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Wo Peng Cuisine (Furama City Centre Hotel)

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Wo Peng Cuisine serves the very best of traditional authentic Hong Kong style Cantonese taste delicately prepared by award winning Chef who exerts utmost skill and dedication to arrived at dish best taste and customer satisfaction.

Daily: 11:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 23:00

+65 65342282
+65 65332282
$45 based on 10 submissions
Eng Hai Goh

Above average food quality

We were there on a Friday evening and I am surprised to see only 3 tables (including ours). Ordered the fried chicken, claypot rice, brocolli with crab roe and the double-boil corn-porkrib soup. Food was rather good and service staff was prompt to attend to the plate change and topping up of tea. Deserve a returning visit.

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24 Nov 2014 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

Above average food quality

We were there on a Friday evening and I am surprised to see only 3 tables (including ours). Ordered the fried chicken, claypot rice, brocolli with crab roe and the double-boil corn-porkrib soup. Food was rather good and service staff was prompt to attend to the plate change and topping up of tea. Deserve a returning visit.
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29 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Best Peking duck

Every weekend our family of 4 usually tries out different cuisines/restaurants all over the island, but I have never written a review. Last week I started looking for a restaurant for my wife's BD and saw Wo Peng on Groupon which looked quite appealing. Did a search of reviews on Internet and found mixed comments which made me feel hesisant. In the end I decided to give it a go. Bought a voucher ($30 - 50% off) whole Peking for the outlet at Furama Hotel and we were very pleased with the food and services.

The Peking duck was one of the best we have ever tried (even better than most we have tried in Hong Kong). The duck was shown to us and we took some photos, then captain sliced the skin and a waitress did the wrapping. The duck skin was very crispy and taste nice in the wrapping. The rest of the duck was used for stir-fried noodles(伊府面)  with a topped up of $12. We asked the duck thighs to be served separately so that we had total of 3 dishes with one duck !

We also had a thick soup (forgot the name: 虫草花,chicken, fish maw, black fungi, 黄酒... $30 a big bowl - about 5 rice bowls) and XO酱芦笋炒响螺片 ($28 a bit expensive).

We all loved the duck. The soup was quite good, XO酱芦笋炒响螺 was not bad (but not the best). Service was excellent, might drop when busy.

We will come back to try Camphor and Tea Leaves Smoked Duck (樟茶鸭). Found some reviews saying this one is good.

04 Nov 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

e ticket from q100

xiao long bao : meat inside is not pork but chicken. Just salty taste.siew mai : horrible. Roe on top looks very dry and siew mai was dry and toughShrimp dumpling: Shrimp are fat and stick to dumpling skin but are tastelessCarrot cake : bitter taste. over friedchar siew chee cheong fan : not bad.Liu sa bao : not badbeancurd roll : over fried again.However, dessert wasnt that horrible. Luckily.Mango puree: ok, just very miser with the mangoes. small and little. about 4 little chunks. about the size of 1 peanut.Yam paste: Not bad. Ginko does not taste bitter, good job here. Yam paste is tasty and serve warm. Only the dessert make the mark. The rest is worse or just food court standard which doesnt justify for the price.
27 Oct 2012 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

Not worth the hassle

It was an unpleasant experience at Wo Peng Restaurant (Furama). Let's talk about the food first. I wouldnt say it was cold, but it was at ROOM TEMPERATURE. The xiao long bao was horrible, the soup inside was bland. Do however, try the salted egg yolk buns and fried fish skin with superior stock though. This 2 food items were yummy. The ambience and waitering service were well....... below average but I couldnt complain, because after all, I got it at 50% off (gmarket coupon deal). And moving on to the PAYMENT time. First and foremost, I did my part by printing out all 6 gmarket coupons in hard copy, but in blue ink because my black ink ran out. Presented it to the waitress and when she couldnt scan,I told her that she could use the unique numbers as stated in the coupons to verify that the coupons were indeed authentic. Also, Gmarket also sms-ed me the voucher codes, all 6 coupon codes. I basically asked her if there were any alternative procedures. The waitress insisted and said that IF SHE COULDNT SCAN, SHE COULDNT ACCEPT IT. Very rigid. It turned out to be that it was because their computer "was not working". Yes, I guess blue ink printed coupons are out of the ordinary, but does that mean that cannot scan = cannot get 50% off? To the company, if you're stepping into IT sales, shouldnt you at least have a computer to verify or act as a backup in the event that cannot scan? Luckily another waitress did a service recovery for us - accepted our coupons and was friendly and sweet about it. But because of the subpar food service and ambience, I would certainly not come back again.Learning point for other shoppers going there with vouchers: I wouldnt recommend this restaurant anyway. But if you do decide to go, I would advice that it is a MUST to print out coupons , and in black ink. QR code must be clear.And also, I would be keen to know what the top management has to say about this.
20 Aug 2012 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Best Garlic Pork Ribs

This is the first time I had my dinner at this restaurant. The Garlic Pork Ribs was nicely marinated and the meat was tender and juicy. Smoke duck also tasty and delecious. Lobster bee hoon was something special.