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Address: 31 New Bridge Road, 059393
11 Mar 2012
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Good Claypot Rice but...

Full video review can be found at: http://youtu.be/czF9gfNt0OM

I recommend trying Le Chasseur's Claypot Chicken Rice and BBQ squid. The other side dishes still need to be perfected. For more details on what I ordered do check out the video above :) overall, still worth a try if you're in the area.
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Definitely Great Value With Delicious Food!

They have moved to this new location in Eunos Road 2. Foods quality is well maintained. Totally a value for money restaurant. With no MSG and preservatives, the food there is not greasy at all. We ordered the Claypot Rice, Bitter Gould With Egg and the Pork Knuckles. The pork knuckles is so fresh, tender and juicythat the meat doesn't get stucked to the bones. Perfectly cooked.
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they have moved to Eunos! Food quality still good though

Do note that they have moved. Very good assam fish. Wide selection of food! More pics and details at http://www.eatprayflying.com/tzechar-review-le-chasseur-eunos/
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Claypot Nom Nom

Food is delicious but the place has shifted. It is no longer there at north bridge. Its at eunos here. Pretty near de mrt. At the car repair shops area.
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Large menu but many unavailable

Metal shutters greeted us when we arrived but luckily, a Filipino waiter who was cleaning the tables outside the shop told us that they are opening at 5.30pm. Otherwise we would have thought that they were shut for good or closed for that day as the shop was supposedly to be opened all day. Visit: http://dairycream.blogspot.sg/2013/08/le-chasseur-not-french-but-chinese.html for FULL POST
 
 Although the place offer numerous dishes all plastered to the wall, about 50% of the items have been labeled "STOP", which meant that they are unavailable, much to our disappointment. Nonetheless, having pictures for menu is always a bonus for people such as my folks who read in Chinese.

We had the signature Claypot Rice (Small $11/Large $20) that appeared on every table.The medium-brown colored grains were not as intensely flavourful after first mixing by the waiter, but turned out better after we've added more dark soy sauce by ourselves.They were fairly fragrant, with sweet lap cheong, chunky chicken and rare slices of large-sized salted fish that might shock some unprepared tastebuds for the saltiness. But it is precisely the "kiam" taste that makes the rice appetising.
 
 The Sambal Eggplant $7, which leans towards the dry version, is tasty even without any visible dried shrimps. The bottom swam in the right amount of chilli oil but the inconsistent heat resulted in occasion tough pieces.
 
 We thought Butter Oatmeal Cereal Tofu $6 sounded like a wonderful combination of oatmeal and tofu but we would skip this next time. The tofu is nothing exciting, plain without any extra seasoning.  Fortunately, their special blend of sourish chilli sauce did help to tide through the dish.
 The crunchy Chye Poh Omelette $6, another popular dish at many tables, was not too bad, though the sweetness of chye poh did not emerge as strong as Taiwan-style chye poh neng. Would prefer it to be fluffier.
 
 For the desserts, the Tau Suan $2.50 was really good as it had been cooked with gula melaka. The beans also had the right texture and I like the fact that not too much tapioca flour had been added to thicken the gravy. Never mind the fact that we needed to pay for the you tiao, which we thought were included.Meantime, the black fungus soup is simply black fungus in sugar syrup with some wolfberries. Nothing spectacular as it is something easily prepared at home.
 
 Overall, for the price range of below $8 for the side dishes, I would think that the quality of the food is reasonable. But with many places in Singapore serving much better claypot rice and chye poh omelette, I will remember this place for its.....tau suan

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