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Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant (万豪轩)

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Savour the culinary masterpieces of renowned Chinese Executive Chef Lau that have garnered a faithful following since 1995. Slightly crisp and flavourful, the famous Peking Duck is matched perfectly when served with authentic Chinese crêpe. Wan Hao is also known for serving up good authentic dim sum.

Daily: 11:00 - 15:00

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 22:00

Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 23:00

Sun: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 68314605
$58 based on 33 submissions
Dinner (11 votes), Lunch (11 votes), Business Dining (9 votes)
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It was not bad, but not great

Being a native Hongkonger, I am yim jim of dim sum. Especially going to a more pricey olace with alot od people raving about it, it better be good right? Haha! Well,the dim sim was ok. I like the har gao and 叉烧酥。流沙包 is decent too. I also ordered thr stir fried mee sua and I am pretty impressed by it. texture of mee sua is "bouncy" and not soggy at all! The chef used real prawns and not those tiny fake prawns (if u know what I mean). Wait staff is helpful, prompt and polite. But they acually missed one of my orders. But we were full so well, we just let it be :)

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• 13 Dec 2014 • 102 reviews • 8 followers

It was not bad, but not great

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Being a native Hongkonger, I am yim jim of dim sum. Especially going to a more pricey olace with alot od people raving about it, it better be good right? Haha! Well,the dim sim was ok. I like the har gao and 叉烧酥。流沙包 is decent too. I also ordered thr stir fried mee sua and I am pretty impressed by it. texture of mee sua is "bouncy" and not soggy at all! The chef used real prawns and not those tiny fake prawns (if u know what I mean). Wait staff is helpful, prompt and polite. But they acually missed one of my orders. But we were full so well, we just let it be :)
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• 02 Feb 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

just had this c***

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Came here for lunch on cny day.
It was the worst service I had ever encountered. 
The waitress whined cos she did not want to go into the kitchen to get a similar set of children cutlery! And then came up with the excuse that the table prior to us had lot of kids and had used them up.
Spending close to 1k and the restaurant deemed that asking for 2 carpark complimentary tiks is too many?  One table of diners. Do u think there will be only 1 car???? 

I will asked no one to patronize this place, it's a joke.
Quite sure the table next to us will be too.... they were served dessert before their savory dishes were served, even after repeatedly telling them.
What a way to give a bad name to themselves. 

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• 26 Jan 2014 • 2 reviews • 11 followers

Don't Bother

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Service was poor, food was very ordinary.

http://www.ahmasays.com/1/post/2014/01/marriott-wan-hao-dim-sum-buffet-never-again.html
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