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

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Address: #03-01/02, Furama City Centre Hotel, 60 Eu Tong Seng Street, 059804
27 Jan 2016
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Highly recommended for cantonese food!

好的食物,能感动我
师傅的用心,每个人都吃得出

Been here for a few times, and now I'm thinking of planning my ROM here. Food is perfect as usual, it's so spacious, children can run around, ederly can come in wheelchair. Also the nice private rooms. 

Hard to find such quality food nowadays without burning the pocket like Wo peng. Must order the soup, fish, poon choy, vegetables, crispy fish skin, dessert. If anyone else is thinking of holding ROM here, the dishes are plated very very bit pots and beautifully. Two thumbs up~

The furama decor is more traditional, reminds me of Hong kong restuarnat style. Very relaxing and at your pace. Servers will not chase you away. They are extremely polite and helpful and would  make such a good impression with guests at ROM.

The serangoon branch is very vibrant and more packed with tables. Beautiful floral private rooms.
Must Tries
Poon Choy, Yu sheng, Peach Resin Vegetables, Smoked duck, Soup, Chicken Almond Soup, Hawthorn Jelly, steamed cheong fun, Cod Fish, carrot cake xo sauce
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Finally a good cantonese restaurant

The poon choy was moist, tender, and seasoned throughout.

The glutinous rice was very springy and chewy.

The smoked duck was immaculately infused with tea leaves, very clever and very smokey too. 

The nian gao is great, we were told it was made with coconut batter. Very Q

Two thumbs up for Wo Peng for the delicious meal! Worth every penny and quite affordable.
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Keep going back!

Keep going back to wo peng with friends and family! Even my mom who is very picky loves the food here. The staff are very knowledgeable with the dishes and ingredients. And to add to that, they have ren qing wei. Wo peng has done a good job in staff area.

Food wise, nothing to complain about. This time we had the dishes from the cny menu. It's so affrodable $368 for 6 of us. The dishes tasted SOO GOOD! You can tell it's cooked with high level of skill and execution. Paid more than double the price to Jade Fullerton Hotel for cny meal this year too and it was really horrible - no wok hei and we all agreed dishes came out sub standard.

Really glad to have found a gem like Wo Peng in Singapore where the food is always authentic and cooked to standard.

There is no need to be fancy. No need to have fancy decor, fancy pairings. Although the restaurant looks traditional, the food here says it all. Anyway if you are going with elderly, the restaurant is extremely spacious, unlike crystal jade or imperial treasure. It has a very nice feel with the warm staff. Thank you so much for making our experience always a pleasant one.
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Traditional Cantonese place

Sometimes a restaurant’s look is determined by the whims of its owners, sometimes by the concepts and plans of the marketing team. But there is a third type, where the sheer weight of a tradition of cuisine soaks into the decor as well. Wo Peng Cuisine is of this last type. The deep space it occupies on the third floor of Furama City Centre is a visit to the sort of Cantonese restaurant still prevalent in Hong Kong but dying out in Singapore - pastel tones, trolleys of all sorts, extensively upholstered and clean and yet a little ramshackle. There’s even a wooden signboard, and couplets for the Chinese New Year.

Camphor Tea Duck
 ($68) is another skill test of a dish, a Sichuanese rendition of the Cantonese staple where the duck is first smoked over camphor twigs and tea leaves. The resulting duck looks a little darker and less glossy, but the smoke has done its work, leaving a distinct fragrance and tightening the skin and fat. The meat within is juicy, with little hits of salt throughout.

Served in a little stack like the gold ingots we all hope we’ll get this year, the Nian Gao ($19.80) round things off nicely with a whiff of coconut in the yielding, gooey centre, wearing a thin, crisp jacket of batter. Yam Cake ($18.80), meanwhile, is nicely grainy and studded with more diced meat and sausage.

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Must try cantonese dim sum

Authentic and special dim sum menu that is very addictive. My friends and I could not stop eating :) 

Lobster Polo bun delicious 

Char siew chee cheong fun slippery and smooth

Skewer siew mai very flavorful with egg roe 

Liu sha bao (salted egg yolk bun) fluffy soft bun with runny salted egg. Must eat immediately when served. If not this dish is easy to turn hard when cold

Crispy fish skin with superior stock one basket of this is not enough! MORE PLEASE! 

Har gao (prawn dumplin) very very fresh and big prawn filling. Thumbs up! 

Yam paste (Orh nee) totally covered with very very fragrant coconut milk (big plus because I like coconut) and big chunks of pumpkin

One thing I noticed, the staff is genuinely nice and eager to serve. Portions very generous. Highly recommended! 
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Beautiful glutinous rice

A beautifully plated rice with nice wok fragrance. The rice was chewy and surrounded by ribbons of egg. I don't normally take chinese sausages but this, I finished a bowl of it! Best thing is, it's not oily!

Other dishes we had like the cod fish and peach resin veggies were very yummy, with the cantonese chef kind of aroma.

Great place for chinese new year and chinese food!