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Wok Hey Menu Prices

Wok Hey Singapore Menu can be categorized as Xmas Edition Truffle Fried & Udon, Laksa Fried Rice, Dry laksa, Egg Fried Rice, Shanghai Fried Rice, Healthier Edition, Fresh Ramen, & Fresh Udon. Now let’s see them in detail one by one

WOK HEY XMAS EDITION TRUFFLE FRIED RICE PRICES

MENU ITEMSPRICE
Truffle Fried Rice MAXSGD 12.80
Truffle Fried Rice with Grilled ChickenSGD 9.80
Truffle Fried Rice with Braised BeefSGD 10.80
Truffle Fried Rice with Seasoned PrawnsSGD 10.80
Truffle Fried Rice with Smoked Turkey HamSGD 11.80
Truffle Fried RiceSGD 8.50

WOK HEY XMAS EDITION MENU TRUFFLE UDON PRICES

MENU ITEMSPRICES
Truffle Udon MAXSGD 12.80
Truffle Udon with Grilled ChickenSGD 9.80
Truffle Udon with Braised BeefSGD 10.80
Truffle Udon with Seasoned PrawnsSGD 10.80
Truffle Udon with Smoked Turkey HamSGD 11.80
Truffle UdonSGD 8.50

WOK HEY LAKSA FRIED RICE PRICES

MENUPRICE
Crab Meat Laksa Fried Rice MAXSGD 11.80
Laksa Fried Rice with Grilled ChickenSGD 8.30
Laksa Fried Rice with Braised BeefSGD 9.30
Laksa Fried Rice with Seasoned PrawnsSGD 9.30
Plain Laksa Fried Rice SGD 7.00
Wok Hey Laksa fried rice

WOK HEY DRY LAKSA PRICES

MENUPRICE
Crab Meat Dry Laksa MAXSGD 11.80
Dry Laksa with Grilled ChickenSGD 8.30
Dry Laksa with Braised BeefSGD 9.30
Dry Laksa with Seasoned PrawnsSGD 9.30
Dry LaksaSGD 7.00
Wok Hey Dry Laksa Menu

WOK HEY EGG FRIED RICE PRICES

Egg Fried Rice are served with premium Japanese Rice, Spring Onions & Eggs

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MENUPRICE
Egg Fried Rice with Smoked Turkey HamSGD 8.90
Egg Fried Rice with Wild Caught Crab MeatSGD 10.90
Egg Fried Rice with Grilled ChickenSGD 6.90
Egg Fried Rice with Braised BeefSGD 7.90
Egg Fried Rice with Seasoned PrawnsSGD 7.90
Egg Fried Rice (No Protein)SGD 5.50
Wok Hey Menu
image source Wok Hey Facebook

WOK HEY SHANGHAI FRIED RICE PRICES

Shanghai Fried Rice are served with premium Japanese Rice, Spring Onions & Eggs

MENUPRICE
Shanghai Fried Rice with Smoked Turkey HamSGD 9.90
Shanghai Fried Rice (CRAB)SGD 11.40
Shanghai Fried Rice with Grilled ChickenSGD 7.40
Shanghai Fried Rice with Braised BeefSGD 8.40
Shanghai Fried Rice with Seasoned PrawnsSGD 8.40
Shanghai Fried Rice (No Protein)SGD 6.00

WOK HEY FRESH RAMEN PRICES

Fresh Ramen is served with premium Japanese Rice, Cabbage, Onion & Eggs

MENUPRICE
Fresh Ramen with Smoked Turkey HamSGD 9.90
Fresh Ramen (CRAB)SGD 11.80
Fresh Ramen with Grilled ChickenSGD 7.90
Fresh Ramen with Braised BeefSGD 8.90
Fresh Ramen with Seasoned PrawnsSGD 8.90
Fresh Ramen (No Protein)SGD 6.50

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WOK HEY MENU FRESH UDON PRICES

Fresh Udon is served with premium Japanese Rice, Cabbage, Onion & Eggs

MENUPRICE
Fresh Udon with Smoked Turkey HamSGD 9.90
Fresh Udon (CRAB)SGD 11.80
Fresh Udon with Grilled ChickenSGD 7.90
Fresh Udon with Braised BeefSGD 8.90
Fresh Udon with Seasoned PrawnsSGD 8.90
Fresh Udon (No Protein)SGD 6.50

WOK HEY HEALTHIER EDITION PRICES

MENUPRICE
Egg Fried Rice HE with Grilled ChickenSGD 6.90
Egg Fried Rice HE with Braised BeefSGD 7.90
Egg Fried Rice HE with Seasoned PrawnsSGD 7.90
Shanghai Fried Rice HE with Grilled ChickenSGD 7.40
Shanghai Fried Rice HE with Braised BeefSGD 8.40
Shanghai Fried Rice HE with Seasoned PrawnsSGD 8.40
Fresh Ramen HE with Seasoned PrawnsSGD 8.90
Fresh Udon He with Seasoned PrawnsSGD 8.90
Egg Fried Rice HESGD 5.50
Shanghai Fried Rice HESGD 6.00
Fresh Ramen HESGD 6.50
Fresh Udon HESGD 6.50
Wok Hey Healthier Edition menu

Is Wok Hey Halal?

Wok Hey Singapore is officially Halal Certified. So all Muslim friends can enjoy their meals with peace.

Wok Hey Singapore – Locations & Operating Hours

Wok Hey has 36 locations across Singapore. Below is the picture with complete details of address & Operating Hours.

Wok Hey Locations
Wok Hey Singapore Locations

We took all the images and prices from the following official sources of Wok Hey Singapore.

Using hot oil to cook food in a wok, such as when stir-frying or deep-frying meat, releases vapors that may include a number of carcinogenic substances.

It’s not difficult; you may choose between ramen, udon, Shanghai-style fried rice and egg fried rice. They have anything from braised beef to a sous-vide egg, so you can modify and add certain items and seasonings.

You may microwave wok to rewarm the meal before tucking in because they it is microwaveable.

The name “wok hey” means “breath of the wok” for a good reason. The food can dry out since it is continually exposed to air. You cannot cook it on induction because the majority of the time the food is not even in contact with the wok.

It describes the flavor and flavorings that a hot wok imparts on food while stir-frying, and is especially significant for Chinese cuisines that require for searing heat.

The smoky flavor that results from the caramelization of sugars, Maillard processes, and smoking of oil—all at temperatures much above those used in conventional western cooking methods—is the essence of wok hey.

The smoky flavor that results from the caramelization of sugars, Maillard processes, and smoking of oil—all at temperatures much above those used in conventional western cooking methods—forms the basis of wok hey.

Shanghai sauce is used by wok hey.

A professional stovetop or an open fire are the only ways to generate the tremendous heat necessary to produce wok hey, with temperatures that approach 300°C. 

Jake Chia is the co-founder of Wok Hey.

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