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Hawker Review: Heng Gi Goose and Duck Rice

Tucked away at the corner of Tekka Centre is Heng Gi Goose and Duck Rice. Tekka Centre is often known for its Indian street food (which we will cover in due course), as well as the famous 545 Whampoa Prawn Noodles. Nevertheless, Heng Gi Goose and Duck Rice has been around for more than 60 years. 

Heng Gi has its origins at Ah Heng Duck Rice by Uncle Yang. Uncle Yang  started to braising duck and goose from his parents since young. Uncle Yang now runs a stall at Hong Lim called Ah Heng Duck Rice, while his initial team of disciples went to to set up Heng Gi Goose and Duck Rice at Tekka Centre. Due to the ban on the sales of geese in Singapore, Heng Gi continued to retain its sign board but now only sells duck and duck parts. The Tropika Club team made a trip to Heng Gi for some delicious duck. Read our review below.


  1. The Secret is in the Sauce
  2. All Ducks and No Geese



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