Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 20:30
Sat: 11:00 - 13:00
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.
The outlet was originated from Taiwan and was well known for its bento ricebox which was sold on railway. There was 2 outlets in Singapore. The outlet in Raffles Place was the first outlet and opened only on weekdays. Double Happiness Buddy Meal 雙喜臨門套餐 ($12) Woo's Healthy Ricebox & Shredded Chicken Mee Sua I like the sweet plum in the rice box which brought up one's appetite. Broccoli, cabbage, sweet plum, mushroom, braised egg, braised bean curd, braised pork on top of brown rice. Although the serving was dry in order to last the day, one was able to finish the rice box easily. The mee sua was very smooth and soupy. Overall it was a filling meal to have and brought back memories of Taiwan.
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.