Lai Wah Restaurant - Singapore
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Lai Wah Restaurant is a famous local Chinese restaurant serving Cantonese culinary cuisine at affordable prices. It became famous in the 60s as it was the world's 1st restaurant to serve Chinese New Year Yu-Sheng in 1964.
Lai Wah also invented the modern way of serving Yu Sheng with a pre-mixed special sauce made of plum sauce, rice vinegar, kumquat paste and sesame oil. His founder late Mr Wong Kok Lum
Since 1963, Lai Wah Restaurant was the world's first restaurant to bring you famous dishes such as Chinese New Year Yu-Sheng, Yam Pot with Shredded Meat, Mandarin Stewed Chicken, Chilli Crab and much more
Now, Lai Wah Restaurant at Bendemeer Road is run by the descendants of the late founder Mr Wong Kok Lum: his eldest son Mr Wong Kah Onn and his wife Mrs Helen Wong-Lim
Last order at 9:00pm
During Chinese New Year, early booking is highly recommended.
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