The claypot chicken is located along beach road at Luk Lu eating house although the eating house was a bit of rundown Fei Kee Claypot cicken rice was pretty tasty and the owner was friendly too.
What’s unique was they used plentiful of cabbages and dried shrimps to give the saltiness taste for the rice and it smells very good too. This look appetizing and the cabbage was crunchy as well. The boneless chicken chunk was nice and tender too. There were also some “lup cheong” Chinese sausage to make the the claypot more flavorful
Definitely one of best humble old school Claypot around in Singapore.
Luk Lu Eating House
341 Beach Road
Mon – Sat 11am to 730pm
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