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.
You don’t have to fly to Taiwan to get your riceboxes now. Tired of your usual lunch? Woo Ricebox at OFC will certainly be something different. Quick lunch sets avaliable.
Full review and pics @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2016/05/woo-ricebox-taiwanese-food-that.html
What a horrific experience at the Collyer Quay shop today! Aggressive shop assistant and she is apparently the 店长 called "Sherry". We requested dor an exchange of the bento just less than a minute after ordering. The sticker seal is still on by the way. We explained our colleague cannot take the meat bento. We were rejected violently and she stomped to the dustbin to trash the bento! We were not given a replacement bento and paid almost $10 for it. She could have explained it nicely. 店长's options are either to either trash the bento or force it down our throat. We are speechless. Even if the bento cannot be resold, what is it to give the customer a replacement or refund? Perhaps she didn't see it but there is no need to act so violently by trashing the bento.
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.