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Best Claypot Rice In Singapore

In our modern Singapore society where everything is about being fast, fast, fast, having a meal of Claypot Rice can certainly test the patience of many. I am talking about the good-old Claypot Rice cooked over charcoal from scratch, which is fast disappearing.

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Geylang Claypot Rice (芽笼砂煲饭)

Founded over 30 years ago by Mr Ng Kim Hock (better known as 'Ah Tiam'), the humble street stall has moved from Chinatown to a coffee shop in Geylang and now to an independent modern air-conditioned shop at Beach Road.

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New Lucky Claypot Rice (新鸿运瓦煲饭)

Featured in Michelin Bib Gourmand list 2017, New Lucky Claypot Rice at Holland Drive is a go-to for a bowl of good traditional claypot rice. Cooked over charcoal stoves, the claypot rice here has a distinct smoky flavour and is served with generous servings of chicken, salted fish and Chinese sausages.

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Yong Nian Claypot Chicken Rice (永年瓦煲鸡饭)

Using specific claypots handcrafted and imported from the stall owner's hometown of Taiping, Malaysia, Yong Nian's claypot chicken rice is cooked with a secret concoction of sauces that include shao hsing hua tiao wine to bring out the aromatic fragrance of the dish.

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Yew Chuan Claypot Rice (酉川沙煲饭)

At this stall in Golden Mile Food Centre customers can savour a hearty bowl of claypot rice with simple oyster sauce vegetables. The rice is cooked to perfection and the amount of oil and soy sauce added is customisable.

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Broadway Claypot Rice (百樂匯砂煲飯)

The owners of this Broadway Claypot Rice in Ang Mo Kio have more than 30 years of experience making claypot rice. Have you tried their dishes? Vote if they're your favorite claypot rice stall.

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He Ping Claypot Rice (和平砂煲鸡饭)

With over 40 years of history, He Ping Claypot Rice is prepared and cooked the traditional way with charcoal, so be prepared to wait 30 minutes or more! Vote to let us know where they stand!

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Le Chasseur

Le Chasseur is not a French restaurant – it serves local dishes including claypot rice that is different in the sense that the rice used is good quality basmati rice instead of normal white rice, such that the grains easily separated when cooked and light on the palette.

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Lian He Ben Ji Claypot Rice (联合本记煲饭)

Established in 1979, Lian He Ben Ji Claypot Rice is situated in Chinatown Complex. The approximate waiting time for each pot of rice to be prepared is 25 minutes, as each portion is cooked slowly over a charcoal fire.

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Sembawang Traditional Claypot Rice (三巴旺原味煲仔饭)

Awarded FoodMaster Singapore 2018, this humble eatery in Sembawang serves not just traditional claypot rice but also San Lou Bee Hoon from Johor Bahru, Fish Head Curry and Kuala Lumpur Hokkien Mee.

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Yuan Yuan Claypot Rice (源源砂煲饭)

ABC Bricks Work Food Centre in Bukit Merah houses this gem, which serves claypot rice with tender chicken meat that has been marinated for six hours. The dish is cooked patiently over charcoal stoves to produce its distinctive smoky flavour.

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