12 Aug '17, 11am
Sean Kee Duck Rice – Braise Yourself For a Deep, Duck Secret https://t.co/WJiIoyMkte
Despite their manly and tough countenance, the trio is actually very friendly and rather comical. Albert told me that the recipe for their duck rice was passed down from their father who first started the stall in 1979! Their father has retired, and the 3 brothers have since taken over the stall. The brothers get up at 5am every day to prepare all the ingredients by hand – from braising the eggs to whipping up the chilli. And, they only open their stall at 11am! The duck used is brought in fresh daily, so you be sure that you’re savouring only the freshest here. They also serve braised peanuts, tofu, braised eggs, duck innards and even handmade fishcakes. They told me that it’s a lot of hard work but their dedication and diligence have not gone unnoticed by their loyal customers. You can order a regular plate of duck rice, which comes with soup and chilli, for $5. I’d reco...