Located in Il Terrazzo, Wangfu in Tomas Morato serves Singaporean-Chinese comfort food that’s simple yet incredibly delicious. Walk inside and there’s no mistaking what you’re here for. There are so many different ingredients at play on their menu, and the sum of their parts is outstanding. Since it’s housed in a strip mall, it’s a good place for a casual weeknight dinner or a quick lunch. If you’re in the area craving Singaporean or Chinese food, stop on in! 🙂
Review of Wangfu Chinese Cafe (Tomas Morato, Quezon City)
The ambient lighting, the comfortable and chic chairs, the cool palette or grays, orange and crystalline reflections as well as accents make up a casual vibe at Wangfu. This is a Chinese cafe where good conversations, heartfelt laughter, and great moments come to life. I love how the walls were made to look like the exterior of Singaporean shophouses. These cultural features bring the feeling of being transported to Singapore.
The Hong Kong Style Pork Chop Rice (PhP 198) came with a generous serving of rice, topped with a cheesy cream sauce and tender pork chops. A very cozy sort of dish.
If you’re ordering a rice bowl, it will be hard to resist the urge to get the Nanyang Milk Tea (served hot or cold) so just let it happen (add P40). The milk tea tastes authentic with just the right balance of milk and tea.
Stir Fried Ramen (PhP 138) was quite enjoyable, with excellent plump and juicy noodles and a nice chewiness.
Salted Egg Fried Squid (PhP 398) demonstrated a mix of crispy and supple textures that played well. Taste was salty and savory yet flavorful you’ll be messaging your friends before you even wipe your fingers off! We’re big fans of this dish.
Price for Value:
Wangfu in Il Terrazzo delivered pretty much exactly what it advertised: a mash-up of Singaporean-Chinese food favorites that hit the spot. Prices may not be on the cheap side but are reasonable given the quality and tastes of food served. We’re excited to visit for another great meal! Dimsum, Cereal Prawns, Wangfu Hainanese Chicken Rice, and Hong Kong Style Seafood Rice all look awesome on the menu. 🙂