If you’re on the hunt for a gastronomic experience that will leave your taste buds tingling with delight, look no further than Yao Yao Sauerkraut Fish, nestled in the heart of Singapore, offering a culinary adventure like no other. We recently embarked on a journey to Yao Yao and had the pleasure of indulging in their famed Sauerkraut Fish and Peking Duck combo meal, so here’s the lowdown on our delightful food escapade!
The Feast Begins: Sauerkraut Fish and Peking Duck Combo
At a reasonable $98 for a meal designed for three, we couldn’t resist the temptation of Yao Yao’s famous combo meal, which included a generously portioned plate of Sauerkraut Fish and a garlicky Sichuan pepper-infused Peking Duck made from the duck’s bones, complemented by poached cai xin with crispy whitebait and three bowls of red bean cold jelly for dessert.
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Bonus Treat: XXL Crispy You Tiao Fried Fritters
As if our feast wasn’t already ample, we decided to throw in a plate of XXL crispy you tiao fried fritters. These fritters were so colossal that they rivaled the length of our forearms! At a mere $5, it was a steal of an addition to our meal.
Sauerkraut Fish: Silky, Meaty, and Oh-So-Delicious
The Sauerkraut Fish slices were a revelation, being silky and meaty, with a generous quantity that was enough to satisfy even the heartiest of appetites, and the soup was a culinary masterpiece—fragrant and pepperish, courtesy of an abundance of peppercorns, yet not overwhelmingly spicy, pairing perfectly with rice, with the pièce de résistance being dipping the chunky you tiao fried fritters into the soup—an experience that was heavenly and out-of-this-world yummilicious!
Peking Duck: A Marvel in Its Own Right
The Peking Duck was no less impressive, with the skin being a crispy delight, and the flesh beneath was tender and brimming with rich flavors, and wrapping it together with julienne cucumber and rock melon, along with Yao Yao’s aromatic sauce, was a journey through taste and texture that was nothing short of amazing, with the inclusion of rock melon slices adding a unique twist that added a refreshing touch to the dish.
Overall Verdict: A Feast Fit for Foodies
Our experience at Yao Yao was nothing short of fantastic, with the exceptional service matching the quality of the food, creating an all-encompassing dining adventure that left us in culinary ecstasy. If you’re looking for a foodie’s dream come true, head to Yao Yao Sauerkraut Fish and savor their delectable Sauerkraut Fish and Peking Duck, and you won’t be disappointed!
YAO YAO 姚姚酸菜鱼 Opening Hours and Location
11:30 am – 2 pm, 5pm – 9 pm Daily
Address: 1 HarbourFront Walk, #02-145/146, Singapore 098585