Qi Chiong Gai Salted Duck @ Petaling Street,Kuala Lumpur

Petaling Street, a place I always tend to avoid especially during night time. I really hate this place as it’s always crowded and always got people buggering me to buy things from them, sigh.I however visited this place during early April while waiting my bus to depart at Puduraya, in fact the next few post will be foods in Petaling Street.

During my venture here, I had bump into this small stall, and was really interested by the stall name – Sze Ngan Chye (four eyed guy in English, also refer to someone who wear spectacles), but I did not notice anyone working there wearing spectacles though, hm….

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By the way, they are not selling the normal roasted duck, instead they are selling salted duck! Well, salted chicken I heard before la, and I especially love those from Ipoh, which is just plain awesome. Well, after some reading, I only read from the sign board there that stated they are the only shop selling it, without any branch elsewhere, no wonder I never saw it at other place la.

I decided to give them a try too since I miss the salted chicken from Ipoh. Well, I know both is different thing la, 1 is chicken 1 is duck, 1 is steamed 1 is roasted, but I want to try ma, just need some excuse. :p

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I was told to come back after 20 minutes when I order though. Wah fark, chop chop duck also need 20 minutes? Besides, there ain’t much customers waiting also, but since I still got time, I go walk around lo. BUT, when I come back after 20 minutes, this is what I saw! Man, the crowd is crazy eh.

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The salted duck is quite good, but it’s a bit more salty if you compare to salted chicken especially the 1st bite. However, the skin is very crispy and it’s very juicy compare to normal roasted duck which is usually drier. For me, it’s really a nice snack for me when I slowly eat it while enjoying my movies. Oh, I can also slowly chew the bones too! 😀 7.8/10

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However, I do find that the sauce given will make the duck way way way too salty. Hence I am not eating it.

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PS: From what I read from some blog, it seems the Duck Feet Roll here is awesome too, pity I did not try it when I was there, sigh.

Total Damage: RM21 for 1/2 duck

Operating Hours: 6 AM to 3 PM

Location: Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur

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4 thoughts on “Qi Chiong Gai Salted Duck @ Petaling Street,Kuala Lumpur

  1. This stall has been around for quite a long time already. It is very famous and hence, the large crowd. I was told that the ducks are sold out quite fast.

  2. this duck is amazing. I live in PJ but travel to KL just for this. If you try and buy it for tuan yuan fan on CNY eve you have to go there before the crack of dawn! I miss it so much I want to eat it now!

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