Wok Master (City Square Mall)

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By preparing quality ingredients the traditional way, Wok Master brings you an authentic and premium, yet affordable ‘Tze Char’ experience. All in the comforts of our air-conditioned diner. A mainstay in our kitchen, the humble claypot is our secret to bringing out food’s rich flavours. This slow cooking method circulates heat and moisture better. The result? Our signature ‘Yi Pin Guo’ is a potfuls of seafood goodness, eggplant is stewed to tender perfection, and curry fish head is irresistibly aromatic. From all-time classics like Sambal Kang Kong to hot favourites like Salted Egg Pork Ribs, our dishes also go through the fire in the Wok to achieve that essential ‘Wok Hei’ you love. Being rooted in tradition is also the foundation for our creativity. At Wok Master, our range of innovative east-west fusion dishes like Passion Fruit Prawn offers the familiar with a surprising twist.

180 Kitchener Road
#02-51/52 City Square Mall
Singapore 208539

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10:00am - 10:00pm

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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This is so good! Tender fray fish and tasty soup.

Meat is tender, tasty and flavorful.


First time to have a dim sum lunch @ Wok Master. Not bad really. This black bun has interesting black sesame filling oozing out as I break open. Flavour is almost like dark chocolate even but it says sesame. Ok it’s quite unique.

Food and service was good.. Will definitely try again

Crayfish laksa with a generous amount of taupok and reasonable portion that’s good for sharing. The laksa here was more on the coconutty and creamy side. Nothing too spicy, making it suitable for both spicy and non-spicy palates to gain enough satisfaction. Apart from how the crayfish makes this laksa just a bit more “atas”, the idea of the laksa being served simmering hot in the claypot with an amazing aroma sure made me feel like the price point of this was worth it.


The long bean is very tasty, crunchy with the "wok hei" flavour. The crispy salted fish dice make it more tasty.
The slice beef is just so-so, not all slices are tender.