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Telephone
03-2287 4128
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Smoking Section
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Village-Roast-Duck/242561395785434?sk=info
Signature Dishes
Bean Curd In Hot Pot Crispy Aromatic Duck with Pancakes Roast Duck Rice Special Boneless Roast Duck
Review (20)
Level4 2015-11-23
678 views
I've seen this restaurant several times now, especially after finish doing my grocery shopping at Jaya Grocers. But then whenever I walk by I see a lot of people especially during lunch or dinner rush hour which tells me that the food is pretty good. Plus the several hunks of roasted duck and char siew hanging at the glass window always seem to be super delicious but I have yet to try it until recently. With mom, we ventured to Village Roast Duck for some good roast meats which means I got to try more things.For me, I got the Dried Wanton Noodles with Char Siew. A little more expensive than those you can usually get at a local coffee shop, however I think there is a good reason for that. The noodles were nice and al-dente mixed with a very good flavoured sauce. Then the char siew was so so so so so amazing plus there's a bigger portion of it than what we can usually get elsewhere without ordering an extra plate. This was so good that we ordered another plate of it just to share.For mom, she got the same dried noodles except she got roasted duck instead. This was also a good choice because the meat was nice and juicy without being overly dry. Plus the skin is nicely crisp without a too much fat. So having this with the dried al-dente noodles was quite satisfying.We would most definitely be back to try other things from the menu. The one that we are looking forward to the most is the wantons which we left out because we would rather have an extra plate of noodles with char siew instead. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-12
460 views
既然这里是烧鸭专卖店,幸好味道总算没有让我失望。外皮还算酥脆,咬下去也有很多肉汁,不过我不喜欢吃鸭肉的原因就是肉质有点应还有纤维很粗,目前为止还没有吃到让我满意的烧鸭。 continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-18
238 views
除了烧腊之外,如果吃惯清蒸,干煎等,试一试南瓜炒虾还蛮算新鲜的口味,虾都蛮肉厚鮮美而且每一只都很肥美,口感很弹牙。煎熟虾再后配上南瓜酱炒法,火候很够,虾子非常入味,还蛮健康的因为有南瓜。 continue reading
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Level1 2013-03-19
158 views
Me and colleagues have lunch at Village Roast Duck Restaurant in Bangsar Village 1.This is the first time we went there.We have ordered 5 dishes which includes crispy duck roll, nasi pulut, half roasted duck, kuih lobak and dumpling soup.It comes in small dishes but the appearance is nice.The crispy duck roll is our favourite, it is crispy with duck meat and some vegetables wrapped inside.The nasi pulut contains small prawn, scallops, sotong, mushroon and eggs, thus it is full of ingredients which is worth for its price.The roasted duck is best to eat with its sauce, the skin is crispy and it is fats layer is thin.Overall, all the dishes is nice and i would rate it 4 over 5. continue reading
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Level4 2012-10-30
163 views
A fresh option for Chinese food at Bangsar Village. This brightly lit outlet features friendly service, but the menu isn't especially exciting and prices seem arbitrary. BBQ combo of char siew, roast duck & siu yoke. Rather expensive at 38 ringgit, considering the relatively paltry portion. Everything tasted tender and flavorsome enough, but there are more memorable versions elsewhere. King prawns with pumpkin sauce (36 ringgit). Plump and reasonably fresh, but strangely greasy. Any sweet flavor from the pumpkin sauce was almost indiscernible. Crispy aromatic duck with pancakes. Much more logically priced at 18 ringgit. A worthwhile option; the shredded duck was meaty and well-marinated. Tasted terrific with the thin, steaming-hot pancakes, hoisin sauce & cucumbers. Hokkien mee (RM26.80). Contained the essential ingredients, including pork liver & crunchy lard. But completely lacking in "wok hei." Also too puny for the price. Complimentary watercress soup. Had a nice, homemade feel. The verdict: For Oriental cuisine at BV, Reunion still wins (for now). continue reading
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