Whampoa Keng in Singapore is the first stop anyone should make for a taste of traditional Asian cuisine. The restaurant started in the 1990s as a small fish stall in Guangzhou, China, before quickly growing into the award-winning chain of fine dining establishments it is today. Once you find your way to the homely establishment on Rangoon Road, you’re in for a culinary experience with an extensive menu featuring classics you know and love as well as lesser known traditional dishes. It would be a shame to visit Whampoa Keng and without sampling some of the fresh seafood dishes that made them famous in the first place like the pomfret fish head steamboat. You won’t be disappointed.
Good traditional ambience. Nice food. Love the fish head steamboat especially the soup. Traditional prawn row also great. Nice nice nice nice nice nice nice.
Ordered the lunch set for 3-4 pax. Food was good. Fish was fresh and the soup was delicious. The servers were very attentive. Refilled the soup promptly.
Wish they still have the seafood combo for steamboat . Thought that the price for salted egg york prawn was a tad too high for a Zi Char place .