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Opening Hours
Mon - Fri
11:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 23:00
Sat - Sun
11:00 - 23:00
Public Holiday
11:00 - 23:00
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/ClaypotFunSingapore
Signature Dishes
Pork Liver Preserved Meat Claypot Rice
Review (7)
Level4 2013-12-12
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The minute I walked in, it was as if I was transported back to the past, in the 60s, 70s... The place is really retro, ranging from the wall pictures, furniture and the utensils used. Kinda cool hor?Mixture of Chicken & Sausage ClaypotWe ordered 1 big claypot rice for sharing among 3 adult and 1 kid. There is this option to have a mixture claypot ( 2 in 1 pot) rice with a top up. Good for those who wanna try the different varieties. A close up of the "topping"Chinese sausage, chicken and mushroom basically.. Food wise, I dun find it fantastic. In fact, over-rated with a higher price. Each claypot rice is priced at $10+ or more, which we can probably get the same standard kind of claypot rice at hawker centre with lower cost.The rice was not exactly fragrant, and the topping was considered little for that portion of rice. I'm not someone who dun take oily food, but it was oily without the fragrance.. so having a small bowl was enough..To read more and view photo, please visit http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2010/01/claypot-fun.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-13
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This claypot rice may not look appealing to you in this picture but it tasted better than it looked. Although they don't use dark soy sauce (in fact, they don't provide you dark soy sauce even when you ask for it), but this claypot rice is not bland at all. It was well-favoured and very fragrant. I found it less greasy too although lard oil was used here.Claypot with Chinese sausage, preserved meat and liver sausage ($16.80)This claypot liver didn't fail us as well. Very generous serving and the liver was very tender.Claypot Liver ($9)I would definitely love to come back again to try the other types of claypot dishes continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-26
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Had claypot fun for lunch. This was the lunch set, pretty good value. It comes with a claypot rice, soup of the day and cod fish! I love cod fish, to me that is the king of all fish! Love the oiliness and the fragrance of the fish. Love that it is so fat! This piece of fish comes top with preserved vegetable )(chai po), giving it a nice crush and lots of flavour. The clay pot rice was not bad either. All in all a pretty satisfying lunch! continue reading
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Level4 2012-01-06
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Read a rave review about Claypot Fun in one edition of the Sunday Times so made it a point to try it out one weekday afternoon (The very day the article was published, I attempted to try it out but was put off by the 45min wait for a table). Apparently the outfit is a collaboration between the Jumbo Group, Palm Beach and Seafood International.This newest entrant to the culinary scene at Big Splash is tucked in between a ramen shop and Starbucks. The interior is tiny and can probably seat about 20 odd pax while the tiny alfresco area can take another 10 tops. You probably wouldn't want to sit outside unless you don't mind the queue forming just behind you. One thing that irks me about this place is the seeming biasness in table allocation. Apparently the booth seats are meant for 4 pax and above and we only had 3, so we didn't qualify. However I spotted 2 people sharing one such booth and when I questioned the waitress, she said that there were 4 people. Well I sure didn't see an extra 2 people when they paid up and left.Watercress Pork Rib Soup - I thought that the watercress soup was a good start to the meal - light yet savoury. However the ribs were limited to 3 small pieces that looked more like a joke then anything else. Then again, its $5.20, so I probably shouldn't be expecting much.Sesame Chicken - I'm no fan of sesame chicken and this one wasn't just about to change my mind. The chicken pieces, though soft, were very oily and portion size was small. Overall an average dish.Claypot Rice with Chinese Sausage - Amidst all the hype about the claypot rice, I was disappointed to say the least. And I'm sure I echo the sentiments of my dining partners as well. Apparently the claypot rice was done (according to the waitress) HK style, which meant no black sauce. In lieu was a concoction of sesame oil and soy sauce, which had to be added by the customer himself/herself or by the wait staff upon request. I noticed that the "sauce" was segregated into 2 layers because oil floats and what went into our rice was mainly sesame oil. That obviously didn't sit well with any of us as the rice was quite oily yet dry at the same time. The Chinese sausages were alright but I prefer mine drier.A semi filling lunch for 3 cost to the tune of $44, which sure isn't cheap for the quality of food. Sure the place utilises pseudo rooster motif bowls and other utensils from yesteryear but nostalgia can only take you so far. Having said that, I'm no expert on claypot rice so take your chances. As for me, I'm happier spending half that amount for the claypot rice at Chinatown. continue reading
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Level3 2011-10-26
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Fish slice porridge was great, the texture of the porridge was ideal, the fish slices was fresh and good. The fried fritters (you tiao) were really delicious, it's been a long time I had such nice you tiao that I won't feel guilty after eating them. It's worth the calories intake. The shrimp cheong fun we ordered was great too! It was smooth and not thick, some restaurants can't even get this right texture and smoothness. The warm soya bean was also good, it has a great taste. The HK milk tea is normal. continue reading
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