LONDON FAT DUCK, SCOTTS SQUARE, SINGAPORE

LONDON FAT DUCK, SCOTTS SQUARE, SINGAPORE

We had a very enjoyable afternoon dinning, visiting and shopping at Orchard Road, Singapore.We bought some yummy durian cake at Goodwood Park Hotel, and passed it to my daughter’s waiting car to take home. We then walked to the nearby Scotts Square to have lunch at London Fat Duck in the basement floor. The queue was an hour; my sister took the number before our arrival.   The duck was imported from Ireland, rather than London or England. The cooking was certainly done by the cooks in the restaurant..Customer turnover was fast, for the tables were limited. The duck was fat and juicy; the best was the pepper duck-meat buns; roasted pork dishes were just ordinary. I don’t think it’s worthy of the long wait, just buy take away pepper bun to eat in nearby cafe, and maybe duck meat. .After our heavy lunch, we walked to Aeon for the Art exhibition by trio Choo family. We then took a bus to renovated Capitol Theatre, and was surprised by the beautiful underground citiy and the shops and restaurants. We had hand-drip coffee and shared a double pancake in a Japanese café; very comfortable seats and ambience.

6 thoughts on “LONDON FAT DUCK, SCOTTS SQUARE, SINGAPORE

  1. aussieian2011

    Great pictures and commentary, that Duck looks exceptional, I have never tasted Duck as you illustrate, I saw a documentary once in the preparation of a Peking Duck, apparently air is blown under the skin for some reason I’m not sure.
    Would love to taste an original Duck prepared in it’s traditional manner.
    Enjoyed your post.
    Regards.

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