Jia Wang Cafe Menu Prices Singapore 2024

Hello Jia Wang Cafe lovers, are you looking for the latest Jia Wang Cafe Menu? You have arrived at the right place then. We have uploaded their complete menu with pictures & updated prices. Below you will find the latest Lists of Jia Wang Cafe Menu 2024 Singapore with prices.

Jia Wang Cafe Menu Singapore

Jia Wang Cafe Menu Singapore With Prices List


Starters 首发

Indulge in their mouthwatering Fu Rong Omelette and Minced Meat Omelette, both starting at just S$10.50. For a delightful tofu experience, try their Hotplate Beancurd and Stewed Beancurd, priced from S$12.50. Don’t miss out on the flavorful Si Ji Dou, a delightful shrimp and edamame combination.

Soups 汤

Meat Dishes 荤菜类

Their mouthwatering selection includes the must-try Deep-fried Shrimp Paste Chicken, Diced Chicken with Ginger & Spring Onions, and flavorful Fried Garlic Pork. Don’t miss out on their Hong Kong Style Pork Ribs and delectable Sweet & Sour Pork. With a diverse array of options like Pork with Ginger & Spring Onions and Pork with Curry Sauce, you’ll be spoilt for choice. For beef enthusiasts, Jia Wang Cafe offers enticing dishes like Beef with Ginger & Spring Onions, Beef with Black Pepper Sauce, and Beef with Mixed Vegetables. Prices start from just S$14.50, making it an affordable and satisfying dining experience.

Seafood 海鲜

Noodles 面

From the savory Pig Trotters Fried Bee Hoon to the rich Seafood Hor Fun with Gravy, each dish was a delightful burst of flavors. The prices are quite reasonable too, starting from just S$6.50. If you’re a noodle enthusiast like me, this place is a must-visit for an authentic and satisfying meal.

Rice 饭类

Their menu boasts a variety of delectable rice dishes, including the flavorful Wang Wang Fried Rice, Rice with Gravy, Sambal Fried Rice, Seafood Fried Rice, Salted Fish Fried Rice, Sweet & Sour Sliced Fish with Rice, Sweet & Sour Pork with Rice, Pork Ribs with Rice, Ginger & Spring Onions Pork with Rice, Curry Pork with Rice, and Beef & Kailan with Rice. With prices starting from just S$ 6.50, you can savor these mouthwatering dishes without breaking the bank.

Beverages 饮料

Jia Wang Cafe Alternative Restaurants

How many branches does Jia Wang Cafe have in Singapore?

Hello! Please come support us at Jia Wang Cafe. We sell tze char at 3 locations – Blk 4 Jalan Bukit Ho Swee, Blk 221 Jurong East St 21, and Blk 46-1 Commonwealth Dr. See you soon!

Who owns Wang Cafe Singapore?

In the bustling city of Singapore, the proud owner of the beloved Wang Café is none other than NTUC Foodfare Co-operative Ltd. This remarkable company takes care of both the Heavenly Wang and Wang Café brands, overseeing their management and ownership with great care. So, the next time you savor a delightful cup of coffee or enjoy a delicious snack at one of these cozy cafes, you’ll know it’s all thanks to the dedicated efforts of NTUC Foodfare Co-operative Ltd!

What is the difference between Wang and Heavenly Wang?

Heavenly Wang is an extension of the beloved Wang Café, offering a delightful selection of signature kopi and toast, just like Wang Café does. However, what sets Heavenly Wang apart is its focus on providing a halal range of food and beverages, along with a variety of traditional bakery delights.

What is the difference between Wang and Wong?

Wang held the title of the most common surname not just in China but across the globe. Its simplified character 王 translates to ‘king,’ reflecting its historical significance. However, what makes it even more fascinating is how it transforms into ‘Wong’ in Cantonese and Hakka dialects, and takes the form of ‘Ong’ in Hokkien.

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Christopher Tan Author at eatzeely.com

Author: Christopher Tan

Hi there! I’m Christopher Tan, an award-winning writer, cooking instructor, and photographer. My passion lies in combining my love for words, images, and of course, food to create meaningful experiences. I have been honored to have my work published in numerous esteemed publications, including the Sunday Times and Straits Times in Singapore, Saveur magazine in America, and The Peak magazine.

I have expressed my love for food through the written word by authoring and co-authoring multiple cookbooks, including Chinese Heritage Cooking, Ask The Foodie and NerdBaker. I am thrilled to inspire others to create their own meaningful experiences through food, through my writing and teachings. I write restaurant menus and review on eatzeely.com

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