Lau Wang Claypot Delights (Serangoon)

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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
Singapore 550263

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11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

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first time here, there was a bit of a queue but it moved fast. sesame chicken was good as expected with generous portion! other dishes like sambal lady fingers was good too except the gongbao gravy was a little watery. can’t wait to come back and try the mala chicken 😋

Got Ngoh Hiang to accompany our meal and was a tad disappointed. No doubt they were bursting with ingredients and aromatic, but this five spice pork rolls could have brought with it a little crunch. Not sure if there were water chestnuts within it, which could have given them a much needed crunch, but the beancurd skin could have been crispier. Takeaway might have affected it's quality, but it's still a pretty decent spring roll if you're looking for one!

Ordered Gong Bao Frog Leg, but ended up with Ginger and Spring Onion Frog Leg instead. Still good nonetheless, with the flavours bringing about a sense of familiarity and homeliness.⁣

Was tasked to buy lunch back for the fam after giving my tresses some much needed grooming and changed upon Lau Wang Claypot while wandering around the neighbourhood. Did a quick Google search and the reviews all seemed promising so I decided to give them a try, afterall, claypot dishes on a rainy day sounds like a perfect combination to me!⁣

Their signature dish has got to be the Sesame Chicken, which comprises of aplenty of boneless chicken chunks doused in thick gravy. They certainly didn't skimp on their chicken, judging by the amount they threw in. Every bite brought with it the sweet, nuttiness scent of sesame oil, having absorbed all the flavours of the gravy. Definitely lived up to its reputation!

One of their signature dishes, a definite must try if you eat here.

Overall very enjoyable dish. The chicken pieces were tender, and smooth with some cornstarch on the surface, but not excessive that it loses the bite. The sauce was well made, with the savoriness of soy sauce with a fragrant sesame oil taste.

Very affordable as well, costs about 5 bucks for a small portion

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老王(lau Wang) claypot delights has enjoyed some fame serving up affordable claypot dishes in the area. If I am not wrong, there are other branches as well.

One of their specialty is their Brinjal. Very homely taste, nicely balanced dish of savouriness of the sauce with the sweet gooey eggplant. Very good with rice as well. The other side veggies with the dish, liek the onions were also nicely caramelised with the raw edge taken off

Price of a small pot is about 5 bucks which is a steal.