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Mister Wu 21/06/19 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! Tips: 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: Thankgodjournals.blogspot.com
Premium dim sum buffet at pocket friendly prices with Abalone Siew Mai, Prawn Dumpling 😋, Truffle Carrot Cake and even Hibiki Seafood La Mian!! . . 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
Dim Sum Buffet ($29+). 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]
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Fish, Pork And Beef Hot Pot For 2 Pax (~$45 after GST) Ordered the tomato and collagen soup which were alright, though the spread is rather generous (especially the vegetables). The tomato broth was appetizing and the collagen soup was simple, while the meat quality was decent. Hand pulled noodles were a little thick but the texture was springy. Drinks were free flow with $0.60 top up, while you had to pay $1.10 per pax for condiments as we dined over the weekend.
Dontcha Wish Your Pot Was Hot Like Me Hotpot’s been around for donkey years, but it’s enjoyed a renaissance in recent years for some odd reason. With hundreds of hotpot joints blossoming up all over the country, and with stalwarts like Hai Di Lao & Beauty In A Pot, it really is becoming an oversaturated market. However, Shi Li Fang’s claim to fame is that it’s the cheapest(?) hotpot place around. And I might actually be inclined to agree here, as the spread that’s pictured here plus more on the side set my buddy and I back about fifty bucks. Not bad considering that we’re two big eaters and we got some of those tasty, tasty premium meats. The mala hotpot is as you’d expect; hot, peppery and guaranteed to make you sweat. The collagen chicken broth, on the other hand, was simply stellar. Wobbly collagen chunks are slowly melted down with wolfberries to form a deliriously delicious and wonderfully wholesome broth that’s thicker than Christina Hendricks. It’s so good that I didn’t really want to cook anything in it, instead longing to just pour it all down into my stomach. Their meats and other offerings are decent, but nothing particularly outstanding. Their premium pork slices were quality stuff, and the beef was a beauty to behold. Seafood was super fresh and there’s really nothing to complain about. It’s certainly good eating at a good price, so round up the gang to bang this hottie of a pottie.
3⭐ Average hotpot but cant haim for the price $9.90. I have been keeping count of the steamboat affair with WB cos I promise him one steamboat every quarter, but this is the 5th steamboat we had this year. 🙄 WB rated this 5/5 cos as long as it's steamboat. 🤦 #ShiLiFang #Hotpot #Burpple
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Zha Jiang Mian Opted for the shaved noodles instead of the usual lamian and I loved the texture and chewiness of it! Generous servings of noodles and minced meat 👍 However, I found the gravy a tad too salty for my liking.
Shan Xi Cold Noodle ($3.50) ☄️❄️🤤 The first time we try ‘Shan Xi cold noodle’ or ‘Liangpi’ was in Chinatown (more about this in another post). We are hooked since and search high and low for the same dish. When we heard that this ‘Shi Xiang Ge La Mian Shaved noodle” (a new eatery above Bishan Bus Interchange hailed by ex-Crystal Jade Chef) has the same dish, we simply have to try.🤩 . The ordering and queue at lunch time on Friday was not so bad. It took us only 7 mins to be called by their e-ticket machine. The commuting then took us another 20 mins and since this is a cold dish, we just guess this doesn’t affect quality and taste of the dish. ‘Shan Xi Cold noodle’ is a very simple yet so satisfying dish with only 3 ingredients: noodle, wheat gluten(Mian Jin) and sliced cucumber (served with sauce made with salt, vinegar and chilli oil) . They just nail it!! with the sweet, fiery yet aromatic herbal sauce. 🔨 The white flat noodle is simply addictive and absorb the not overpowering sauce so well. We will skip the praising bits and let you try! 🤟😎
Handmade Shaved Noodles by former Crystal Jade Chef $5 The beef shaved noodles are springy and the broth is very tasty. The dumplings are really good with generous amount of tasty meat fillings. Don’t order the Qi Shan Noodles, it’s too salty and oily.
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