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Juewei-King of Braise Menu Singapore With Prices List
Signature Mala 招牌麻辣
Indulge in their tantalizing selection of Mala delights, from the spicy Mala Duck Wing to the zesty Mala Oyster Mushroom. With prices starting at just S$5.50, relish the intense flavors of their signature dishes, like the Spicy Pig Trotters and Mala Lotus Root.
Five Spice – Non Spicy
Special Flavour 特别风味
Their menu boasts an array of tantalizing dishes that will leave you craving for more. From the zesty Sour & Spicy Chicken Claw and Acar Selada to the flavorful Sweet & Spicy Duck Neck and Duck Wing, each bite is a burst of heavenly flavors. Don’t miss their must-try Sliced Beef Chilli Sauce and mouthwatering Steam Chicken With Szechuan Chili Sauce.
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Where is Juewei from?
Well, let me tell you that its main headquarters can be found in Changsha, Hunan. This company has certainly made its mark globally with a whopping 10,000 stores across the world as of 2021. And here’s something interesting – their specialty food is none other than delicious duck neck! Quite a unique and mouthwatering offering, don’t you think?
How many branches does Juewei-King Of Braise have in Singapore?
Chinese light snack shop of braised duck in Singapore, Juewei, has a network of 19 locations to choose from, including one within Lot One Shoppers’ Mall (21 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4).
Is Juewei-King Of Braise halal?
Juewei-King Of Braise’s halal status is a matter of debate and personal interpretation. Some believe it is halal, while others do not. It is up to each individual to decide for themselves.
Does Juewei-King Of Braise accept credit cards?
Yes! Juewei-King Of Braise accepts credit cards.
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