Wo Peng Cantonese Cuisine Restaurant CNY Promotion

With the trend of many Chinese restaurants flanking their fanciful decor and modern twists to their dishes, the famous Wo Peng Cantonese Cuisine Restaurant prefers to keep its old school charm. And it’s no wonder, that this restaurant prefers to greet its diners with traditional wooden sign board paired with Chinese new year greetings on its side. A nostalgic and rare find in Singapore.

Ever wondered how Poon Choy came to Singapore? Famous for this lunar new year delicacy, Wo Peng Cantonese Cuisine owner and Platinum Award Chef Julian Tam Kwok Fai is the one who first brought in Poon Choy to Singapore from Hong Kong and even made it an everyday enjoyable dish.

For many who have tried, they have agreed that Wo Peng Poon Choy is the unami bomb. The long hours of stewing and steaming leaves the 13 premium ingredients a slippery succulent bite. In this treasure chest of a huge bowl, enjoy moments of discovering the different ingredients, the lower layer ingredients used to bring out the flavour of the top layer. Poon Choy at its best.


Many variations of Yu Sheng this year due to the raw fish scare, and Wo Peng Yu Sheng comes with crispy, flavoursome, freshly fried and addictive deep fried fish skin. If you know anyone else who does it better, let us know. The restaurant also uses vegetarian salmon, which is so uncannily similar to the real thing. Great job!


Nourishing and nostalgic, a bowl of good soup can warm up your heart. Soup is a deep tradition in Chinese cuisine, usually double boiled in 'slow fire'. At Wo Peng, the Double-boiled Whole Chicken Stuffed with Glutinous and Ginseng Soup is more like a huge pot of secret herbal elixirs! Open up the chicken and found treasures like black garlic and ginseng. The staff recommended to take the stuffed glutinous rice together with the soup and what a clever way! The grains of rice soaked in the ‘slow fire’ soup was a total melt in the mouth! Come discover what else are in this treasure of wealth!


This is a very interesting ingredient! Peach resin, also known as “peach blossom tears” is peach tree’s secretion of resin or amber-coloured gum. It is a common Chinese “medicinal” ingredient said to be rich in amino acids and lots of collagen. So happy to see many brown spots on the egg white as these are the beautifying peach resin!

Duck is a well-known dish in Chinese culture that has been considered one of the most delicious dishes all over the world. At Wo Peng, we have the best of both worlds: the duck is Smoked and Roasted Duck with Camphor and Tea Leaves.


Soft yet chewy sticky rice with lovely bits of dried shrimps, mushrooms and assorted chinese sausages. Sounds like a lovely mouthful, doesn't it?


Sounds like so much good food! The dessert is also a nostalgic one, a little sweet and very chewy. It was good to know that Wo Peng uses coconut milk for that extra flavour in this well-liked dessert.

Wo Peng CNY dine in set menus
From $368/6 pax and $598/10 pax.

Poon Choy for Take Out



Option A: $228 for 5 pax (Usual Price $298)
FREE $48 Yu Sheng with payment made by 31 Jan 2016
FREE treasure pot
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Option B: $428 for 10 pax (Usual Price $568)
FREE $68 Yu Sheng with payment made by 31 Jan 2016
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CNY Set Menu for Take Out (FREE TREASURE POT!)

Option C: $298 for 5 pax includes four dishes:
1 Wo Peng Poon Choy Braised Australian Abalone w/ Dried Assorted Seafood in Casserole
2 Prosperity Crispy Fish Skin, Vegetarian Salmon Yu Sheng
3 Wok-Fried Glutinous Rice w/ Assorted Chinese Sausages
4 Deep-Fried Red Bean Pan Cake

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Option D: $528 for 10 pax includes four dishes:

1 Wo Peng Poon Choy Braised Australian Abalone w/ Dried Assorted Seafood in Casserole
2 Prosperity Crispy Fish Skin, Vegetarian Salmon Yu Sheng
3 Wok-Fried Glutinous Rice w/ Assorted Chinese Sausages
4 Deep-Fried Red Bean Pan Cake

For daily dine in reservation:

Furama City Centre Hotel (6533-2282)
My Village,Serangoon Gardens (6634-7666)
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