Claypot Rice

$12.50 · 24 Reviews

Back at Le Chasseur for the 4th visit! My parents quite love the claypot chicken rice and tausuan here!

The claypot chicken rice only comes in two sizes - small $13 or large $24. We go the large portion but it didn't seem very large to me. What is special about this claypot chicken rice is the long grain rice they use! I also like how the chicken didnt have much bones. The chilli sauce was the sourish kind though. I was okay with it though my parents weren't.

The tausuan here comes in a huge portion! We got servings for 3. Which was more than enough for 5 pax! Maybe can reduce to 2 portions next time. One portion of tausuan costs $3.2.

The other items we ordered as filler items were the ngor hiang ($5), hotplate tofu ($10), fried sotong paste youtiao ($6.5) and sambal Kang kong. The sotong paste youtiao was toooooo fried, I wouldn't get it the next time.

All in, meal was about $60+ for 5 pax. No gst and service charge.

Claypot Chicken Rice ($13 for Small) from Le Chasseur. Saw many postive review about this place but this is not the kind of claypot rice that I like. Missing the smokey charcoal, isn't much crispy rice and very little amount of salted fish.
On postive side, the chicken is tender and quite generous in the lup cheong.
Location : Le Chasseur, 27 Eunos Rd 2, # 01-101, Singapore, 409387.
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Claypot rice cooked with basmati rice. Unfortunately, rice and sauce was mixed before serving up to our table much to Doreen’s disapproval. I very much prefer stir frying the rice in the sizzling hot claypot myself.

Rice was salty, basmati rice was hmmm....better off in briyani. Serving portion isn’t enough to share among 3 other friends. (Order the big size instead if you’re in a group of 4!)

Chinatown’s lian he ben ji set the benchmark too high for my claypot rice. Next.

the claypot rice was delicious; the meat was well-seasoned, rice was cooked nicely and the amount of sauce that the server added was perfect. however, there weren’t enough smoky taste to the rice which was a tad regretful. the otah omelette was super special!! there were bits of otah in every mouthful that we had and it wasn’t overly spicy so, very suitable for everyone. but it’s a bit too dense so probs won’t get it again unless we’re sharing with tons of ppl as it was way too filling. the tau suan though, was the best we ever had!! super fresh (the mung beans had a bit of a crunch in them), not overly sweet and served piping hot (till we burnt our tongue) it was so good that we can go back just for the deserts alone 🤤🤤🤤

🔸The coffee pork ribs ($15) looks really nice and tender but we did wished the coffee flavour could come out more. .
🔸Pig stomach soup ($17) was peppery and definitely didn’t have the strong smell of innards. .
🔶Ended off with another must have- their homemade Tau Suan ($2.80) which is cooked fresh upon order. .
Homely, delicious local food, despite the really Ang moh sounding French name.

We were advised to place order for their claypot rice (if we intend to order) before looking through the rest of their menu as they needed 17mins to cook this. Not to mention they cooked this over charcoal with no msg added.

I saw quite a number of good reviews to their claypot rice and decided to give it a try. They uses basmatic rice which is lower in calories and healthier. It was fragrant but not as tasty as it smells. It feels like it wasn’t cooked long enough. I prefer my claypot rice to have a layer crispy and charred rice》$23/Large

We waited 1.5hr for this claypot chicken rice! Thankfully it was still as nice! Bbq sotong was nicely grilled. Coffee pork ribs was soo tender that it came off the bone easily (as compared to some other zhichar restaurant that we dined at recently). Otah omlette was also interesting with prawn bits in it. Tau suan was served hot with freshly fried crispy you tiao. Ending it off with grass jelly dessert which came with goji berries too. Meal for 5 was $70+ (plus another dish of veg. since I don't eat veg, no veg is featured here hehe) #burpple #burpplesg

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Hidden gem worth checking out! Apparently no MSG and preservatives are used in their cooking.

Must try their claypot rice and the BBQ live prawns which are only $9 for four!

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Really good chicken claypot rice ($12.50+) aromatic & doused with black soya sauce, the chicken claypot never disappoints and is the star of the stall. Nestled in a quiet Eunos industrial kopitiam, it serves up a pretty good range of food. Relatively cheaper than many zi chars out there, another recommended must try is their sambal brinjal ($6.80) and har cheong kai ($6.80) which came in chicken fillets. Their much raved about crispy pork trotter was more of a miss though, pretty dry and not for my liking. Overall Id recommend this place for those living in the east! :)

The claypot chicken rice was normal. Not to say extraordinary. Take time to prepare so gotta wait for it to be served. Love the rich flavoured coffee pork ribs