Duck are best eaten as Roast Duck or Teochew Stewed Duck or Eight Treasure Duck. As a soup, most restaurant will sell Duck with salted vegetable (Ham Choy) but not using Dang Gui.
I have a little doubt on how this Herbal Dang Gui Duck Glass Noodle/ Rice Vermicelli will turnout and taste. The first slurp of the soup gives out a truly warm feeling. If this soup is taken during the cooler weather, it will definitely be a real comfort food.
With a generous amount of herbs used, the aroma of the soup was very strong and flavourful. Although this dish is served with Glass Noodle or Rice Vermicelli, we have opted for the soup alone. I believe this soup will be best eaten accompanied with pluffy white rice instead. The price for a bowl of this dish is RM13.80.
Another soupy version is the one from Bidor, Ipoh. Duck drumstick noodles, the use of herbs are pale in comparison with the one I eaten here.