Janice Wong Restaurant
Address93 Stamford Rd, 01-06, Singapore 178897, Singapore 178897
Opening hourMon – Sat 11am to 11pm (last order 10.30pm)
Sun 11am to 6pm (last order 5pm)
Contact number+65 97125338
Price / Fee[3 years ago]
50 Layered Crispy Puffs ($12) ‧ BlackRed Duple Noodles ($18) ‧ Cassis Plum ($24) ‧ Chocolate Praline Poprocks Cake ($19) ‧ Corn Noodles ($16) ‧ Mini Pot of Siew Mais ($15) ‧ Mini Pots ($15) ‧ Prawn Spinach Noodles ($24) ‧ Signature 5 Dumplings ($15) ‧ Signature Cassis Plum ($24) ‧ Truffle Pork Gyoza Dumplings ($15) ‧ Warm Tiramisu ($21) ‧ Whimsical Buns ($8) ‧ XLB Tasting Platter ($20)
Signature DishesCassis Plum ‧ Mini Pots
Dishes[3 years ago]
BlackRed Duple Noodles and Corn Noodles ‧ Chocolate Praline Cake ‧ Hot Explosion XLB with Truffle Cheese Chicken ‧ Tiramisu ‧ Whimsical Buns with Liquid Egg
Boundless - this word aptly sums up Chef Janice Wong.
Dissatisfied with how desserts were never the highlight of a meal, she actively sought to change this perception with the opening of 2am: dessertbar in 2007. Her never ending passion for culinary art has propelled her forward to test the limits of dessert making, including constantly blurring the boundaries between sweet and savoury.
Questions and Tips
Information & Tips about Janice Wong?
Janice Wong – new look new menuThe xiao long baos in the “XLB Tasting Platter” ($20) were very good. We ordered a second basket.
Janice Wong | FacebookJanice Wong. 40K likes. Chef/owner 2am: dessertbar & 2am: lab
Author of Perfection in Imperfection
Janice Wong Flapship Restaurant at the National Museum of SingaporeAlthough Janice Wong might have won the title of Pastry Chef of the Year from the World Gourmet Summit Awards in 2011, 2013 and 2015, the savoury food has equal potential to go as far as her sweet treats. As the restaurant was very new when I visited it, I will update again when I pay another visit to the restaurant.
Janice Wong Singapore - Combining Art With Food, Dim Sum and Desserts Like Never Before. - DanielFoodDiary.comGoing to Janice Wong Singapore is perhaps like entering a food-meets-art gallery. Some pieces will draw you immediately, some you may walk past, while there are those which will leave a deep impression. And we should be proud.