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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
Lunch (3 votes)
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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

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.
07 May 2014 • 71 reviews • 2 followers

Lunch

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.
16 Mar 2014 • 17 reviews • 2 followers

Generous Food Portion and Yummy!


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


17 Dec 2013 • 74 reviews • 0 follower

Taiwanese ricebox lands in Singapore!

For the full review and more photos, please visit http://makanarts.com/2013/12/17/woo-ricebox-ocean-financial-centre/   Ever feeling like having a ricebox whenever you are in Taiwan? Good news, it’s now available in Singapore. The leading ricebox chain in Taiwan, Woo Ricebox, has opened its first outlet in Ocean Financial Centre. The outlet here is managed by Royal T Group, who also manages leading milk tea chain Gong Cha.   The Woo Pork Chop Rice Box & Homemade Wintermelon Tea is great. The premium short-grain rice is specially imported from Chihshang, and comes with seasonal vegetables, pickles, half a braised egg and a main meat item (in this case being the pork chop). The portion of the pork chop is big and it is also meaty and juicy. Their wintermelon tea is also homemade and is refreshing to have while having the ricebox. One thing to note is the food is slightly on the dry side (which should be the case to prevent the food from getting soggy, especially when you are travelling around so your food will still taste great after that)   To get a reminisce of Taiwanese food, do come here as this place does it close enough to the riceboxes you can get in transit while in Taiwan.
01 Dec 2013 • 87 reviews • 0 follower

A hearty meal

Railway Pork Chop Rice Box had pork chop that was fried before it was braised in sauce so it was delicious, juicy and tender. It was perfect with the premium short-grain rice imported from Chihshang in Taidong. Prized for its fragrance and springy texture when cooked, it was good enough on its own. Could neither rave about nor fault on the savoury blend of pickles and braised egg though the braised beancurd and sautéed seasonal vegetables were a tad bland. See full review and pictures at http://live2eatdottravel.blogspot.sg/2013/11/woo-ricebox.html.