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It is my first time trying out dishes at Pot Luck and it was recommended by my cousins.What we ordered arerawn Paste Chicken($7.90), Curry Chicken($7.90), Assam Stingray($5.90), Claypot Bee Hoon($5.90) and Steamed Grouper($15).What’s interesting here is that we just have to top up $2.80 per person to enjoy free flow drinks and $1.50 for free flow of rice from the self-service counter.It is a good concept after I finished my meal as we would be having quite a lot of rice to go with their deliciou
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It is my first time trying out dishes at Pot Luck and it was recommended by my cousins.

What we ordered are:
Prawn Paste Chicken($7.90),
Curry Chicken($7.90),
Assam Stingray($5.90),
Claypot Bee Hoon($5.90) and
Steamed Grouper($15).
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What’s interesting here is that we just have to top up $2.80 per person to enjoy free flow drinks and $1.50 for free flow of rice from the self-service counter.
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It is a good concept after I finished my meal as we would be having quite a lot of rice to go with their delicious and thick curry and assam sauce ;D

First dish I tried was the prawn paste chicken. It is crispy and has a strong fragrant spicing flavor.
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The meat is juicy and tender and the flavour penetrates into the meat.
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Next up is the Claypot Bee Hoon. It is nice and the flavor is strong and just right. The taste of the soup is rich and flavoursome. The bee hoon is nicely cooked to the right texture and retains a ‘QQ’ texture ;D
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What I love most is their Assam Stingray where the assam taste is deep within the fish meat.

The assam taste is sour and sweet, and not too spicy. The sourness is really appetizing and pleasing to the taste.

Although it is sour but the taste is balanced with the slight spiciness and also the freshness of the fish.

The gravy is thick and goes really well with the white rice. We had a few rounds of rice just to have this assam ;D

It isn’t too salty either.
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The curry is thick and nice too. The dishes here are not too spicy and the flavours are appropriately balanced.

The curry chicken meat is tender but they use chicken breast meat which I don’t really like.

Other than this I have nothing much to pick about it.

Would definitely be back to have their Assam stingray, Prawn paste chicken and Claypot bee hoon. Probably try out other dishes as well


The price is acceptable and considerably affordable too. A relatively economic price for a fulfilling and delicious meal at a restaurant ;D
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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