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Woo Ricebox

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Woo Ricebox serves traditional Taiwan-style rice boxes with variety in style and flavours as well as affordable. Rice boxes are specially manufactured with wood such that the wood absorbs excess moisture from the ingredients; this helps to ensure that the food does not turn soggy.

Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 20:30

Sat: 11:00 - 13:00

+65 66368101
$13 based on 6 submissions
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A fast food chain of Taiwanese food

Newly opened at financial center, quite easily to spot this eatery.

Not as tasty as I had at the other place.  The only thing I can see is that it's very accessible with convenience.

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• 10 Jul 2014 • 316 reviews • 86 followers

A fast food chain of Taiwanese food

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Newly opened at financial center, quite easily to spot this eatery.

Not as tasty as I had at the other place.  The only thing I can see is that it's very accessible with convenience.
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• 07 May 2014 • 81 reviews • 2 followers

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Today we are in the area and decide to drop by for lunch. It has been quite a while since I last dine here.

Woo's Signature Rice Box 正宗池上飯包($8.30)

Taiwan Roast Pork Rice Box 燒肉飯包 ($8.30)
Very fast in serving this dish. Like the pickled vegetables that helps to add flavours to the dish.

Big Drumstick Rice Box雞腿飯包 ($8.30)
Oh my god! The drumstick is very big and served pipping hot. Still can see the smoke coming out. Very juicy.

Saba Fish Rice Box 薄鹽鯖魚飯包 ($8.90)
This one takes the longes to be served. It seems that the pagar is not working. Quite a big piece of fish.

Pork Rib White Radish Soup ($2.50)
The white radish is very flavourful and soft. The pork rib is small but tender. Tasty soup.

Winter melon Tea ($1)
Tastes not bad but a bit too much ice cubes inside. I think more than half is ice cubes.

Overall very tasty and filling lunch. But quite difficult to get a seat during lunch hour.
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• 16 Mar 2014 • 20 reviews • 5 followers

Generous Food Portion and Yummy!

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For photos and full review, please visit: http://missy-wanderlust.blogspot.sg/2014/03/woo-rice-box-ocean-financial-centre.html


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