Claypots Hot Hot Hot!

Claypots Hot Hot Hot!

Featuring Lau Wang Claypot Delights (Serangoon), 826 Tampines Kopi Point
Sheryl Lyx
Sheryl Lyx

Situated beside a supposedly famous hokkien mee store is this little Claypot rice store. It sells just claypot rice and a few types of Chinese soups, most of which ran out by the time I got over at 7+pm.

We ordered the $13 portion (2 person), which was supposed to be the version with more ingredients. For those with a smaller appetite, the $10 portion (2 person) would be more than enough.

Overall, I enjoyed the dish for its tender chicken, sufficient amount of burnt rice (+ it is easy to scrape off) and the spicy chili served on the side that went super well with the dish.


Located within Wang Jiao coffee shop in Serangoon central, Lao Wang serves up a great variety of yummy claypot dishes that will suit all your palettes. On the table, we had Nonya chap chye ($4.50), ginseng herbal fish soup ($5.30), gong bao chicken ($5.30) as well as preserved vegetables and drinks. Each dish was well-executed and I particularly loved the Nonya chap chye for its sweet broth and tender cabbage leaves. The ginseng herbal fish soup boasts huge fish chunks, fatter than those you get in your San Lou hor fun, and a sweet herbal flavour (without too much ginseng with it) thanks to the generous amounts of wolf berries thrown in. The gong bao chicken is pretty average, but who doesn't love the thick savory spicy sauce and easy-to-bite chicken bits? Overall, the bill came up to be $18 for 2, a really affordable price for so much deliciousness!

They say "Live life to the fullest". So I stuff my chubby cheeks 😋 Follow me on IG at @ryllyx

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