Mister Wu took over the space left by Jimoto-Ya who left China Squre for Joo Chiat. The decoration of the interior remains the same.
Menu at Mister Wu differ from day and night. Lunch set is extremely value-for-money. There are either $11 or $15 lunch set whereby diners get to choose a Noodle or a Rice, a side and a Tea (all hot except one cold).
There are a handful of sides option. I was attracted to a number such as Pi Tan Tofu, Jellyfish and the Ping Pong Wanton. Our first choice of side was a Chicken item. I can’t remember the name of the dish. It turned out to be 3 thinly slice chicken roll. Light lychee and floral flavour. Very unique taste.
I chose the Fried Ping Pong Wanton. When I saw it on the menu, I wonder why it was named Ping Pong. Only to realize when it was served. The size is huge and equivalent to the size of the Ping Pong. Tasty crispy wanton with good amount of filling. In short, it was good.
We were in luck, 2 of the sides that I was eyeing was on the house; Pi Tan Tofu and Jellyfish Salad. Formerly was silky tofu in rich pitan sauce, I love it. Latter was lightly chewy and crunchy with intense flavour from the marination.
Though there were numerous Mains, however, my friend and I were lured by the Crispy Hakka Pork Chop Dry La Mian. We ended up ordering the same. We love the toothsome chewy noodle.
The pork cutlet was tasty, tender and crispy. The only feedback I have was that it could be less oily.
Mister Wu offers affordable tasty lunch set. I am sure once you tried, you will be their returned customer.
3 Pickering Street, Nankin St, 01-44/45, Singapore 048660
Tel: +65 6781 3833
Monday – Saturday 1130 to 1430, 1800 to 2200 | Closed on Sundays
- Downtown line – Telok Ayer station, Chinatown station
- North East line – Chinatown station
- Opp Hong Lim Complex along South Bridge Road 61, 80, 145, 166, 197
- Opp Hong Lim Complex along Upper Cross Street 51, 63, 124, 174, 174e, 186, 851, 961, 970
- Hong Lim Park along Pickering Street 186, 970
- Chinatown Point along New Bridge Road 2, 12, 33, 54, 143, 147, 190, CT8, CT18, CT28
- People’s Park Centre along Eu Tong Seng Street 54, 124, 145, 147, 166, 190, 851
- People’s Park Complex along Eu Tong Seng Street – 2, 12, 33, 61, 63, 80, 143, 197, 961, 970
*Disclaimer: We paid for the meal except the 2 sides mentioned in the post was on the house.