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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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Great for family meals or casual after-work dinners, head to Wok Master for an authentic yet affordable zi char experience in air-conditioned comfort. Tuck into classic dishes like Sambal Kang Kong ($8) and Golden Salted Egg Pork Ribs ($12). A must-try is the Dual Style La La Hor Fun ($12) with deep-fried and wok-fried flat noodles, which Burppler Shawn Loh describes as, "the wok-assisted smokiness was present and correct, while the deep fried flat noodles played it all keropok-esque mischief."
Photo by Burppler Shawn Loh


Our usual lunch spot. Food is decent and there is sufficient space for big groups. Their curry chicken is good and I can endure the spice for someone who doesn't really eat chilli. Paid $9.90++ with a drink (can choose between honey yuzu or honey lemon). I went with honey lemon, not too sweet!


Heard from staff this is seasonal, the rice was fried and bloasted and crispy. The broth is superb, however when it goes with the fried rice. It does not taste that good. You can taste the oily rice mixed with the broth and does not taste good at all.

Definitely will never try such combination again. Still prefer classic lobster porridge.

It's a pot of gold here... It has more than 5 types of seafood and more than 5 types of begs mix into the pot. The broth has a very solid favour into the mala base soup.

However the price is pretty expensive. Will only go back if there is offer for it.


Claypot Hokkien Mee lunch set ($9.80++) includes a drink.

Love it, the gravy was flavour pack and with wok hei. Perfect for a warm day. Only thing is the ingredients is kinda stingy for a $9.80 dish.

We also tried other food. Love their Mongolian chicken and fish curry too.

Plays like the forbidden love child sprung from a steamy, tequila-fuelled motel tryst between a bulking ngoh hiang and an erotically springy ball of sotong paste. Yes, this is no garden variety prawn roll. 3.7/5