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Geylang Clay Pot Rice

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Address: 639 Geylang Road, 389570
Located on Geylang Road, this stall specialises in claypot rice cook partway using gas then finished on a charcoal stove.

Closed on Mon, Tue to Sun: 11.30am - 04.00pm, 05.00pm - 12.00am

+65 67444574
$16 based on 33 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (5 votes), Children/Family (4 votes)

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The cze char is limited but pretty awesome

For the full review, please see http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2014/06/geylang-claypot-rice.html

Although the claypot chicken rice is the order of the day, there's a smattering of cze char dishes that shouldn't miss out on.

Every claypot rice is only cooked upon order, so waits for your food can take up to an hour and a half during peak periods. A tip is to call ahead before going down (the staff will let you know when your rice will be ready), and you can time your arrival for dinner.  

We had:

1) Claypot Rice ($14 for 2 pax): loaded with succulent soy chicken chunks, Chinese sausage slices, salted fish and leafy greens on a bed of fluffy, fragrantly smoky rice and a crisped bottom. You add your own dark soy so you can adjust the amount according to your preferences.

2) Lotus Leaf Pork ($14): only available on weekends but so worth it.  Fork-tender pork ribs, chicken feet (which we don't eat), mushy chestnuts and braised mushrooms drenched in a luscious gravy. 

3) Tofu with Prawns ($12 for small): Charmingly homestyled. Smooth egg tofu was paired with fresh bouncy prawns and doused in a mellow egg-drop gravy.

4) French Beans with Shrimps ($8 for small): great wok hei and had a lovely crunch

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• 08 Aug 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Very Bad

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Staff attitude very bad! Went there and waited and tell us they are closing. There are better ones in Singapore than them. Shall not visit this again.
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• 15 Aug 2014 • 579 reviews • 20 followers

The cze char is limited but pretty awesome

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For the full review, please see http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2014/06/geylang-claypot-rice.html

Although the claypot chicken rice is the order of the day, there's a smattering of cze char dishes that shouldn't miss out on.

Every claypot rice is only cooked upon order, so waits for your food can take up to an hour and a half during peak periods. A tip is to call ahead before going down (the staff will let you know when your rice will be ready), and you can time your arrival for dinner.  

We had:

1) Claypot Rice ($14 for 2 pax): loaded with succulent soy chicken chunks, Chinese sausage slices, salted fish and leafy greens on a bed of fluffy, fragrantly smoky rice and a crisped bottom. You add your own dark soy so you can adjust the amount according to your preferences.

2) Lotus Leaf Pork ($14): only available on weekends but so worth it.  Fork-tender pork ribs, chicken feet (which we don't eat), mushy chestnuts and braised mushrooms drenched in a luscious gravy. 

3) Tofu with Prawns ($12 for small): Charmingly homestyled. Smooth egg tofu was paired with fresh bouncy prawns and doused in a mellow egg-drop gravy.

4) French Beans with Shrimps ($8 for small): great wok hei and had a lovely crunch
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• 18 Jan 2014 • 131 reviews • 0 follower

One of the best claypot rice in Singapore

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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.  Read more at www.
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