Singapore’s Master Wang is unlike any other Chinese restaurant in the city. Brought to you by none other than Master Wang himself, this restaurant specialises in la mian, a type of Chinese noodles that are hand-stretched to perfection before being cooked in an array of broths. Master Wang’s chefs have perfected the noodles and have earned the restaurant a massive following among the city-state’s foodies. Located on Yishun Avenue, this Chinese restaurant offers several different flavours of la mien to sink your teeth into. If you haven’t made it to Master Wang yet, we encourage you to do so.
Master Wang’s la mien noodles stand out because the chefs here offer four different varieties – spinach, carrot, pumpkin and original. Each type of noodle at this restaurant in Singapore’s Yishun has its own distinct colour, and you can choose whichever one you prefer for your bowl. You can even have Master Wang’s legendary rainbow la mian, a bowl of ramen that incorporates all four noodle styles. It may look too beautiful to eat, but you definitely won’t regret digging in!
Whether you opt for Master Wang’s signature braised pork ramen or you decide on something completely different altogether, we’re sure you’re going to walk out of the restaurant feeling like a million bucks. This Yishun Chinese restaurant features a lengthy menu of traditional dishes including dim sum, xia0 long bao, soups and desserts. Master Wang is known to update its menu often, and you can expect new items coming in on the regular – try the la mian soup with fresh abalone. This Chinese restaurant can be found on Singapore’s Yishun Avenue, just moments from the MRT station of the same name. Needless to say, booking ahead is essential for this local legend.
Reached earlier than my reserved timing, but the waitress let us in too. The buffet was only applicable to a short list of items mainly dumplings, and they limit on the qty you can order for the specialties items. so once you sat down and saw that list, it ruins the excitment you have for the food. Waiting time for food was average. Dumplings was yummy, consistently nice throughout all their dumplings. Love the glutinous shrimp rice dumplings, the flavouring was on point!! Was actually more thrilled by the development of the whole northpoint as there are lotsa food!!!
Service quite good but the food serving time especially for Xiu Long Bao is quite slow. Its took about 30-40 minutes and dining time is 140 minutes.
My friend and and I enjoyed my time there. The food, the ambience, the service was pretty good. Will go back again n n n
Like the food. The service was great. Will go again.