639 Geylang Road, 389570
Asian, Cantonese, Chinese
+65 67444574

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

$15 based on 35 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (5 votes), Children/Family (4 votes) ...

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

What others are eating here

seafood wrapped in Bean curd skin
seafood wrapped in Bean curd skin
Claypot rice
Claypot rice
Claypot rice
Claypot rice
Pork ribs
Pork ribs
French bean with dried shrimp
French bean with dried shrimp

Latest Review for Geylang Clay Pot Rice

Overall RatingBased on 28 reviews
Most helpful review:

Old school Claypot Rice in Geylang!

Food/Drink 3| Value 3| Ambience 3| Service 4
Total Reviews: 27

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Well, remember to call in advance to make your order, they will need 30 minutes to prepare their claypot rice! Their claypot rice serving for two is more than enough to feed two people, you can skip ordering their other dishes unless you come in a bigger group.

If you do, their bean curd is supposedly delicious! You can get free parking at the nearby Huang Clan Association - check our blog post for all the details!

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Food was average, Service horrendous

Food/Drink 2| Value 1| Ambience 1| Service 1
Total Review: 1

i fail to see whats so great about the claypot rice here. granted, the chicken was tender but it was not particularly fragrant nor tasty. other dishes that we ordered - lotus soup and kangkong were alright at best and definitely overpriced ($8 for a meagre plate of kangkong??) and did i mention that the place was swarming with flies?

i do not expect restaurant service at a place like this but i do not expect to be antagonized either. the female waitress (prc) was extremely rude and condescending and is extremely impatient when she the fault is on her for not being able to understand our local accent and i can't even begin to fathom what will happen if we don't speak chinese. most of the time we have to help ourselves to our own chili and stuff so i don't understand why this place hires so many of these 'budget' labor to stand around and not do anything.

came here because my parents have been patrionizing here since they were dating but i guess a relic of the past should have been allowed its own quiet decline.

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Very Bad

Total Review: 1

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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The cze char is limited but pretty awesome

Food/Drink 4| Value 4| Ambience 2| Service 3
Total Reviews: 648

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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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