Famous Tsui Wah eatery to open Singapore outlet on 15 June

A Tsui Wah outlet in Hong Kong (PHOTO: Tsui Wah Restaurant)

Hong Kong’s famous Tsui Wah eatery will be open its first Singapore outlet at Clarke Quay on 15 June.

According to media reports, the restaurant – which can seat over 140 diners – will be located at 3A River Valley Road #01-03 and will open from 11am to 11pm daily. On its opening day, however, the restaurant will begin operations at 1pm.

The outlet, Tsui Wah’s first in South-east Asia, will offer signature items such as its Crispy Bun With Condensed Milk, Milk Tea and the Curry Series.

Chefs from Tsui Wah Hong Kong will be stationed here to help local staff with food preparation and to “ensure the high standards of quality and freshness”.

The Tsui Wah Group currently has 70 eateries in China, Macau and Hong Kong.

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