Kedai Masakan Itik Taika Huat
Located in the middle of a small housing area, this stall has been in operation since the 1970s and is now being run by the family’s second and third generation. Famous among the locals, you can find the walls of the stall covered with newspaper articles featuring their food, which says a lot about how good they are.
Braised for several hours, the duck meat at Taika Huat is wonderfully tender and juicy. Have it with a bowl of kueh-tiaw noodles (swimming in yummy braising liquid from the duck) or rice and make sure to order duck for one less than the number of people you’re eating with. This is so that you can fit in all of the other fantastic side dishes such as braised tofu, beancurd and their special slow cooked fermented veggies. Yum!
Getting here: Taika Huat is located along Jalan Kilang Nenas (8 1/2 Mile, Jalan Skudai, 81300) near the Lee Pineapple Factory and SJK Kuo Kuang school. Look for a row of shops and veer towards the one with the Malaysian flag sticking out the front of the stall.
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