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Ding Jian Charcoal Roasted Opening Their Second Bukit Batok Outlet On May 31 With Old-School Shi Quan Duck, Char Siew & More!

Looking for some scrumptious roasted meats? Well, Ding Jian Hong Kong Style Charcoal Roasted is just the spot to head to! Drawing snaking long queues for their unique Roasted Dang Gui Duck, they are now serving up their all-new Shi Quan Duck which is a definite must-try as well! Offering other amazing roasted meats like Roasted Pork and Char Siew, it is a treasure trove for all you meat lovers! Not only that, all you Westies can now rejoice as they are opening their second Bukit Batok outlet on May 31!

Ding Jian Charcoal Roasted Opening Second Outlet At Bukit Batok!

Established in November 2020, Ding Jian Hong Kong Style Charcoal Roasted has been drawing crowds since for their popular Dang Gui Duck and roasted meats. However, their newest Shi Quan Duck is definitely the dish to look out for as they are the only stall in Singapore serving it in coffeeshops!

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This amazing dish, also known as Ten Wonders Duck, uses ten types of herbs, strengthening your health and immunity! Using their own secret recipe. the duck is stuffed with the ten herbs and charcoal-roasted for over an hour, cooking it to utter perfection!

The 1st And Only Coffeeshop Stall Serving Shi Quan Duck!

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Photo: Singapore Foodie

For the Shi Quan Duck, the meat is tender, juicy, and full of flavour! As there isn’t much gaminess to the meat, it makes it really palatable as well. As for the sauce, it is incredibly sweet and herbally, with a prominent sourness that’s reminiscent of sour plum powder. The sauce is so tasty, you can even have it as a soup! The dish is made with their grandmother’s recipe, bringing back a taste of home with a harmonious blend of flavours that simply leaves you wanting more! Considering you can only find this dish at restaurants, and for the quality you’re getting here, Ding Jian’s is definitely a must-try! 

More Scrumptious Roasted Meats To Enjoy!

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Moving on to one of their signatures, the Dang Gui Duck uses Dang Gui, the Angelica herb, known for enriching the blood, promoting blood circulation, and improving immunity and digestion! The duck is prepared for eight hours, giving you an amazing balance of herbal-ness and sweetness, with it having a pleasantly sweet aftertaste! For those who enjoy herbal flavours, however, the Shi Quan Duck would be the recommended choice as it has more herbal- ness to it. Nonetheless, the Dang Gui Duck is certainly still a tasty dish worth giving a try!

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Image: Singapore Foodie

One of the other must-try dishes is definitely their Char Siew! It has the perfect amount of fats that melt beautifully in your mouth, while the meat is seriously tender. Just the sheer sight of it will have your mouth watering! Elevating it further are the amazing charred ends, the essence of any good char siew. They are incredibly crispy while adding a delightful smokiness to the pork! Additionally, it adds balance to the sweetness and savouriness of the char siew, making every slice simply divine!

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Photo: Singapore Foodie

Last but not least is the Roast Pork, which is charcoal roasted for over three hours. The result is a crispy and succulent pork belly with the most amazing smokiness! The charcoal flavour is incredibly prominent in this dish, making it stand out from other roast porks. Not only that, it has the perfect fat-to-lean ratio, making every bite super shiok! Be sure to dip it into the chilli for an extra kick of spice and tang and for a harmonious balance of flavours as well! 

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Hurry Try Ding Jian Hong Kong Style Charcoal Roasted!

As Ding Jian will be opening their newest outlet at Bukit Batok on May 31, they will be having an opening promotion on their Three Combination Meat Dish! Enjoy a delectable plate of Shi Quan Duck, Roast Pork, and Char Siew served with rice for only $6! Do note this promotion is only available till June 14 so hurry down while the offer still stands!

Address: 279 Bukit Batok East Avenue 3, Mei De Coffeeshop,  Singapore 650279

Operating Hours: Daily, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

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