60 Paya Lebar Road
#01-62 Paya Lebar Square
Singapore 409051

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

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Reviews

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I love the egg fried rice from Wok Hey. We usually either get it with prawns or shimeiji mushrooms.
We added chicken sausage from Ikea and drizzled some kecap manis on top! ๐Ÿ˜Š

#halfeatenblog #wokhey #friedrice #burpple

Egg fried rice with grilled chicken

The chicken is v tender ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

$5.80

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Pretty good but avoid peak hours as they do not really fry it thoroughly. Shall try other outlets.

Even better if the fried rice inside tastes so good! Featured in the background is the Shanghai fried rice with braised beef and a nicely done sous vide egg. In front, we have the seafood friedrice with prawn, with added ebiko. Both tasted GOOD with that much desired "wok-hey" taste. ($16.10 for both)

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The wok hei / breath of the wok is evident in the simple but well-executed dishes here. Their unique selling point, which sets them apart from all other Chinese Zi Char, is that they offer easy, visual, customisation options for your meal.
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This features features premium fluffy Japanese white rice, stir-fried with eggs, giving it a smoky savoury sweet eggy flavour.
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Garnished with a generous portion of deshelled fresh bouncy juicy sweet seasoned prawns / shrimp, crunchy vegetal sweet nai bai / milk cabbage, tender savoury salty Chinese dried chicken sausage, and sharp spicy dry chili flakes.
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Tasty and satisfiying, sure to please most.
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Wok Hey
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Comes with cabbage and egg ใ€‹$7.80

A takeaway zi-char concept thatโ€™s usually located in a shopping mall for convienence. While the food doesnโ€™t have the wok-hei but they are decently good (not oily) and affordable. The basic ramen cost $6 and top-up $1.80 for about 6 prawns which I think was worth it.

Never judge the portion by itโ€™s packaging. We were doubting if itโ€™s worth the price when the packaging looks small but the portion turned out to be too heavy for weekdays lunch. Iโ€™ll fall into a food coma if I finished them all. It gets jelat after a while and if you have a buddy to share, I'll recommend to get one noodle and rice to share.

Wok Hey serves 4 basic dishes - Egg Fried Rice, Shanghai Fried Rice, Fresh Ramen and Fresh Udon with protein toppings such as grilled chicken, braised beef and seasoned prawns.

Other $1 add-on toppings such as tobiko, sous vide egg, Chinese sausage (lup cheong), broccoli, baby spinach, brussels sprouts, edamame, capsicum, asparagus, nai bai, shimeiji and white mushroom are available too.

๐Ÿ“ Paya Lebar Square | #01-62

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