If you love bubble tea as much as I do, you will be happy to know that this restaurant along North Bridge Road near Kampong Glam might be heaven on earth for you. Wong Fu Fu is a one-of-a-kind restaurant that serves Taiwan-inspired hotplates. And in true Taiwanese fashion, there is, of course, bubble tea on the menu — free flow some more.
The culinary concept behind Wong Fu Fu is based on the imaginary legend of a ‘Little Girl Who Played With Fire.’ Carrying on the story’s tradition, the restaurant hopes to invite people from all walks of life to dine in their cosy space. The restaurant is also Muslim-friendly and is in the midst of getting halal certification.
On the menu are hearty mains like Grilled Chicken (S$24.90), Grilled Lamb Chop (S$32.90), and Mixed Grilled Seafood (S$31.90), all of which come with a choice of carbs and sauce. Every order of a main gets you access to the mini buffet bar and the free-flow bubble tea and drinks — extremely value-for-money if you ask me!
There are also some Taiwanese favourites like the Signature Taiwan Fried Chicken Cutlet (S$25.90) and Three Cup Chicken (S$24.90). There’s even an IMPOSSIBLE™ Plant-Based Hamburg (S$25.90) served with Tomato sauce for the vegetarian folks — which was my favourite. Honestly, if you didn’t tell me that it was meatless, I wouldn’t have known better.
Notable mentions include the Taiwan Fried Chicken, which comes powdered with a hint of sour plum powder — just like those you would find at a Taiwanese street snacks booth. Those who enjoy seafood will love the Mixed Grilled Seafood which comes with a generous assortment of prawns, clams, and salmon.
Once you’ve settled on your main, you can head over to the mini-buffet bar to pick up some side dishes like sweet potato fries with sour plum powder, stir-fried lala with basil, and marinated king oyster mushrooms with chilli oil, amongst others.
But my favourite part of the entire restaurant is the free-flow DIY bubble tea station, where you can customise your milk tea to your preference. And since it is free-flow, you can add as many toppings and drink as many cups as you want. Bubble tea lovers — get ready to go all out at this station.
Toppings-wise, you can find the usual suspects like brown sugar pearls, rainbow konjac jelly, as well as various flavours of popping boba. Spoilt for choice? You can be like me and go for multiple rounds with different combinations each time (I had five cups, and both my heart and stomach are feeling very full). You can also customise the sugar level in your drink by adding as many pumps of sugar syrup your heart desires.
But if you’re not part of the generation that is obsessed with bubble tea, you can just stick to the rotating selection of drinks like Winter Melon Tea, Taiwan Red Tea, and Ice Lemon Tea – all free-flow. Wong Fu Fu also offers a lighter option that includes access to the mini buffet bar and free-flow bubble tea for just S$21.90 – perfect for a light tea time snack. You can even just pop by to take away the bubble tea for S$5.90.
Wong Fu Fu officially opens on 23 February 2023 and will be running a special opening Dine 4 Pay 3 promotion where in every group of four diners, one gets to dine for free. Do note that the promotion will end on 21 March 2023.
Craving some Taiwanese fare? Visit Wong Fu Fu to have your cravings satisfied!
Wong Fu Fu
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📍776 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198744
🕒 11.30am–10pm (Tue to Sun), Closed on Mon
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