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Few places in Asia can match Singapore and Hong Kong in the culinary stakes, and the superlative standard of restaurant is one of the many reasons that visitors return to the cities. The Hong Kong-style Cantonese cuisine on display at Wo Peng on Eu Tong Sen Street in Singapore’s Chinatown is comparable to that available in Kowloon, so book yourself a table and head on over to Furama for a top-notch feed.
Good service, good food, efficient and a comfortable place for dining.
Food was good and the price reasonable. Service is OK.
Quiet ambience for lunch. food quality is good. Recommended for dim sum and porridge Desserts are unique and we get complimentary fruit juices after the lunch.
When you’re dining in Asia, two cities are head and shoulders above the others for diversity of flavours, cuisines and eating options. The chefs of Singapore take their cues from all over the continent, and in Hong Kong they tend to focus on one, in the form of Cantonese cooking. Appropriately placed in Chinatown, between Chinatown and Clarke Quay Metro stations, Wo Peng on Eu Tong Sen Street offers an opportunity to taste Hong Kong in Singapore.
Wo Peng specialise in Cantonese Hong Kong-style cooking, a facet which sets them apart from most of the other Singapore Chinatown offerings. That takes the form of dim sum, superb seafood, meat dishes and a myriad of vegetarian options, which you can savour at your leisure down on Eu Tong Sen Street.