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New Lucky Claypot Chicken Rice

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New Lucky Claypot Chicken Rice serves claypot chicken rice here in Holland Drive Market & Food Centre.

Mon - Tue: 11:00 - 13:30

Mon - Tue: 17:00 - 22:30

Thu - Sun: 11:00 - 13:30

Thu - Sun: 17:00 - 22:30

Closed: Wed

+65 67787808
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Dinner (15 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (11 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (8 votes)
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How Claypot Rice should taste like

Authentic Claypot rice, served steaming hot to your table. Every mouthful is so good you won't find yourself getting "jerlat" after awhile.

The queue can get abit ridiculous during dinner so be warned but the wait is well worth it.
The much commented on Watercress Soup is also quite something to enjoy.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Claypot rice10 votes
  • Standard order of claypot chicken rice with liver sausages2 votes
  • claypot chicken rice2 votes
  • Soup1 vote
  • salty veggie soup1 vote
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• 13 Feb 2015 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

How Claypot Rice should taste like

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Authentic Claypot rice, served steaming hot to your table. Every mouthful is so good you won't find yourself getting "jerlat" after awhile.

The queue can get abit ridiculous during dinner so be warned but the wait is well worth it.
The much commented on Watercress Soup is also quite something to enjoy.
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• 26 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Lucky claypot rice, just the way we love it

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Definitely one of our favourites for authentic claypot rice. The huge chunks of salted fish brings out the flavours of the rice so well. Most of the places have the ingredients mixed within the rice while for this, it is topped on the rice.We separated the ingredients and mixed the rice with the dark soya and oil so that we can taste the ingredients in its original taste.
 
 Remember to get a portion of the watercress soup to go with your rice!
 
 Full details here:
 http://www.thejewelsthatdance.blogspot.sg/2014/12/lucky-claypot-rivr.html
 
 More details here: http://www.thejewelsthatdance.blogspot.sg/2014/12/lucky-claypot-rivr.html
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• 12 Nov 2014 • 339 reviews • 3 followers

Good Claypot Rice at Holland Village

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This store has been operating opposite Clementi Central for a long time, before shifting to Holland Village, at the hawker centre on Holland Drive. 

They operate only at night.

Their claypot rice is cooked the old-fashioned way, over a charcoal fire. When you peer into the stall, you see a whole row of charcoal fire stoves. There is a system, where the strongest fire is at one end, while the weakest fire is at the opposite end. The son of the stall-owner (2nd generation) helps his father with the cooking of the claypot rice. 

It is easy to order: $10 for 2 pax, $15 for 3 pax, $20 for 4 pax... all increments of $5. You can also ask for more ingredients to your order, at $5!

They also have double-boiled soups, watercress soup, etc as well as poached green vegetables with oyster sauce.

Do come early, as the wait can go from 30 - 45 minutes during peak dining hours!

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