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Yummy Claypot is a family-oriented Chinese restaurant specializes in claypot dishes with a twist. The cuisine served at Yummy Claypot blends the best of Chinese, Malaysian, Singaporean and Thai food with a modern influence. Dennis, a passionate food enthusiast was inspired to set up Yummy Claypot after tasting delicacies in various countries.

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the claypot chicken rice is very nice!! ..
Must Try!
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Yummy Claypot serves a variety of Shark’s Fin, Seafood Combination Dishes, Abalone, Double Boiled Soup, Crabs and Prawns.

Our signature dishes include:

  • Superior Shark’s Fin with Crab Meat
  • Yummy Special Pen Cai
  • Yummy Chicken in Pig’s Stomach Soup
  • Hua Diao Chicken
  • Signature Claypot Chicken Rice
  • Braised Abalone with Mushroom
  • Shark’s Fin Melon Pork Rib Soup
  • Dried Tea Mushroom Soup
  • Yummy Crab Fried Rice
  • Crab with Prawn Congee
  • Stewed Crab with Salted Eggs
  • Black Pepper Crab
  • Stonepot Tom Yum Crabs
  • Prawns with Soya Sauce
  • Double Prosperity Prawns
  • Steamed Prawns with Garlic
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the claypot chicken rice is very nice!! .. Must Try!
not only claypot chicken rice. but a lot of other unique varieties too. definitely must try.
the claypot rice is nice! I come almost every month to eat it.. yummy
Mind-blowing pig stomach pepper soup is a Must Try! Can give the claypot rice a miss though
Been hearing so many reviews and recommendation. I am finally here to try it out. The aroma of the food were all filling in the air and it is making us more hungry while waiting for our orders.
yummy claypot offers a wide range of food items ! their prawns are a must try , call them to make your reservations !
Thumbs up for the steam prawn with garlics..yummy!
Can't find the picture in the gallery but make sure you have try the tom yam prawns
The first thing you should try is The Signature Claypot Chicken Rice If you ever been here.
Must Try .... No.1 - Yummy Chicken in Pig Stomach Soup No.2 - Stream Prawn with Garlic No.3 - Nonya Fish Curry
I was in an exploring spirit and decided to walk down Joo Chiat Road to look for dinner. Joo Chiat Road is rather a long stretch with residential and commercial conservation shophouses along both sides of the road. Eateries and pubs have also established business along the road recently. After walking along Joo Chiat Road for a while, I chanced upon Yummy Claypot.Yummy Claypot serves quite an extensive list of dishes on its menu. I noticed that a lot of patrons ordered their claypot rice, soups and crab porridge. Unfortunately it was rather late for dinner and the soups were sold out. The Claypot Rice was quite special and good. It had diced Chye Sim added which gave the rice a crunchy texture that was very enjoyable with each mouthful. The claypot rice portion was for individual servicing at $6 each. The Hua Diao Chicken was cooked and served in a pressure cooker. The server will release the pressure of the pressure cooker at the table and it was something new and interesting to me. The chicken cooked in Hua Diao was really nice and not too strong in alcohol.
OMG! This Crab and Prawn Porridge is super super tasty and delicious. I have never in my life eaten such awesome porridge!! The consistency of the porridge and the abundant ingredients really make this dish stand out from others. It is only sold in a big pot which must be shard among 4 -5 people. It costs about 49 dollars fora pot but it is totally worth it!! Super yummy! and the Vegetable plum juice sold in the restaurant is also really good! and healthy! Highly recommended!
This Chinese restaurant serves up claypot dishes with panache using a blend of South East Asian influences. The tasty chicken claypot is a must try!
Mr. Roderick Tan Soon Hwa and me went there for dinner last night. When we stepped into the restaurant at about 7.30 p.m., place had a good crowd. Found a seat within minutes and started to order. I was impressed at the variety of dishes on offer after a quick perusal of the menu. Huai Shan Black Chicken Soup served in a small claypot ($6.50), which was also good wholesome stuff. After a good 30 mins of waiting painstakingly at Table 1C, the supposed star of the night (Signature Claypot Chicken Rice $13.00 for 2 persons) descended on my table. It is one of the specialities of the shop. Served stirred with chicken and black sauce all mixed in. Chicken is tasty and tender, black sauce is fragrant and rice is well cook. Unfortunately, this restaurant has 7% GST shown in the receipt. All-in-all a relatively good experience with the food and the service.Spending: Approximately SGD 9.75(Dinner)
The Hua Diao Chicken is a fabulous Feat!
Lately, i have been visitng Joo Chiat areas for tasty and budget dinners, which led me to trying out Yummy Claypot. Claypots are definitely my cup of tea, as i love the burnt bits of rice in the pot. One thing unique about their claypot would be that it is not oily at all! I do not feel greasy or oily after eating, the taste was good. However, after a couple of mouths, I started feeling very thirsty. I guess the dish was way too dry. I ordered another dish which was Spicy Short Beans. This dish was the highlight of the day. Decent taste with generous portions.Spending: Approximately SGD 20(Dinner)
was in an exploring spirit and decided to walk down Joo Chiat Road to look for dinner. Joo Chiat Road is rather a long stretch with residential and commercial conservation shophouses along both sides of the road. Eateries and pubs have also established business along the road recently. After walking along Joo Chiat Road for a while, I chanced upon Yummy Claypot. Yummy Claypot serves quite an extensive list of dishes on its menu. I noticed that a lot of patrons ordered their claypot rice, soups and crab porridge. Unfortunately it was rather late for dinner and the soups were sold out. The Claypot Rice was quite special and good. It had diced Chye Sim added which gave the rice a crunchy texture that was very enjoyable with each mouthful. The claypot rice portion was for individual servicing at $6 each.The Hua Diao Chicken was cooked and served in a pressure cooker. The server will release the pressure of the pressure cooker at the table and it was something new and interesting to me. The chicken cooked in Hua Diao was really nice and not too strong in alcohol. To get here, alight at Dakota MRT station. Take bus number 16 and alight 4 bus stop later which is about 10 minutes journey time. Spending: Approximately SGD 25(Dinner)
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