With a name like Wok Master, it’s clear what sort of food awaits: delicious Chinese stir-fries, premium clay pots and some of the tastiest fried dishes in the city-state. This fantastic Asian tze char restaurant on Kitchener Road offers affordable claypot dishes all served up in a cosy air-conditioned diner inside of City Square Mall. With the help of fire and a very hot wok, Wok Master’s dishes get that fabulous charred flavour you know and love. Book your table today to try this Farrer Park Asian restaurant for yourself.
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They even served complimentary ice cream when you give vote with QR code! The crab is fresh and beehoon is smooth! Overall great quality in food & service! Suitable for gathering as the place is not too noisy:)
The service and food are great! Totally enjoyed myself together with my mum & Sister:) will definitely come again to order the crab!!
Wok Master is one Farrer Park Chinese restaurant you don’t want to miss... Seriously, the food on offer at this local favourite brings in folks from all corners of Singapore to this restaurant inside the City Square Mall. This stylish restaurant is versatile enough for any occasion, whether it’s a quick, casual lunch or a romantic evening for two. The perfect place to fuel up after a day spent shopping, this restaurant will make you feel right at home with their fresh and flavourful Asian dishes. The location just steps from Farrer Park station makes it easy to reach Wok Master from all over town, so you’ve got no excuse not to try the awesome food on offer at Wok Master.
The menu at Wok Master is packed with incredible options from all over Asia. Recommended dishes include their fabulous claypot curry chicken, their golden salted egg prawns, sizzling sambal sotong and pork belly with red beancurd. There’s more where that came from, including tasty meat-free items like vegetarian ramen and their signature Wok Master special beancurd. A tze char experience is best enjoyed with a group of family members or friends, so we suggest inviting some of your pals along when dining at this Singapore restaurant. After all, communal dining is an important part of Chinese culture, and a more authentic way to enjoy your food at this Farrer Park hotspot.