from Taitung, Taiwan, Woo Ricebox serves up a variety of Ricebox and Taiwanese
snacks. Bringing to us the authentic Taiwanese taste, Woo Rice box currently
has two outlets in Singapore – one at Jurong Point and the other at Ocean
have a go at the Ocean Financial Centre outlet for lunch the other day. This
outlet serves mainly the working crowds in the CBD hence service is rather fast
and orders are usually packed for takeaway or in boxes for convenience.
keen for something light, the new Oyster/Shredded
Chicken Mee Sua ($4.90/$3.90) and the Crispy
Wrap ($3.90) would be good choices. The Mee Sua was rather average and can
be perked up by adding more vinegar and pepper. On the other hand, the Crispy
Wrap was done just right. The batter was crisp even after some time and the mix
of meat and veges gave the wrao a good flavor.
dishes would probably be either the
Braised Pork Belly Ricebox ($8.90) or the Spicy Drumstick Rice Box ($8.90). The Braised Pork Belly brings
memories back while having the ones in Taiwan. Although the feel wasn’t there,
the tummy simply enjoyed the finely braised ingredients.
See the chicken in the middle ? The Chicken Drumstick is served whole, which forces you to use your hands to grab that delicious crispy drum and tear it open with a bite.
Most of Woo Ricebox ingredients are specially imported from Taiwan – the grains, marinades, to give these dishes an authentic flavor.
contented and itching for a snack? Woo Ricebox also sells tidbit dishes like
the Salt & Pepper Popcorn Chicken
($3.90), Fried Sweet Potato ($3.50)
and Battered Mushrooms. Loved the
fried sweet potatoes and the battered mushrooms.
review: shauneeie3.5hands. You don’t have to fly to Taiwan to get your
riceboxes now. Tired of your usual lunch? Woo Ricebox at OFC will certainly be
10 Collyer Quay
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