Located in Bangsar Village, Village Roast Duck specialises in roast duck (you'd never have guessed...!). Anyway, its on the second floor and looks like this.
Overall - No complaints! 3.5. / 5
Our starter was the honey glazed chicken wings RM 15 (approx $5) but actually came last of all our dishes.
Overall - Big, chunky wings with a nice glaze 3.5 / 5
We certainly weren't going to come to a restaurant with called Roast Duck without actually ordering some. After a bit of a husband and wife battle over Beijing style roast duck vs crispy aromatic duck, a victory due to my persistence led to this arriving on our table:
RM30 (approx $10) for half a duck, pancakes, spring onions and cucumber was pretty good value. The duck meat itself was crispy on the outside but was still juicy enough on the inside to satisfy Erin, who often points out that crispy duck can be too dry, hence her preference for the Beijing style.
Overall - What we came for, and it didn't disappoint - 4 / 5
Village Roast Duck has a few rivals in Bangasr, with Paradise Dynasty and Melbourne Roast Duck offering very similar things but VRD certainly holds its own with its signature dish. My only gripe with the place is that it lacks a bit of soul, it's quite a small, pokey place with little in the way of decorations.
No complaints about the food though!