roasted with appropriate temperature to keep them from drying out in the oven. A duck roasted in this manner is crisp to the touch and golden brown in appearance; its flesh is both tender and juicy together with an overwhelming herbs fragrance. It is definitely a mouth- watering temptation impossible to resist. Truly sensational!”

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The ducks are first marinated with a myriad of herbs and spices for hours, thereafter roasted with appropriate temperature to keep them from drying out in the oven. A duck roasted in this manner is crisp to the touch and golden brown in appearance.

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The applications of Chinese Herbs have evolved over thousands of years. In fact, it has become a distinctive culture heritage of the Chinese.

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