New to North Bridge Road is Wong Fu Fu, a new eatery that immediately refreshes the neighbourhood with its refreshing take on Taiwanese cuisine.
There’s Taiwan-style hot plate dishes, Mini Buffet Bar, free flow DIY bubble milk tea, bite-sized hot snacks, and more!
Here’s a look at some of them:
The Main dishes come with a choice of rice or noodles, eggs and a choice of their Signature sauces. Protein options are quite varied, including even a plant-based hamburg for vegetarians.
Once you have your main meal sorted, head to the Mini Buffet Bar where you can fill your plates with up to 15 different types of Cold and Hot snacks.
We spotted uniquely Taiwanese snacks like Fries with Plum Powder, Taiwanese Scallion Pancake with chicken floss, Taiwan-style Prawn Omelette and a classic favourite: Taiwanese Mee Sua with crab sticks!
All Main dishes come with free-flow drinks, including the Bubble Milk Tea which diners can customise with choices of 9 toppings.
Hot Plates start from S$25.90 to S$32.90 and there are also Kids’ meals from S$16.90 for 5-10-year-olds. The free-flow buffet and drinks come with an 80-minute dining time limit.
Weekday lunch specials from S$16.90
Good news for those on a shoestring budget – Wong Fu Fu will be offering a weekday lunch special starting from S$16.90 for selected hot plates!
And yes, you’ll still get to enjoy unlimited Bubble Milk Tea and access to the Mini Buffet Bar.
This special deal applies on Tuesdays to Fridays from 11.30am – 5pm only, till further notice.
[NEW] Taiwan-inspired milk shaved ice and snacks
If you’re not seeking a full meal, Wong Fu Fu will be introducing a new range of Taiwan-inspired milk shaved ice and snacks from Tuesday 30 May 2023.
The milk-shaved ice comes in various delicious flavours such as Bubble Milk Tea, Lychee Rose Berry, Lemon Aiyu and more.
Still feeling peckish? Fill your stomachs with a range of light bites like Taiwan QQ Mochi Sweet Potato Ball with Tater Tots, Chicken Spam Fries & Tamago Sticks Fries, or even a mixed platter of HAPPIEE Plant based snacks.
Wong Fu Fu has a seating capacity of 45 pax, including a 10-seat semi-private room for bigger groups.
Here’s a look at the space: