Get Your Fill Of Unlimited Dim Sum With Mister Wu’s Dinner Buffet At Only S$30

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For all my CBD folks, you are in for a real treat! Mister Wu at Pickering Street has introduced a Mister Wu’s Dinner Buffet (S$29+), which offers you a free-flow serving of over 30 dim sum dishes.  

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I tried out eight of the most unique and outstanding dishes available on the buffet menu, of which two are available at only one serving per person.  

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The star of the buffet, Hibiki Seafood La Mian (S$28 for a la carte), had a prominent alcoholic whiff as soon as the bowl of noodles arrived. Although Chinese la mian usually uses hua diao wine, Mister Wu tweaked the recipe and incorporated Japanese Hibiki whisky, giving the la mian a citrus aftertaste. 

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I particularly enjoyed the inclusion of a soft boiled egg—something commonly seen in Japanese ramen. I felt like the creaminess of the egg yolk added an extra depth of flavour to the bowl of la mian

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Another selling point of the buffet was Truffle Xiao Long Bao (S$4.80 for a la carte). It had a perfuming truffle smell and there was a good ratio of filling-to-skin. The best part? You can get unlimited portions of this dish throughout the buffet! 

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Without a doubt, I couldn’t go to a dim sum buffet without ordering siew mai. Introducing Abalone Pork Dumplings (S$3.80 for a la carte), which had a fishy aftertaste due to the abalone. Thankfully, the meatiness of the siew mai was able to cut the pungent taste of the abalone. Do note that this dish is only available for one serving per person too, just like the Hibiki seafood la mian!

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A classic dish to order at a dim sum restaurant is Prawn Dumpling (S$4.80 for a la carte). It had the ideal amount of prawn filling-to-skin, and was definitely a satisfying bite.

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One of my favourite dishes to get while having dim sum was also Golden Prawn Ball (S$4.80 for a la carte). Fried to perfection, the flaky skin wrapped a substantial amount of prawn meat. However, I would have preferred if they served the dish with a side of mayonnaise. 

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Another fried prawn dish on the menu was also Mango Prawn Roll (S$4.80 for a la carte). Topped off with sesame seeds and tangy mayonnaise, I loved the contrast of crunchiness and chunkiness of the prawn meat.

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Sounds like too much dim sum? I ordered a Lotus Leaf Rice (S$5.80 for a la carte) to complement my dim sum dishes. Packed with an abundance of chicken meat and glutinous rice, this was definitely a hearty dish. 

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I wrapped up my meal with a portion of Crispy Lava Buns (S$4.80 for a la carte). Although I’m not a fan of salted egg yolk, the bun had a good balance of saltiness which I appreciated. It was definitely different from the usual salted egg yolk buns that I have tried.    

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Mister Wu’s Dinner Buffet is only available exclusively for the first 20 customers daily. 

Dates & Times: Available for the first 20 customers at Mister Wu from 6pm – 10pm (Mon to Fri), 11.30am – 2.30pm & 6pm – 10pm (Sat)

Prices: S$29 per pax

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Mister Wu

3 Pickering Street, Nankin Row, #01-44/45, Singapore 048660

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Mister Wu

3 Pickering Street, Nankin Row, #01-44/45, Singapore 048660

Telephone: +65 6781 3833
Operating Hours: 11.30am - 2.30pm & 6pm - 10pm (Mon to Sat), Closed on Sun
Telephone: +65 6781 3833

Operating Hours: 11.30am - 2.30pm & 6pm - 10pm (Mon to Sat), Closed on Sun