Singapore’s 5 best Claypot Dishes -a special treat for your taste buds!

Undoubtedly, food is the “buzzword” in Singapore. People here love to eat and serve, together. And the best part about the country is that finding good food here is easy and affordable. Must try the below stated 5 claypot dishes for a never forgetting experience.

Claypot ‘Popiah’:

Claypot Popiah

The yummy bang kuang comes in a claypot with more than 7 ingredients in the fillings. Yes, you will get to taste long beans, bamboo shoots, cabbage, carrot, garlic and shrimps. And it is definitely in your budget, 4 rolls are at $16.80. You can also try prawns, Chinese sausage, and crab meat.

Claypot Kang Kong:

Claypot Kang Kong

Serving you with awesome claypot dishes since 1985, Lau Wang Claypot Delights offers your taste bud a memorable treat frog leg herbal soup, ginger and spring onion pig organs, claypot sesame chicken, gong bao frog legs, and spicy pig trotters.

Claypot Crab Bee Hoon:

Claypot Crab Bee Hoon
Make your weekends perfect with Crab Bee Hoon served in claypot. The soup with rich flavor and multi-layered creamy taste is lip smacking.

Claypot Laksa:

Claypot Laksa
Being originated from the Depot Road Zhen Shan Mei Claypot Laksa, caters yummy gravy which is spicy, lemak and sizzling hot.

Claypot Rice:

 Claypot Rice
The list would be incomplete without Malaysia Boleh. Being a one-stop place the most authentic food from Penang, Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh, you can try well-marinated chicken pieces and servings of Chinese sausage.

So, go for any of the dishes and make your New Year happier!

This post is a featured post by Ng Wei Khang, CEO at Apixel IT Support Singapore

      • Claypot Popiah
      • Claypot Kang Kong
      • Claypot Crab Bee Hoon
      • Claypot Laksa
      • Claypot Rice