Definitely an Evening of Lively gathering with the other Foodies! I am a lover of Claypot food as
it takes time and patience to create an Awesome Dish. Good things are worth the wait.
It is situated at a corner of Serangoon North, it takes a bit of an effort to find this spot for a Good Meal.
Nice Display of Claypot Food
Its a variety in the Menu
Dishes that we were served
Sliced Fish w Bittergourd ($ 4.50)
The fish is fresh and nice big portion. Its not very spicy though there is chilli within.
I am a lover of Fishes.
Frog Leg Herbal Soup ($ 15.00)
The soup is tasty with a lot of traditional herbs added. I don't really like frogs but a bite for
tasting. Its still nicely cooked. Very nourishing soup!
Sesame Chicken Spicy ($ 4.50)
I simply love this dish though it tastes different from the Dong Bao Ji. To me, its a pass as the meat is tender. The chilli is a bit hot for those who can't take it.
Sambal Seafood ($ 7.00)
This is Claypot has a few ingredients : prawn, sotong, fish, mushroom, crabstick, and ladies finger. For those who wants to eat a bite of everything. It is the first time, I tried to eat this Sambal Seafood.
Liver & Kidney ($ 4.50)
This dish needs a bit of improvement as the liver still has a bit of porky aftertaste.
Personally, I am not a lover of Liver.
a) Sliced Fish w Bittergourd ($ 4.50)
b) Frog Leg Herbal Soup ($ 15.00)
c) Sesame Chicken Spicy ($ 4.50)
d) Sambal Seafood ($ 7.00)
e) Liver & Kidney ($ 4.50)
Its affordable and the portion of Claypot Food is sufficient for a group of 8 people.
Recommended for those who love Claypot.
Sliced Fish w Bittergourd,Sambal Kang Kong
Table Wait Time: 20 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Mar 05, 2014
Spending per head: Approximately $10(Dinner)Other Ratings: