Sunday, May 1, 2016

Good Good Duck, Leong Hup & Long Kee Roast Duck Trucks

Get your ducks in a row, on the go: Here's one fowl move we can get behind - a food truck that dabbles in Cantonese roast duck & smoked duck, glistening irresistibly on the hooks, from 1pm to 7pm everyday on a Sri Petaling roadside, at RM26 for half a whole roast duck & RM31 for half of the smoked. The good news is, the folks behind Good Good Duck are no quacks.

Between this duo of ducks, our allegiance rests with the roast - terrifically fleshy, satisfyingly tender & sufficiently flavoursome. The smoked duck conveys a more distinctive, sweeter taste, but while it's equally juicy, it has a bit less meat to sink your teeth into, so the choice might be a toss-up based on personal preferences. Enjoy either, or both, with a bottle of Merlot.

Good Good Duck
Hunt them down along Jalan Merah Silu, Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur.








Leong Hup & Long Kee are two roast duck trucks that operate barely 100 metres from each other on OUG's Jalan Awan Besar - the former claims a history that stretches back over three decades to 1982. Its duck is pricier at RM60 for a whole serving (versus RM53 at Long Kee). Leong Hup's duck has noticeable herbal nuances, while Long Kee's (offered in either original roast or crispy-roast) is more savoury, so it may be a toss-up based on preference. Personally, we'd probably pick Leong Hup.

Leong Hup Roast Duck, 3pm-6pm (off on some Wednesdays). Tel: 012-205-8266
Long Kee Roast Duck, 3pm-7pm (off on two days a months). Tel: 012-6195-601
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10 comments:

  1. Roast duck is probably one of my fav meat to go :) but to take out (or tapao) never cross my mind unless I have potluck to attend

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    1. Leo: ooo, for me, it's different - I always associate roast duck with bring-back-home meals, cos when I was a teenager, my family would tapao roast duck for dinner once a week :)

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  2. I love roast duck! I will have roast duck rice at least once a week. Even during the days working in Assen, haha.

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    1. CK: waaaahhh ... I rarely have roast duck nowadays, unfortunately! Maybe only once a month at the most. But I do love it too .... :)

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  3. Oh my!!! You are killing me!!! I like the colour of the Good Good Duck. Wowwwww!!! All the boxes piled up, ready to go. Enjoying bustling business, that's for sure.

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    1. Suituapui: yeah, my favourite would have to be Good Good Duck too ... it lives up to its name! :D

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  4. Oh my, glorious looking ducks! From the looks, I'd go with the first one...that's cut more thickly and looks juicy. The last one looks a bit on the dry side. I've seen these kind of trucks (many!) along a road on the way to Cheras Leisuremall. Wonder if they're any good...have you tried any of those?

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    1. Contact.ewew: i was very pleasantly surprised by Good Good Duck - its fleshiness is a total plus point! :) ooo, i very rarely drive along cheras leisure mall :)

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  5. I like the beautiful amber hue of the duck skin of Good Good Duck, so tempting!

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    1. Choi Yen: i was pleasantly surprised by good good duck too! :D

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