2 Jurong East Street 21
#03-51 IMM Building
Singapore 609601

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Saturday:
08:30am - 09:30pm

Sunday:
08:30am - 09:30pm

Monday:
08:30am - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
08:30am - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
08:30am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
08:30am - 09:30pm

Friday:
08:30am - 09:30pm

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$3.3 The condensed milk is not so much. Good for those that prefer to eat with less condensed milk. I will request for more condensed milk next time. Not so crispy.

$2.60
I like the taste of the tea, not so sweet, smooth.

$7.90
I love the texture of the eggplant, it's not over fried and dry. The middle part is still soft. I will order this again

This is fantastic for a cold day.
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The star is the rich warm soup / broth, bold with Chinese 5-spice and beef stock, having a savoury sweet meaty spice flavour.
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The yellow egg noodles are springy with a grainy sweet flavour, while the blanched kai-lan is crunchy with vegetal sweet notes.
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The beef brisket is stewed till tender and moist, having a light chew to texture, with deep meaty savoury salty spice flavour.
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Wan Chai Hong Kong Tea Room
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This has a lovely warm or chilled blend of milky almond cream and thick black sesame cream.
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The combination results in a beautiful nutty sweet flavour that is distinct in its duality, embracing the balance as the dessert envelops the palate.
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Wan Chai Hong Kong Tea Room
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The best thing about this is the rich curry soup / broth, robust with milky savoury spicy flavour. More chili spice than curry spice here, sharp with a fiery kick that lingers.
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The silky thin wheat vermicelli noodles are so slurpable, the spongy egg omelette strips have eggy sweet flavour, while the blanched kai-lan is crunchy with vegetal sweet notes.
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However, I wish they'd served the tender pork chop and crisp wanton dumplings separately, because while both have savoury sweet flavour that is tasty, their fried batter quickly becomes mushy.
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Wan Chai Hong Kong Tea Room
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