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South Bay Parc Hong Kong Duck and Juice

CYL | Dec 12, 200403:42 PM

For the past two weekends, I have been going to the Parc Hong Kong in Sunnyvale for their weekend roast duck special at 7.99 for a whole roast duck. Their weekend special actually features a choice of either a roast duck or a braised duck (lo sui opp). Yimster had written favorably about the braised duck in a previous posting. Yesterday, I resisted the roast duck, opted for a change of pace, and got the braised duck which I had not tried before. I had always in the past gone in the direction of the roast duck due to its attractive appearance and because it was a familiar entity. I was happy with my choice in that the braised duck was found to be absolutely delicious – tasty, tender, juicy, meaty, etc..

On top of it all, I bought along my usual plastic container. I asked the man if I could have some duck juice and waited patiently to see what would happen. The nice man unhesitatingly filled my container with juice (from his roast duck juice reserve) three quarters full. A later measuring at home measured out to be exactly 1 1/2 cups or 10 ounces worth. I made out on ducks and juice three weeks in a row! The outlook for duck broth yee foo won ton or duck broth dumpling at home in the future continues to be excellent!

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