Lau Wang Claypot Delights (Serangoon)

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~$5/pax
老王砂煲小厨 Lau Wang Claypot Delights – Since 1985 Every dish will forever be unique; from the way it is prepared, through cooking process, to the time it is served, up to the moment each meal is consumed Prepared in the kitchen with secret marinating procedures, each dish is then cooked upon order taken. Using only the best “Chee Seng” sesame oil, coupled with minced garlic together with our fragrant pre-fried oil containing a mix of ingredients, the main ingredient of choice is then stir fried on the spot. For our herbal soup dishes, a mix of 6 key herbal ingredients are boiled together with our pre boiled soup base is then used to cook your ingredient of choice (frog leg, chicken and fish). Served exclusively in individual Claypots (Cast iron / Clay), each dish is presented to you piping hot. The fragrance of the dishes as they are being served is so overwhelming, it makes you want to pick up your chopsticks to dig in. The Claypot helps keep the food warm throughout the meal, so as you pour each dishes’ sauce over your white rice, you will still be able to enjoy the same sensational effect as if it was just served!

263 Serangoon Central Drive
#01-43
Singapore 550263

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Sunday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Monday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

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Still one of the best spot for clay pot dishes! Lau Wang Claypot is well-known for its Sesame Chicken (from $5.80/small), cooked in a special thick gravy and served in a clay pot.

Succulent boneless chicken made more fragrant with sesame oil, this is available in both Spicy and non-spicy. Remember to order a bowl of white rice!

Finally get to try Lao Wang after wanting to dine here for a really long time... Thankfully the crowd subsided after 2pm and it was relatively shocking for us to find a seat for 2 pax in a jiffy too on a PH!

Main ⭐️ for us was definitely sesame oil chicken + the herbal soup on a comforting rainy afternoon!

$9.50 for 2 paxs, affordable price & quality food, definitely worth the visit.

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The spicy version of Lau Wang’s signature sesame oil chicken features the same tender chicken pieces in a flavourful sesame oil gravy, although this time with the addition of dried and red cut chillis that provided a good amount of heat. The sauce is quite spicy, and perhaps better suited for those with a decent tolerance for spice.

The dish reminded me of stir-fried sambal kangkong dishes you could get from most tze char stalls. The sambal had its distinctive umami flavour and the spicy chilli provided a nice kick. A good choice if you’re looking for some flavourful greens while at Lau Wang.

Lau Wang’s homemade ngoh hiang featured minced pork that was well-seasoned with five spice powder. The addition of diced water chestnuts to the mixture added a refreshing crunch. The beancurd skin wrapped around it was nicely crisped, although just a tad oily, but we guess that’s what makes the ngoh hiang so juicy and flavourful too.

Packed with a generous mix of soft cabbage, lily buds, beancurd skin, black fungus and some vermicelli noodles, the chap chye was cooked in a sweet gravy that also had savoury notes from the use of dried shrimp. It is generally a light dish and a good accompaniment to the other dishes which tend to be more heavily-seasoned.

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