Roast Duck Rice @ Everyday Food Court, Puchong
When having dinner together one night recently, a close friend of mine AhJames mentioned to me that Everyday Food Court‘s Roast Duck Rice is quite good. Heeding his recommendation, I purposely dropped by Puchong one day for lunch at the said food court even though my office was located at Cyberjaya. This food court was one of my favorite places to have dinner when I was still a undergraduate in MMU.
I specifically ordered for roast duck drumstick but was given a normal plate @ RM4 instead. Ah well, never mind.
The roast duck meat was lean but was quite fatty under the skin. Taste wise it was not bad at all, nothing to complain about.
Then I tried the Roselle drink, which is basically a type of Hibiscus drink and its calyxes (the flower shaped things) are edible too. If you are wondering, the calyxes have a very crunchy texture and tastes sweet.
It’s a nice drink actually and its marketed as a health promoting drink. You should give it a try but do note that it wasn’t exactly cheap, around RM2.50 if not mistaken.
Everyday Food Court is located just opposite Tesco Puchong. The stall selling the Hong Kong styled roast meat/chicken/duck stall is called ‘Wan Li Xiang’. Some other recommended food here are Sarawak Handmade Noodle and Taufu Fa (night only).
Wan Li Xiang Roast Duck Rice
Everyday Food Court (opposite Tesco)
Pusat Bandar Puchong
GPS Coordinates: N3 2.276 E101 37.097
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