Where to Find the Best Peking Duck in Singapore
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Where to Find the Best Peking Duck in Singapore

Peking duck is cherished not only for its delicious flavour but also for its cultural significance as a symbol of prosperity and festivity in Chinese cuisine. But for many Singaporeans, eating it doesn’t require a special occasion. 

That’s why this guide takes you to the best Peking duck in Singapore to make your tastebuds waddle in pleasure.

TungLok Peking Duck

Address: Velocity@Novena Square#02-11/12, 238 Thomson Rd, Singapore 307683 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6569922777

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–3 PM and 5.30–10 PM

Price: $$


TungLok Peking Duck is Singapore’s pioneer in serving London duck prepared in the traditional Peking style. Sourced from Ireland’s Silver Hill Farm, this premium duck undergoes a three-day curing process and precise roasting.

The restaurant’s rendition features substantial slices of duck breast and tender thigh meat. We found it’s best enjoyed dipped in the uniquely sweet blueberry sauce that comes with it.

Pro-tip: The place can get quite popular especially during and near CNY festivities so reserve early.

Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck

Address: Floor 5 Paragon Shopping Centre, 290 Orchard Rd, #05 – 42 / 45, Singapore 238859 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6567327838

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–2.45 PM and 6–10 PM

Price: $$


Imperial Treasure’s Peking duck distinguishes itself with its light, flavourful, waxy skin and meat-filled pancake rolls. 

The Peking duck here features meat attached to the skin. Despite being leaner, it offers a milder duck flavour, which could be preferable to some. 

The tender meat and overall quality make it a satisfying dish, served with standard accompaniments like spring onions and cucumbers.

Pro-tip: You can have your leftover duck meat cooked with noodles!

Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant 

Address: Floor B1 and 3 Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, 320 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238865 (Google Maps) 

Contact: +6568314605

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–3 PM and 6–10 PM

Price: $$$


Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant boasts a luxurious interior reminiscent of high-end Chinese dining, complete with round tables, Oriental chairs, and walls adorned with elegant calligraphy. 

Its whole Peking duck is big enough for a group of three to four diners! The dish impressed us with its flavourful sauce, crispy skin, and generous portions. 

Additionally, diners can choose to have the remaining duck meat fried with noodles or simply served chopped.

Pro-tip: Reservations are a must if you want to secure a dining spot here.

Hai Tien Lo

Address: Floor 3, Pan Pacific, 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6568268240

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–2.30 PM and 6–10 PM

Price: $$$


At Hai Tien Lo, you can indulge in East-meets-West Peking duck adorned with luxurious black caviar alongside traditional condiments like crepe skin, cucumber, and hoisin sauce.

We were sceptical at first but discovered that the added avocado adds creaminess while the beancurd skin offers a crisp crunch to the duck. They elevated the dish’s texture.

Expertly carved table-side, the duck delivers a crispy yet light meat with a melt-in-your-mouth texture and a thin layer of juicy fat. 

Pro-tip: Another must-try here is the unique siew mai (dumpling) with truffle where the truffle enhances the flavour impeccably.

Si Chuan Dou Hua 

Address: 80 Raffles Place #60-01, #1 UOB Plaza, Singapore 048624 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6565356006

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–2.30 PM and 6.30–10.30 PM

Price: $$$ 


Si Chuan Dou Hua, renowned for its high-quality Sichuan and Cantonese delicacies, offers a must-try centrepiece meal by way of the Peking duck. 

We like to savour the thin, crisp amber-coloured duck skin rolled inside a thin pancake with seaweed, cucumber strips, fresh spring onions, and homemade sweet sauce. What’s great is you can choose between regular and green spinach-flavoured pancakes for an added twist!

Pro-tip: The Peking duck has been known to be sold out by dinnertime, so best to reserve it in advance.

Mott 32 Singapore

Address: Floor B1, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Ave, B1 – 42 / 41 Galleria Level, Singapore 018956 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6566889922

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–3.30 PM and 5–11 PM

Price: $$$


At Mott 32, you can experience contemporary Cantonese cuisine against decor that blends New York industrial chic with classical Chinese décor, accented by lush tropical greenery.  

A highlight is the feature wall showcasing the room where ducks are air-dried in a custom-made fridge, offering a glimpse into the kitchen’s bustling activity (don’t worry; the staff can’t see you drooling over the ducks!). 

We love its signature crispy sugar-coated Peking duck bun. This unique rendition is filled with bits of Peking duck in a sweet char-siew marinade and served in an inky black bun made with charcoal.

Pro-tip: Don’t miss the truffle siew mai with quail egg. It’s incredibly moist, and the yolk of the egg oozes like lava.

Tham’s Roasted Delights at Food Haus

Address: 421 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, Singapore 560421 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6592727997

Hours: Daily, 6 AM–3 AM

Price: $$


Food Haus is Singapore’s sole kopitiam offering black truffle roast duck, priced at just S$55 for a whole duck and S$28 for half. Available at Tham’s Roasted Delights, the stall is managed by a former chef from Imperial Treasure and Crystal Jade. 

The duck is coated in a genuine black truffle paste before roasting, resulting in crisp, fatty skin. We hardly picked at it, but it effortlessly separated from the tender, juicy meat underneath!

Pro-tip: Only around 30 ducks are available daily, so make sure to stop by right after lunch if you want to secure a portion.

Kai Duck

Address: 391 Orchard Rd, #05-10/11 Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238872 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562355419

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–3 PM and 5.45–10 PM

Price: $$


Kai Duck restaurant boasts a contemporary-retro chic interior with a refined touch. Its concept decidedly leans towards casual dining with accessible prices.

A must-try here is the signature Peking duck at less than S$70, one of the most reasonably priced options in town. It features crispy skin, white crepe, crispy corn, and piquant black sauce. 

Although half Peking duck isn’t available to order, you can still enjoy other variations like the crispy bun with sliced Peking duck featuring cream cheese within the mantou bun.

Pro-tip: Feeling adventurous? The duck feet dish is incredibly tasty with fewer bones and wrapped inside bean curd with yam and mushroom pieces.

Forbidden Duck

Address: 8A Marina Blvd, #02 – 02, Singapore 018984 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6565098767

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–3 PM and 6–10 PM

Price: $$$


Forbidden Duck is helmed by the famous Alvin Leung. This Cantonese restaurant is renowned for its top-notch Peking duck dishes and dim sum.

Here, you can enjoy the duck in two ways: the classic Forbidden Duck or the signature slow-roasted duck. 

The former features thin, crispy skin over succulent meat and the latter is slow-cooked to preserve natural flavour and juiciness, then roasted for crispy, seared skin and tender meat.

Pro-tip: The signature yuzu (East Asian citrus) egg tarts need to be reserved in advance.

Jiang-Nan Chun

Address: Floor 3, Four Seasons Hotel, 190 Orchard Blvd, Singapore 248646 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6568317220

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–2.30 PM and 6–10.30 PM

Price: $$$


Jiang-Nan Chun is a gorgeously decorated Cantonese restaurant inspired by the paradise-like region of southern China. Its signature dish is the Peking duck roasted in a mesquite wood-fired oven and served with caviar.

Opulent? Yes, but it’s a treat-yourself dish that pleases all the senses.

The captivating aroma of the Peking duck is achieved through 14 hours of roasting! You can enjoy the crispy skin on its own, enhanced with a touch of sugar and a generous caviar serving.

Pro-tip: The duck is best shared by at least three people, as it’s too big a portion for just two diners.

Min Jiang at Dempsey

Address: 7A &, 7B Dempsey Rd, Singapore 249684 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6567740122

Hours: Daily, 1130 AM–2.30 PM and 6.30–10.30 PM

Price: $$$


Min Jiang’s modern Asian interior perfectly reflects its culinary philosophy: it blends heritage flavours with contemporary twists. 

Its Legendary Wood-Fired Beijing Duck is its must-have. It features top-quality ducks from Silver Hill Farm in Ireland which are roasted to perfection over applewood. The chef will carve it tableside to showcase its crackling golden skin and succulent meat.

Pro-tip: Min Jiang is also open to hosting intimate weddings and dinner parties.

Hua Ting

Address: Floor 2, Orchard Hotel Singapore, Level 2, 442 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238879 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6567396666

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–2.30 PM and 6–10 PM

Price: $$$


Hua Ting Restaurant specialises in classic and modern Cantonese cuisine. Its notable dishes include the smoked Peking duck infused with fermented tea and yuzu sauce and the Hua Ting signature crispy roasted duck.

The perfectly rendered duck fat creates a crisp, caramelised skin while keeping the meat succulent and tender. The smokiness adds an alluring fragrance and earthiness, especially when eaten freshly carved.

Pro-tip: Parking is complimentary for diners!