Yew Chuan Claypot Rice is located at a corner of the basement of Golden Mile Food Centre (also know as Beach Road Army Market )
After ordering, you will need to wait for a minimum of 15 to 20minutes. I do not mind waiting as the claypot dishes are cooked only upon a customer's order.
|Claypot Chicken Rice $5|
Generous portion of Claypot Chicken Rice that can be shared among two people. I like the fact that customers can add the amount black sauce as preferred themselves. The vegetables on top help add colour to the dish and make it even more welcoming.
Add in the black sauce and mix it well. Be careful not to be scalded by the hot claypot.
A generous portion of chicken and sausages was given. The flavours were infused into the rice which was perfectly cooked (not too wet, not too dry). Moreover, with the ability to control the saltiness (through the black sauce). This claypot chicken rice was delicious! The best part was to scrap the burnt and charred rice stuck to the sides of the claypot. Best eaten together with the rice (unburnt) and chicken providing this whole mixture with a crispy and crunchy taste!
On another occasion, I ordered the Claypot Bak Kut Teh.
|Claypot Bak Kut Teh $4.00|
|Lots of pork ribs|
Many pieces of pork ribs were in this Claypot Bak Kut Teh. The meat was soft and tender, coming off the bones easily. The soup contained spices, garlic and pepper. However, the soup seems to lack body and the would have been much better if the flavour of spices was enhanced. I still prefer the one at Song Huat (Rocher).
Yew Chuan Claypot Rice (Golden Mile Food Centre)
505 Beach Road
#B1-56 Golden Mile Food Centre
Opening Hours: Daily 12pm - 10pm (Closed on Thur)