Wan Chai Hong Kong Tea Room

As of 2013, Wan Chai Hong Kong Tea Room is now 12 years old since its opening.
In all that buzz and fuzz, the cafe mimics the cosmopolitan city of Hong Kong.

Sadly, the concept of a 'tea room' is nowhere near its title. I felt uncomfortable eating in the restaurant because there were no partitions for privacy. With the open-concept restaurant near Daiso Japan in IMM, anyone who passes by would naturally want to take a look at what you're eating.
The menu doesn't clearly state that payment must be made when you order, and it is not surprising to spot a queue at the counter.

I ordered a bowl of Shrimp Wanton Noodles, while my dining partners ate Dumping Soup Noodles (水饺面)for $4.50 each. One can't really tell the difference between the two.

Take a closer look and you will find that the Dumplings are larger in size as compared to the Shrimp Wanton.
The fillings of the Shui Jiao consisted of minced meat and chopped vegetables. 

The wanton's filling is made of minced pork, coarsely diced shrimp, finely minced ginger, finely minced onions, sesame oil and soy sauce. I can't help but find a close similarity with the Italian tortellini or Jewish kreplach. 


We also ordered Fried Brinjal with pork floss. It was crispy, delicious and fragrant all at once!

Wan Chai Hong Kong Tea Room
2 Jurong East St 21 #03-51 Singapore 609601
+65 6561 8801
8.30am - 9.30pm
Wan Chai Hong Kong Tea Room Wan Chai Hong Kong Tea Room Reviewed by Shermaine Lau on 2:10:00 PM Rating: 5

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