This Halal-Certified Stall At Amoy Street Food Centre Serves Awesome Hokkien Braised Duck!

To all our Muslim friends out there, I’m sure you’ve been looking for restaurants and stalls that serve Halal braised ducks. Well, look no further! Kin Men Seng Heng, a newly Halal-certified stall at Amoy Street Food Centre is one of the first stalls to be Halal whilst serving traditional Hokkien Braised Duck. At Kin Men Seng Heng, you can finally satisfy your braised duck cravings at this stall!

Succulent Braised Duck At Amoy Street Food Centre

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The stall is named “Kin Men Seng Heng”. “Kin Men” is to pay homage to the owner’s grandfather’s birthplace, Kin Men Island in Taiwan. Also, “Seng Heng” is a Hokkien fusion of “seng gong” which means success and “heng heng” which means lucky. This stall is rich in history, and you can definitely taste it in their dishes. This stall is now run by a thirst generation hawker who happens to be the grandson of the original owner!

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This likely is the very first Halal Hokkien braised duck, as not many stalls have taken the effort to convert their recipes. But at Kin Men Seng Heng, they have made the change while keeping their authentic flavours and herbaceous broth. However, you will find a refreshing change in their options to customize your dish!

Amazing Braised Duck With Different Toppings

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Despite the relatively affordable prices, you definitely get more than your money’s worth! They braised their duck for hours with other toppings that you may find in their set. This includes their boiled egg, tau kwa, and tau pok. Also, they have a variety of options in terms of carbs! You can choose between rice, yellow noodles or kway teow. Every part of this dish has hints of herbaceous and heady broth.

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The Hokkien Braised Duck Set ($6.00) is beyond satisfying. The duck is flavoured nicely with the spices and herbs after braising for hours. It has completely absorbed the broth’s flavour into every fibre of the meat. The add-ons give this dish needed depth, the tau kwa soaks the broth, and the tau pok is nice and tender. Even the egg is creamy and delicious! We recommend getting the kway teow as the carbs as it absorbs all the sauce nicely. Overall, this is a hardy dish that’ll surely satisfy your cravings!

Head Down To Kin Men Seng Heng Today!

Do note that lines can get very long once it hits 11pm. They also will close earlier should they run out of braised duck. We suggest coming at 10am to get their dish fresh and beat the long queue! Hurry down today!

Address: Amoy Street Food Centre #02-133, 7 Maxwell Rd, Singapore 069111

Operating Hours: Daily except on Sat, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

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