Tsui Wah (翠華), the Hong Kong-styled “Cha Chaan Teng (港式茶餐廳) has various outlets across the island (Jewel, Jem and Hereen), and has opened its newest outlet at Clarke Quay Central.  This outlet opens late into the night on Fridays and Saturdays so it can be the next supper destination for night owls or for those looking for food after partying at Clarke Quay. 

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We visited this outlet, which seems like the largest so far – with plenty of seating.  
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We started off with Tsui Wah’s crowd favourite, Crispy Bun with Condensed Milk.  This was indulgent for sure, but the buttered bread is well-toasted and drizzled with condensed milk.  The presentation is your fuss-free cha chaan teng style, so do not expect fancy plating. 
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I chose the Tossed Noodles with King Prawns in XO Sauce ($14.80) as my main and loved the flavours. 
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Typical Hong-Kong style springy egg noodles paired well with the fragrant XO sauce, with peeled prawns for convenience.  This makes for a quick lunch option. 
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My dining partner had the steamed rice with pork cartilage on scrambled egg and black truffle paste.  I tried some and found the pork cartilage tender, but thought that the truffle flavours could be stronger.  It would also be good to have a bit more sauce so the rice below would not be too dry.
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If you are there in a larger group, Tsui Wah also has sides such as this Sweet and Sour Pork – chunky pieces of meat fried and coated with sweet-sour sauce.  

We saw that they have breakfast and afternoon tea sets available and will explore those menus during our next visit.  

Budget per person: $10 – 15 per person
  • Tsui Wah Clarke Quay Central

  • Phone
    +65 6978 9274
  • Address
    6 Eu Tong Sen St, #01-08, Singapore 059817
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