Crab Corner & Heavenly Duck Corner.. . Father’s Day is just a few weeks away and have you planned a surprise for your dad yet? If yo...

Crab Corner & Heavenly Duck Corner: Treat Your Dad to a Sumptuous Chinese Feast this Father's Day

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Crab Corner & Heavenly Duck Corner...

Father’s Day is just a few weeks away and have you planned a surprise for your dad yet? If you haven’t, you might be interested in this article, especially so if you are residing in the West. Nestled in the extreme West of Singapore, Crab Corner & Heavenly Duck Corner is a dual restaurant that offers an extensive range of affordable Chinese delights bound to tantalise your taste buds. You can satisfy both your cravings for crabs (Crab Corner) and authentic Hong Kong cuisines (Heavenly Duck Corner) under the same roof. So, surprise your dad with a sumptuous spread of Chinese dishes at Crab Corner & Heavenly Duck Corner this Father's Day!

Your dad will definitely be happy and impressed with the food at Crab Corner & Heavenly Duck Corner. The Executive Chef has a strong and rich culinary background in Hong Kong, and that explains why the dishes here are top-notch. My tummy was very satisfied and I believe you will too!






Four Heavenly Kings Platter // $48
When you can’t decide which to order, just go for the platter because you get to try everything. Honestly, the Four Heavenly Kings Platter is really very value-for-money! At only $48, you get to sample Roasted Duck, Char Siew, Pork Belly and Roasted Chicken. Since its Father’s Day, you should surprise your dad with this platter. Trust me, he will be very impressed. It’s really hard to pick a favourite because every meat was so delicious. If I had to choose two, I would pick the Pork Belly and Char Siew. The Pork Belly was very crispy and it was not oily. Its inner layer was soft, juicy and tender. The Char Siew was well-marinated and flavourful. The sauce wasn’t too sweet and it complemented the Char Siew very well. This platter is a MUST TO ORDER!

Honey Sauce Pork Ribs // $14.80 (S) & $20.80 (M) & $26.80 (L)
The picture tells you everything. Just look at the glossy glaze on the pork ribs and you know it is going to blow your mind away. The pork ribs had a subtle tangy flavour and it wasn’t too sweet. The meat wasn’t too tough or too soft, and it was very flavourful. Definitely goes very well with a bowl of rice, or maybe two!

Claypot Curry Fish Head // $26.80
You can easily eat two bowls of rice with the curry sauce alone. It was very addictive! The curry was aromatic and flavourful. On the other hand, the fish head wasn’t overcooked – the meat wasn’t too tough or too soft. It also has this natural sweetness which goes well with the curry! 

Claypot Chilli Crab // Seasonal Price
If you prefer your Chilli Crab sauce to be a little too watery, you will love this version of Chilli Crab. Even though it was fragrant and flavourful, I found the sauce to be too watery for my liking. Perhaps watery because of the fried mantou? The crab was fresh and the meat falls easily from its shell. 

Stir Fried Mushroom Fish Maw with Broccoli // $10.80 (S) & $15.80 (M) & $18.80 (L)
I was glad that the sauce wasn’t too starchy or sticky. The mushroom and broccoli wasn’t overcooked.


Prawn with Cereal Flakes // $14.80 (S) $20.80 (M) & $26.80 (L)
They were very generous with the portion of prawns they gave. The only thing I thought could be improved was the crispiness of the cereal flakes. If it was crispier, I would have love this dish even more since it was already fragrant and flavourful.




Nearest Mrt Station: Joo Koon
Location: 1 Joo Koon Circle #03-26, Singapore 629116
What To Order: Four Heavenly Kings Platter, Claypot Fish Head & Pork Ribs
Restaurant Rating: 3/5
Food Ratings: 8/10

Written by: Yong Wei Kai (Follow me on Instagram @yongweikai or @sgcafehopping)


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