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Previously operating opposite Clarke Quay at Central, Le Chasseur is an air-conditioned Chinese restaurant serving crowd-pleasers such as claypot rice, chicken curry, tao suan and pig's trotters in vinegar. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 23:00
Other Info
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Claypot Chicken Rice Pig's Trotters in Vinegar Tao Suan
Review (10)
Level4 2014-12-25
Le Chasseur is hidden in the industrial estate of paya lebar. It is not easy to access the place without a car. Even with cars, it is not easy to find parking. You can parallel park across the street from the coffee shop. It is quite a big coffee shop so it is windy, airy and quite easy to find parkingThe owner is very friendly and will recommend you items from the menu and based on your party size, he will also recommend you portion sizes.pork bone soup was quite tasty and flavourful, but I felt quite thirsty after drinking it, so maybe MSG? or maybe just alot of pepper in the soup.braised porkOyster sauce veggiesThe claypot rice was my favourite and I will be back for more. I really love the burnt bits of rice at the bottom of the bottom. Okay so I am in love with a charcoal-rich diet, but I do enjoy the burnt rice alot. The meat in the rice is not dry, it is juicy and tasty.The omelette was okay, not oily, but nothing too fancy.The chicken was delicious and the portion here was too small, we had to re-order another plate of the chicken, as everyone on the table wanted more!!! It is quite addictive! continue reading
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Level4 2014-09-13
For full review - http://midas400.blogspot.sg/2014/09/dinner-at-le-chasseur.htmlYay for another impromptu dinner with evil sistas. The excuse for meeting up this time is distribution of homemade mooncakes by our talented baker sista. The venue of choice is the zichar stall with a French-like name, Le Chasseur, located at the industrial park area beside Eunos bus interchange.They occupied almost half of the Food Center premise, cordoned off with their own big round tables and chairs. Weekday evenings are pretty quite here, we get to choose where we like to sit. The staffs took order for drinks first while we ponder over the menu items on the self service order chit.We all had the cooling Grass Jelly drink $2.50+, served in a tall cup topped with refreshing wolfberries. This was loaded with smooth wobbly jelly and not too sweet, recommended!We finally placed order for 8 dishes for 5pax to share. All dishes are served one portion only, except for their signature claypot rice which comes in small or large portion. Portion is small so we can order many dishes to try.First up, Fried Chicken Wings $6.50+. Crispy on the outside and succulent on the inside, very well executed comfort food. We ordered another serving after wiping out the first one.Sambal Kangkong $5.60+, nice and crisp kangkong with extra belachan chili served by the side for easy customization of spiciness. Very good too.Ngor Hiang $5.00+, another wonderfully executed home style dish. The flavorful minced pork rolls comes with bits of carrot, chestnuts and other vegetables. One roll is not enough for us, so we had seconds.Oyster omelette $9.00+, this one tasted pretty normal, nothing to shout about.Assam Pedas Fish $38.50+, choice of fish head or whole fish, we picked the latter. The portion was quite huge, and the fish has fierce looking eyes. The assam sauce was thick but I feel it is not tangy enough, it needs to be more sour to have kick.Crispy Pork Knuckle $30.00+, extremely huge serving of deep fried knuckle, pre-cut for easy consumption. The crackling skin was the highlight of the dish, the meat however is quite tough due to the deep frying. Overall, passable dish, and good value for money for the large portion.Claypot Chicken Rice (Large) $21.00+, Le Chasseur's signature dish that is a must order at every table. We could already smell the enticing aroma when it arrives at the table. The staff mixes the rice with some oil and dark sauce just before they served it onto our table.The dish lived up to its reputation of a signature dish, it is utterly fragrant with smoky aroma and packed with generous serving of tender chicken meat, tasty lup cheong, mushroom and bits of savory salted fish. Two thumbs up!After a hearty meal, we had a single portion of the Black Fungus Soup $3.70+ for dessert. We didn't realize it was a dessert till it was served at the end. It was a sweet soup with 'caramelized' softer than usual black fungus slices, and some wolfberries. Pretty good and unique dish, we were pleasantly surprised.We thoroughly enjoyed our dinner at Le Chasseur, food quality is quite impressive and prices are pocket friendly even though they charge GST. Service is prompt and efficient as well. We would definitely recommend this place to all easterners! continue reading
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Level2 2013-11-08
I was quite happy to hear that Le Chasseur has moved to a location nearer to me. I brought hubby there for lunch one day, and we were quite happy with the food standard. And he is quite picky with claypot rice, so I guess the claypot rice there is really good.We ordered a small chicken claypot rice (enough for 2 pax) and tau suan to share. I was more impressed with the tau suan with its caramel-sort-of taste, and the crispy you tiao.However, when we returned for dinner on another weekend with our family, the service is really slow and bad. They forgot about 1 of our orders, and yet they can claim that they were cooking that pot of rice. We had to wait for like 20 mins, only to realise they forgot about our order.Quite a disappointing experience, and we have not returned since. For more details, http://efatrie.blogspot.sg/2013/09/le-chasseur-good-food-but-prob-not.html . continue reading
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Do note that they have moved To Eunos from New Bridge Road. Very good assam fish...Good pork knuckle that is very big serving. Economical place to bring parents and grandparentS!Wide selection of food and small dishes! Do call for appointments if you have a big group going... More pics and details at http://www.eatprayflying.com/tzechar-review-le-chasseur-eunos/ continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-18
Happen to get to know that there is a new food place just located at my house there. French or chinese? thats what I thought in the first place!Read some review on this place so we went to give a try! We ordered a Claypot Rice (small $11), BBQ Live Prawns ($9.60), Fried Chicken Wings ($6.40), Butter Oatmeal Beancurd ($6.40) and a pot of Chrysanthemum Tea ($4). Claypot rice appeared at most table and it smells good! The waiter mixed sauce for us and handed to us after mixing it, generous chicken meat with chinese sausage makes the rice smell and taste good even Alyssa love it cos usually she will give a miss if she see with dark sauce. And I love digging the crispy charred bits and eat it!BBQ Live Prawn was very fresh and sweet, water cress soup was quite favourable and we love it! Fried Chicken Wings - crispy and not too salty. Oatmeal Beancurd - the combination sounds good but the beancurd was too dry which I dun like and won't go for it!We order 1 Tau Suan ($2.60) for dessert but I find it too sweet so I gave the rest to Goh to finished it. I will definately go back for more!For full review and more photos, please visit http://theresa-gohlee.blogspot.sg/2013/08/le-chasseur-french-or-chinese.html continue reading
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