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Telephone
6744 4574
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 16:00
17:00 - 00:00
Mon
Closed
Tue - Sun
11:30 - 16:00
17:00 - 00:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/geylangclaypotrice/
Signature Dishes
Chilli Lala Claypot Curry Pork Rib Claypot Rice Lian Ou Ya Nonya Hong Ban Pork-Ribs King
Review (13)
Level1 2015-02-08
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The food all tasted very nice! Not hard to find at all the location. Open till 12mn. Waiting time abit long as usually the rice needs time to cook and followed by the ingredients. So love the Assam fish recommended by the person. Taste absolutely nice! The stir fried Kailan was well cooked & it taste nice. Overall the food is nice! Worth trying! But somehow this 3 dishes cost total of $60++ Rather abit expensive. continue reading
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Level4 2014-04-06
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With more than two decades of history, Geylang Claypot Rice had delighted patron’s appetite at least three generations of Singaporean. Strongly recommended by a friend, I was curious to find out more and decided to take my late dinner over there. Reservation was recommended to avoid disappointment, the stall was too famous to visit. Just like what I expected, the place was lively crowded upon arrived. Except a little stuffy, the environment was still considered not bad with friendly service provided. It took quite a while to get our order done, the chef cooked everything from the scratch.One of the signature recipe, sizzling pot of rice was the must-order dish. I can understand that Charcoal cooking was the best way to infuse nice smoky flavour, chicken was juicy fragrant and well-marinated. Stir-fried on our own, the rice was perfectly mixed with Salted-fish, Chicken, Chinese Pork Sausage and veggie. Crunchy burnt bits of rice sticked at the bottom were awesome, impressive wonderful texture and taste for me. Best eaten while it was still hot, portion was rather generous. Overall was a satisfied meal, I don’t mind to travel here again to try out other specialties. continue reading
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Claypot Rice瓦煲饭Claypot is their signature dish and ones should not miss out, the claypot rice is cooked to order in an earthen pot, laden with a myriad of ingredients including well marinated chicken pieces, Chinese sausages, waxed pork and bits of fragrant salted fish. The claypot rice was very well cooked and taste scrumptious, the rice is cooked directly from the claypot and that takes at least 25 minutes to one hour wait. So do call them up to book in advance. The claypot came with generous chunk of chicken meat which was succulent, together with other ingredients truly makes the claypot rice here an excellent dish that you cannot miss. Home-made Tofu with Prawns自制豆腐虾球The home-made bean curd was silky soft and flavoursome, fried with prawns and topped with the gravy which is hauntingly lip-smacking, this simple and yet satisfyingly dish is certainly a love by many. Lotus Duck莲藕鸭One of the best lotus duck we even tasted, the duck braised for a long time to achieve tenderness that easily melt in your mouth. The sweetness of the lotus root are well infiltrated into the duck meat making this seemingly boring looking dish a big hit here. Stir-fried French Beans with Shrimps干炒四季豆A wok with high heat and quick stir-fried is a must to retain the crunchiness and yet delicious vegetable. Lorong 33 claypot rice has never failed us for this dish, the perfectly cooked beans topped with the dried shrimps crumb and seasoning, another lovely dish that must try.Read more dishes review at www.ieatandeat.com continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-14
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This is one of the best claypot rice i ever eat, ingredients used are top grade, chicken being marinated, it is very tasty, there are mix of sausages inside, chilli very spicy, i personally don't eat the crust at the bottom, but this one is too nice that i eat, it tastes like japanese rice cracker, we did not order before we go, we wait 30 mins for it but it is worth the wait. the taste is too nice that i would like to go back again. Although 2 persons for $12,maybe a bit expensive, i don't mind to pay for good quality food. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-07
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Came by this place after Guan's abalone noodles was closed. Had to wait up to 30min for the claypot rice so we opted for ala carte dishes and plain rice (50cents each) instead. ordered the usual favourites like the lotus root duck $10, french bean with shrimps $8 and a salted vege toufu soup $6. As usual the duck was fantastic, with the sauce going so well with the rice. The french bean is also crunchy and the fried shrimps complements it. The soup was a little let down though, had expected those that was boiled for long in the porcelain bowl type but turn out its instant cooked ones. Total bill was $25 for 2 pax. I did not opt for the wet tissue as it was chargeable. Roadside parking lot is foc after 5pm, i think they actually hv free parking tie up with one of the "hui guan" at another lorong. if you can't find a lot, do check with them on that. continue reading
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