76 Bras Basah Road
Level 2, Carlton Hotel
Singapore 189558

(open in Google Maps)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Shop vouchers

Enjoy dining without burning a hole in your pocket, no membership required


From the Burpple community

Award-winning Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant unveils six curated Chinese New Year menus that will be available from 29 January to 24 February, with prices starting from $468++ for four persons. The impressive Soon Tak Yu Sheng is a nice change from the regular sweet versions, as this savoury yu sheng comes with thick slices of freshly sliced Hamachi. The celebration also sees the launch of the Prosperity Pot containing braised pork belly and abalones and a unique Steamed Soon Hock with Mandarin Orange Skin. Seafood lovers will be excited over the Pan-fried Scallop with Golden Sauce which contains a touch of mustard to cut through the richness while the signature Roasted Duck is another must order for the table. Round up the meal with the Chilled Peach Gum with Red Date for a nourishing start of the year.

1 Like

Savour classic reunion dishes thoughtfully prepared by MasterChef Ng Wai Tong and his team at Wah Lok.

Offering six different types of Lo Hei, this year they have the Prosperity Sea Cucumber Lo Hei, great for those who wish to have something other than raw fish. Quality sea cucumber that is braised then made into easy-to-eat Konnyaku slices.

📍Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant, Carlton Hotel📍
Aaaaaand our first meal in 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣2️⃣ is dim sum from Wah Lok😍. Our all-time favourite from Wah Lok is their Mini Egg Tart, which has a super eggy custard and flaky crust, super good✨. Also love that they allow us to change the pieces of dim sum to cater to the number of people we have in our group such that everyone gets one woohoo🎉!

Most of the Lunar New Year celebrations will involve the tossing of the iconic lo hei for good health and fortune, and over at Wah Lok, the restaurant has put together six different types for dine-in guests to choose from. Newly created this year will be the Fortune Sea Cucumber Lo Hei, a unique creation by MasterChef Ng Wai Tong, who uses premium quality sea cucumber, that has been braised and made into Konnyaku slices, as the key ingredient highlight of this dish. Accompanying the sea cucumber are ingredients such as jellyfish, iceberg lettuce, black moss and a refreshing plum dressing for the lo hei.

After the customary lo hei session, diners can indulge in a variety of dishes such as the Braised Shark’s Fin with Dried Seafood & Golden Mushrooms in Red Carrot Soup, Pan-fried Scallops with Golden Sauce, Prosperity Smoked Chicken, Braised Sea Cucumber, Fish Maw, Mushroom & Vegetables, and the Braised Mee Bok Noodles with Live Prawn, Ginger & Onion. Wah Lok’s Lunar New Year offerings will be available for dine-in from 17 January to 15 February 2022 and these dishes are part of the set menus that are priced from $398++ for 4pax to $748++ for 5 pax.

In addition to the dine-in menus, you can also take home the festive goodies that will be retailed at the Lunar New Year Booth (Hotel Lobby, Level 1) from 4 January to 15 February 2022. Items that are available include the Longevity Poon Choi ($408/$688), Signature Alaskan Crab Lo Hei ($168/$288), Butter Cookies ($28) and the newly launched Lucky Mala Cookies ($28) and Fortune Salted Egg Yolk Cookies ($28). DBS Cardmembers can get to enjoy 10% off these takeaway goodies and receive a Tuxedo $5 return dining voucher.
✨ Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant
📍 76 Bras Basah Road, Carlton Hotel Singapore, Singapore 189558
🌐 https://celebrations.carltonhotel.sg/en_SG/
🍴 [Media Invite]


Deep-fried Yam Roll with seafood ($10 for 4 pcs)
This was really crispy and creamy on the inside, was pretty enjoyable, and best when eaten when it's still hot!

Steamed Cheong fun (Dough Fritters) ($8)
Was kinda soggy and hard when we ate it, which usually is supposed to be crispy when served - but it could also be that it turned cold after leaving it there for awhile.