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Wo Peng Cuisine (Furama City Centre Hotel) (和平饭店)

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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
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Good food and great service!

I recently bought a groupon voucher and went ahead to try out the Wo Peng Restaurant at Furama Hotel. With the negative reviews online, we went with lowered expectations of the food and the service.

The restaurant itself has an old world charm to it, the decor is simple, like a traditional chinese restaurant. Its spacious and was not packed, with a good ambience for dining. The service was good and attentive, and after placing our orders, the lady even checked with us if we were dining in with a voucher and proceeded promptly to key in the discount to our orders.

Food came pretty quickly and although portion sizes were small as compared to the price, the quality was good and it came piping hot. Very good value given the voucher we had. We ordered their tea roasted duck (good), salted egg prawns (good), pig trotters with sea cucumber (excellent), roast chicken (average), claypot beancurd with seafood (average), broccoli with peach (special) and ee-fu noodles (good). Portion was enough for 5 adults and 2 toddlers.

Service was friendly and prompt, and the ladies changed our plates regularly without being asked.

All in all, a very good experience and I will definitely return again.

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• 30 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Visited this restaurant because mom bought Groupon vouchers. The place has a private karaoke room which was not so private because the music was so loud, everyone else in the main dining hall could hear. Seriously, no one wants to have a meal with bad singing blasting in the background... It put me in a bad mood even before the food came. Of the dishes we ordered, the beef ribs and the pumpkin fatty pork were the best although the pumpkin fatty pork dish was better at their macpherson outlet. Decor is simple, nothing fancy or impressive. Service was so-so. They didn't change my plate at all so I guess it's not very good. Dishes came on time though, so we didn't have to wait very long. Overall, if not for the voucher, I wouldn't visit again as it's a bit too pricey for unimpressive food.
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• 29 May 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Good food and great service!

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I recently bought a groupon voucher and went ahead to try out the Wo Peng Restaurant at Furama Hotel. With the negative reviews online, we went with lowered expectations of the food and the service.

The restaurant itself has an old world charm to it, the decor is simple, like a traditional chinese restaurant. Its spacious and was not packed, with a good ambience for dining. The service was good and attentive, and after placing our orders, the lady even checked with us if we were dining in with a voucher and proceeded promptly to key in the discount to our orders.

Food came pretty quickly and although portion sizes were small as compared to the price, the quality was good and it came piping hot. Very good value given the voucher we had. We ordered their tea roasted duck (good), salted egg prawns (good), pig trotters with sea cucumber (excellent), roast chicken (average), claypot beancurd with seafood (average), broccoli with peach (special) and ee-fu noodles (good). Portion was enough for 5 adults and 2 toddlers.

Service was friendly and prompt, and the ladies changed our plates regularly without being asked.

All in all, a very good experience and I will definitely return again.
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• 27 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Food was nice worth the price . But service was seriously no good . Very slow waited for my noodle and my Ala carte food has gone cold . Don't recommend here if you can't wait . Beijing duck is nice , everything here is good just the service was slow . Need to wait about 30 mins before my noodles came 
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