Duckland - Irish Duck Ramen

Hey friends!

I've just tried Duckland for the first time! I know it has been around for quite some time...

This Tung Lok restaurant has a light-hearted, humorous vibe to it. Staff wear cute cheery shirts with funny quotes.  You know some millennial was behind the marketing and concept. (Nathan Hartono? Haha)

They have a really creative menu of fusion food featuring duck. 

 Enjoy duck in a variety of styles - Chinese salted duck soup, fried duck tongue, in a Western pie, Italian pasta, and even Japanese ramen or donburi. It was a surprising and delightful menu that would excite the curious eater. 

Long Long Long Spicy Spring Rolls, Western/Italian option of a cheese baked minced pork and cabbage dumpling.

How about a duck minced pie?

Waffles? Sign me up please.

Even the drinks sound interesting. Maybe I'll try 'Duckland Sling' and 'Pineapple Pandan Lemongrass' next time! They serve alcoholic beverages and even a chocolate whiskey cake with ice cream.

Click here to check out their Menu.

We went for the Irish Duck Ramen ($14.80 before GST) because it was a rather rainy and blustery day. The menu describes it as "Springy noodles submerged in 6-hour duck bone broth. Topped with roast Irish duck slices, 3-day marinated ramen egg, bamboo shoots, spring onions, seaweed and sesame seeds."

Why Irish? Because Duckland uses ducks from Ireland. The Irish Duck is a cultivate hybrid of the Peking Duck and the Aylesbury Duck.

We didn't have much expectations - all we knew was it likely not going to taste like the standard Japanese ramen, and maybe taste more like a Chinese kind of soup. I thought that the soup might taste something like Ding Tai Fung's ramen soup.

To our surprise, the soup was a very silky, collagen like kind of soup. Wow!

It is not as salty as the usual Japanese ramen flavour, which was fine because I found it absolutely delicious. I was tempted to add some kind of chilli condiment to it but refrained from doing so. Slurped up every bit!

There was a good portion of duck with crispy skin and the noodles were springy as promised. The oozy ramen egg was also the cherry on top! I usually find bamboo shoots kind of 'smelly' and avoid them, but these were fine.

I definitely enjoyed this bowl of noodles and that's why it's here on this blog~

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I'm going to be heading back to try their weekday set lunch menu, or other dishes like Duck Fat Fries and Crisp Fried Duck Sticks, so watch put for a part two of this post!

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