4 Jalan Tampang
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The San Lou Bee Hoon (known as Chao Ta Bee Hoon to some) has a very nice crispy top, with a decently moist and springy layer of noodles. Those who love pork lard will definitely love this dish — we tasted a good amount of pork lard in the noodles as well!

Don’t be fooled by the image — there’s a good amount of vegetables and seafood hidden beneath this gorgeous bed of noodles 😍

At only $9.50 nett, this dish is well worth it for two!

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Recently been seeing Instagram sponsored posts recommending the sbw claypot rice, that marketed it as being cooked from scratch, etc. However, after trying out the dish for myself, would say that its 100% not worth it, even though the dish was very affordable ($18 for large).

Claypot rice did not have any claypot fragrance at all, and the meat was dry, tough, and older than the whole estate of Sembawang. The only saving grace was the 锅巴, which i will give some credits to since it was very crispy and shiok.

Ordered other side dishes such as the San Lou Mi Fen (very oily, and unauthentic to the original JB version), Spinach with Eggs (meh) and Minced Meat Tofu (please dont order this). Overall, would not revisit.

Tried the claypot rice the first time we came and it was pretty normal, nothing to rave about. Definitely can find better ones out there!

Came back for their other signatures because I always wanted to try San Lou Bee Hoon. It’s not too bad but pretty dry and oily. It’s not packed with ingredients like others have said but I guess can’t complain much for $5.80.
Their garlic crispy chicken was average as well but definitely not worth $12.80 for that few pieces of chicken. It’s very oily also.

Overall, definitely not worth travelling down for but at Sembawang where there’s nothing much to eat, I guess we can’t be too picky about food.

Tried all that I want to try so I definitely won’t come back again.

P.S. their chilli packs a punch though

Feature their Siganture dishes:
💕Claypot rice.
Its still nicer if we eat it on the spot, but still very decent claypot rice.
It has a lot ingredients like chicken, Taiwanese sausage, pakchoy and salted fish.
Only don't have the edge of char rice because takeaway.
💰$18.8 for medium.
💕Hakka Crispy pork.
💕San Lou Bee Hoon.
San Lou Bee Hoon with generous ingredients with slightly char and smokiness.
Its pretty good 😋.
💰$7.8 for small.

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📍Sembawang Traditional Claypot rice
4 Jalan Tampang.


I liked that ingredients were plentiful for its price - bits of salted fish, lup cheong and tender chicken.

Add the dark sauce as you like it, which I found it not too salty. Rice at the bottom turned out nicely crisp and not too charred! Wished there were mushrooms though.

We also had other dishes like the San Lou Beehoon (paler than expected but the springy beehoon was nubbad), super crisp Hakka Crispy Pork (not pictured), fragrant Garlic Fried Chicken (daunted by the cloves of garlic but the chicken was quite crisp and succulent), crunchy fresh Qing long cai, salted egg sotong and lala.

Decided to give what they named the store after a try, and we weren’t disappointed 😋😋 Loved that they do their claypot rice here the traditional way, which also meant waiting 30 min so you might want to call ahead. Served to us smoking and piping hot, the claypot rice came chocked full of ingredients (chicken, Taiwanese sausage, pakchoy) and edges of rice were beautifully charred without the overly-carcinogenic chaoda bits 👍🏻👍🏻 Also, loved the extra touch of salted fish, which really gave an additional surprise with every bite and the amount of sauce was customizable as well 👍🏻👍🏻 Chicken had quite a lot of bones and Taiwanese sausage was sliced very thinly, but they were pretty generous with the portions and the L size feeds 2 big eaters/3 small eaters comfortably. Not the best claypot rice around, but definitely a reliable and affordable one for a quick claypot fix 😌😌

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