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Singapore and Hong Kong are two of the great cities of Asia, and their cuisine is one of the aspects of their culture that keeps the visitors coming back time and again. The Cantonese food on offer at Wo Peng on Maju Avenue is inspired by the flavours of Kowloon and Central, which they lovingly recreate in Serangoon. Book yourself a table and head on over to enjoy this unique take on the cuisine of Southern China and Hong Kong.
The food was good to eat. But the price is abit on the pricy side. Place is not crowded even on weekends so easy to find table
Went for the dim sum lunch. The dim sum was above average, with special mention of authentic salted egg yolk custard bun that is warm and molten
Food is good but service is not too prompt. I went there so many times but staff are always shorthanded especially on weekends. Will still visit due to good food.
As eating in Asia goes, there are two cities that stand above all others for their diversity, their decadence and their dedication to the culinary arts. The myriad influences that come to bear on the chefs of Singapore are from all over the continent, whereas their counterparts in Hong Kong are taken by the cuisine of China, their near neighbour. If you take your lunch at Wo Peng on Maju Avenue in Serangoon, you can experience Cantonese cuisine just like you were in Kowloon.
Wo Peng offer Cantonese Hong Kong-style cooking, with all the trimmings and nothing spared. That means dim sum offerings, excellent seafood and meat dishes and plenty of vegetarian options. We recommend the Cantonese classic of Buddha Jump Over The Wall, perhaps combined with a bowl of Shark’s Fin Soup to even out all the karma you might have accumulated in the course of your day. Reserve your table at Maju Avenue in Singapore’s Serangoon.