Sunday, 30 October 2011

Fei Kee Claypot Chicken Rice

I have been wanting to patronise Fei Kee Claypot Chicken Rice for a long time. Have heard several reviews about this place which dishes out delicious Claypot Chicken Rice.

Fei Kee Claypot Chicken Rice is located at Luk Luk Eating House which is an old coffee shop. Dirty walls, dirty flooring that was cracked and olden days shutters. With a very clean signboard! It is between Beach Road and Aliwal Street near Bugis and Lavendar. There are three MRT stations nearby namely; Bugis, Nicoll Highway and Lavendar.
Luk Lu Eating House
Fei Kee Claypot Chicken Rice
The signboard states clearly that there is at least a waiting time of 15minutes. On the signboard there is a telephone number on it (8222 6360) and if you notice in the above picture, the 'chef' has a ear piece to his ear. The reason for this is so that customers can order before hand.

Wow, look at the number of claypots he is handling at any one time during peak hours. And to the bottom left of the picture, he has a big bowl of uncooked rice ready. It sure was assuring to know that the rice was cooked in the claypot itself and no short cuts were taken.
Claypot Chicken Rice $8.00
Since there was two of us, naturally, we ordered the Claypot Chicken Rice for 2 person. I can't remember how long we waited, but it should be close to 15 minutes. The Claypot Chicken Rice arrived covered in black sauce, cabbage and ikan bilis.
After mixing it, it is ready to be scooped into smaller bowl. The cabbage was fresh and crunchy providing a fresh and sweet flavour. At the sides of the claypot, surprisingly there was virtually no charred rice which I somehow missed. The rice was not dry unlike other claypot rice, it was slightly moist. However, it was not as fragrance as there was no salted fish was added. The star is its 'Grade A' Boneless Chicken Thigh Meat. The chicken meat was juicy, tender and boneless which is a big plus.

Certainty, I will be back to try it again.

Fei Kee Claypot Chicken Rice
Luk Lu Eating House
341 Beach Road
Tel: 8222 6360
Opening Hours: Mon - Sat 11am to 730pm
                         Closed on Sun and PH           

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  1. oh dear no charred bits?? that's the part I look forward to when I eat claypot rice!

  2. Hi Oysterdiaries

    Yea, I also kind of miss that part, trying to scrap the charred bits which provided another crispy texture. Healthy I guess, along with the cabbage.

  3. never try claypot chicken rice before but this post really made me want to!! =`)

  4. Hi g.ta

    well, you gotta go try it then!


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