30% OFF the Burpple Beyond Premium plan. Find out more here!👆

3 Pickering Street
#01-44/45 Nankin Row
Singapore 048660

(open in Google Maps)

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm


11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

View Address & Details
Managing this business?
Use our tools to maintain your business info and view analytics to reach more customers.
Claim your page now for FREE


From the Burpple community

Looking for some premium Chinese food for lunch with affordable price? Mister Wu offers their set lunch for not more than $20 that comes with main dish, dim sum and their signature tea.

This was out from the menu but definitely worth trying. Consider big portion with lots of curry gravy on top, and also the pork chop, potato and fried egg! You couldn’t ask more than this when you get to choose a dim sum and signature to compete your meal.

Met up with a friend for a buffet dinner at Mister Wu.

Buffet details:
1) $29 per pax (Min 2 pax) > $19.14 nett per pax (After 40% Chope discount)
2) Limited to first 20 pax
3) Weekdays: 1830H - 2130H Saturdays: 1130H - 1430H & 1830H - 2130H

Overall, the buffet had many notable dishes including the truffled carrot cake (Strong truffle aroma and flavour), XO sauce cheong fan (Could not exactly taste the XO sauce but loved the texture of the rice roll), truffle shroom la mian (Really strong truffle flavour and sweet sauce coating the noodles), braised pork rice (Thick layers of pork) and the hibiki seafood la mian (Broth was strong and had a slight 'burn' when going down your throat; perhaps due to the Hibiki whiskey?). The desserts were also a highlight of this buffet, their red bean rice cake, sakura and melon crystal balls all being really good to pair with some warm tea.

I do not mind going back to the buffet though certainly ordering a lot less in future. It is extremely value-for-money for the quality and variety of dishes and tea offered. Would recommend for family gatherings and get-togethers with friends!

1) Do not be stupid and eat some cookie dough before going for a buffet like I did
2) Order only 1 piece of each dim sum first!
3) La mian / rice dishes are NORMAL SIZE SERVINGS, do NOT over order
4) Save space for the desserts and variety of tea!
Price: 9/10
Taste: 9/10
Overall: 9/10

See more at:

Dim sum buffet at S$29 per pax.
*t&c applies, check @misterwutea for more details.
Where to dine?
Mister Wu
3 Pickering Street, Nankin Row, 01-44/45, Singapore 048660


This modern teahouse at Pickering Street has been introducing premium Chinese tea to us in a fun and accessible way, since opening its doors last September. And now, they've introduced an ala carte dim sum buffet at a very affordable price.
Here's some items that you should order for this dim sum buffet:
* Hibiki Whiskey La Mian (max one serving) - potent broth here, even before adding the Hibiki whiskey. It is sweet and sharp due to lots of seafood and 酸菜 in it, and there's some spiciness from the use of 野山椒 as well.
* Abalone Siew Mai - an elevated version of the classic pork dumpling, topped with a plump abalone that's bigger than the siew mai itself.
* Truffle Carrot Cake - pillowy soft radish cake tossed with fried egg, chives, and truffle oil.
* Liu Sha Bao - generous flow of rich, sweet custard within deep fried mantou. Genius idea to incorporate what we love when we had chilli crabs.
And I thought, they are serving dim sum better than those served at some hotel's dim sum buffet. So it's a good deal if you don't need hotel ambience.
[Disclosure: I'm a personal friend of Mister Wu's boss]

Start this off with the kampung chicken in thick and flavourful gravy, topped with 5 to 6 succulent mini abalones.
Halfway through the meal, broth is added to the gravy, turning this into a pot of shabu shabu. This is when you should top up for a plate of Hokkaido wagyu slices ($18, highly recommended, portions are generous), scallops ($16), and a vegetable and mushroom platter ($10). Two person can share!


The broth in this soup is potent, even without the Hibiki whiskey. The broth is rich in sweetness and sharpness as there were lots of seafood and 酸菜 in it, and there's some spiciness from the use of 野山椒.
I would start having this before pouring in the Hibiki whiskey which is served on the side. This way, you'll taste the broth before and after the whiskey, both of which are very enjoyable. The Hibiki whiskey wasn't too strong to overpower the soup, and instead lends another dimension of sweetness to it.