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Telephone
6487 3481
Introduction
Boasting 200 items on the menu, diners can savour comfort food borne from simple recipes characteristic of the typical Hong Kong and Macau cafes, local Singapore favourites, tim sum and tea-time snacks. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master
Other Info
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Restaurant Website
http://www.xinwang.com.sg/
Review (19)
Xin Wang Hong Kong Restaurant Cafe is one of the chains of casual Hong Kong restauurants sprouting up in Singapore serving homely, tasty and affordable meals. I am sure that most of you are no stranger to their Gong Zai Mian (aka instant noodles cooked with ingredients), Chicken Cutlet with Rice, HK-styled French Toast and Papaya Milk Soup etc.I too, have eaten at different branches of Xin Wang, many times.Today I had the Shrimps Crispy Noodle (Shen Mian) at SGD$12.90h, and was glad to find that it held the very flavor of a good, traditional local Zi-Char style crispy noodle. The ingredients were aplenty - there were at least 4 juicy prawns leaping up from the noodle literaly as I flipped the noodle. The egg-starch gravy was thick mixed nicely, not too gooey. Best of all was the noodle - crispy to its name, till I infused part of it into the gravy.* Leah had the Bamboo Rice with Chicken - it took them a while to prepare, but the chicken was tender and infused with the tasty soy sauce. The rice somehow tasted more fragrant cooked in this manner.For drinks, I had the Iced Yuzu Drink; it seems lately I am absolutely mad about yuzu (pomelo), but I just adore the refreshy zesty -sweet combination of this fruit. The citrusy drink perked me up tremendously, and was perfect after my mains. Of course, the real yuzu sacs enhanced the overall texture and flavor greatly.Well, with affordable, homestyled hearty dishes like these, coupled with large variety of drinks, I am not surprised if we return anytime soon.for full review, please visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/11/lunch-at-xin-wang-hong-kong-cafe.html continue reading
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Level2 2013-08-22
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Having been there a few times, the only reason why you would visit this place, really, is for their desserts or the mere fact that there arent enough 24/7 establishments when you are hungry at night.This time round we went there specially for desserts and i guess something cold and sweet wouldnt fail.Saw someone at the next table ordering this red bean ice and we decided to order it. Was a pleasant surprise. Red bean flavour was just right, and the best part is that when you cut open the insides of it there is still red bean and grass jelly. definitely something you cant find elsewhere.The mango pomelo ice was blah, nothing splendid nor too bad about it. just a normal dish that you can find everywhere. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-23
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Is an impromptu meet up cos I have a birthday platter to redeem from 新旺 HK cafe so happen that we will be in Kovan we called the Tan family for a meet up. Afraid that there will be long Q we headed there early and it was pouring heavily when we reached. We each had a main dish and the platter to share. Platters was really big with different dishes inside. Hor Fun served in a big portion it was tasty! Chicken rice was good as well after that will be dessert time for all I opt for the dumplings. It was very Q and chewy. The queue started to form up when we just finished our dessert just nice it was time to go too. The seating for large groups was kind of limited. I hate the semi circle kind of seatings because sometimes it can be quite cramped especially when you order a lot of food to share. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-15
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Hubby has not had dinner and so we walk over to Xin Wang Hong Kong Café for his dinner.I had Iced Peach Tea. I like their iced peach tea as their tea is not very sweet and there are chunks of canned peach in it. Nice and refreshing drink.hubby prefers their yuan yang, a mixture of coffee and tea.Fried prawn fritters, crispy beancurd skin with prawns fillingFried carrot cake, crispy on the outside and soft inside..Char Siew Bao, the skin is soft and the filling is fragrant and delicious. continue reading
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Level2 2013-05-14
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Here for supper after midnight movie again! this place opens til 4 am! Their main dishes to me were a little small, which always leave stomach room for their side dishes which never failed to disappoint and desserts which i always feel the portions are often way to much and sick to have after eating a while.i almost always order their tang yuan in paste when im here as it is one of those desserts with sizing i felt was okay to eat along. Pretty decent but nothing to scream about. I have tried their entire dessert menu and the warm coconut sago is my favourite item!Food always served freshly cooked so everything tasted pretty good to me. Loved their dimsum especially gyoza and mango prawn roll.Place was packed and noisy even at 3am. Service rather quick though took some effort to get attention of staffs at times. Food little pricey in my opinion. continue reading
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