[CLOSED] A-One Claypot House (The Star Vista)

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1 Vista Exchange Green
#01-46 The Star Vista
Singapore 138617

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Shredded Chicken with cereal ($11.90)
Dried Scallops ($11.90)

A simple and delicious pot of porridge with the right portion for 1 pax/each.
To enjoy the in-house promotion, we ordered a pot of tie guan yin with nice aroma.


Terrible photo that doesn’t do this any justice, but this is exactly what porridge should be like - a good ol’ down-to-earth warm bowl of goodness 😌😌 Though pricey for just a bowl of porridge, the generous servings of ingredients really comes through with every mouthful! Liked the additional touch of silverfish to add a touch to saltiness, and the mix of salted egg and egg to give an additional oomph 🤤🤤 Was initially skeptical on first inspection, but definitely a good bowl of porridge and well worth with eatigo 50% off!

Though ingredients (3-4 huge chunks of chicken, Taiwanese sausage, mushrooms, a bunch of pakchoy) were pretty generous, it was overall pretty dry and lacking sufficient wokhei (but some crispy rice at the sides so props for that!) Not really worth the original price nor the price after eatigo’s 50% off... Definitely get their porridge instead for a more satisfying carb dish, or there’s another better claypot rice around the Buona Vista area as well 🙄🙄

Pretty nice handmade beancurd though pricey at the original price, so thank God for eatigo 50% off! Liked the additional salty crunch of chai po, which complemented the soft silky interior of the beancurd! 🤤🤤

Ordered frog porridge, mushroom noodles and vegetables. But what stands out is the very good customer service. A1 allows us to bring our own cake and store in their fridge and then bring out their plates as we cut the cake.

Price: spent about $50 for 3 people. Verdict: yes, I would revisit. Despite having read other reviews that gave the bak kut teh scathing criticism, I would say that it really isn't that bad and I had really enjoyed myself while drinking the soup. My great at gripe with the bak kut teh is that the pot is really really small and shallow thereby requiring us to refill it many many times over(like 5 times?); so much so that we felt a little paiseh. The other dish worth trying is the An Pang Yong tau foo. I thought it was quite well made. Though I can't quite remember now what's so special about it because it happened quite a while ago lol. I would totally revisit it if I'm in a shopping mall and craving some bak kut teh. However, I don't think I would go out of my way to visit it because there are other more famous bak kut teh establishments that deserve the 'special visit' treatment.