It’s all your fault…

Yes, it’s all your fault, Phong Hong! After seeing your post on the claypot rice that you had, I was dying for it…

Claypot King special

The last time I had that was in August last year and we had not been there since as it was out of the way on that side of town that we seldom frequent.

Left with no choice, I had to make my way there…

Claypot King

…for lunch that day and thankfully, after all this time, it was still around and enjoying brisk business.

Of course I would settle for…

Claypot King menu

…nothing less than the chicken and pork special (RM14.00)…

Claypot King chicken & pork special 1

…and I sure was thankful that despite the spiralling prices of virtually anything and everything these days, the price was still the same as when we had it before.

Oh my!!! That was so good and I definitely enjoyed it…

Claypot King chicken & pork claypot special 2

…to the fullest.

I was speaking to the lady manning the stall with an Indonesian guy/helper at the point in time and I found out that they now have another outlet here and that is definitely a whole lot closer to my house. It sure looks like I am going to have claypot rice for lunch or dinner on a more regular basis now.

CLAYPOT KING is located at WANG SENG FOOD STREET (2.342889, 111.831740) in UniCity along Jalan Wawasan.

Author: suituapui

Ancient relic but very young at heart. Enjoys food and cooking...and travelling and being with friends.

7 thoughts on “It’s all your fault…”

  1. Oh, please go review the branch nearer your house to see if it is just as good as this one. I seldom see green vegetables in claypot chicken rice in kl.

    My guess is the two guys, one local and one from Kuching, partners in crime, are running that other stall…leaving this one to the lady, dunno how they are related – did not ask…and the guy Indonesian helper. If I remember correctly, the helper was already there, with the two guys, on our first visit.

    I saw somebody’s blogpost on 10 best claypot rice in Singapore – some have vegetables, some none…and I did not see one with the stewed egg! I guess it’s up to the individual what one wants to add. For me, the salted fish is a must!

  2. Wow, your chicken pork special claypot rice looks really great. I love to scrap the bottom part of the rice, abit of chau hoi tau smell. First time seeing vegetables in claypot and it look like siaw pai cai.

    Yes, the ladies were busy scraping the bottom of the pot for the nasi kera – I did not bother. LOL!!! Dunno what veg that is but it’s not my favourite, will eat but will never buy to cook, missus may buy sometimes, I just eat.

  3. Haven’t seen braised eggs in claypot rice in KL, a good idea I think!

    I did not see any in the Top 10 claypot rice in Singapore list in somebody’s blog either…but there was a poached egg in one of them. I love stewed egg so I would not mind one bit – when I see any at the chicken rice stalls, I would surely ask for one!

  4. LOL! Glad you enjoyed the claypot chicken rice. Now it’s your fault that I want to have it for lunch today!

    Muahahahahaha!!! Tit for tat!

  5. Looks like the claypot is full of ingredients, that is what I like.. overflowing with goodness!

    Yes, glad that we can get a really good one here – we had one before at a classier cafe, more expensive but we used to go for it. Unfortunately the place has closed down now.

    I guess this dish is Cantonese, not really Foochow. We did not use to get it before, some things that I like over at your side have started to appear here, so happy that I can get to go and enjoy without having to fly over across the sea.

  6. Lolx! So my post and phong hong’s post on claypot chicken rice lured you to go eat it. Same as you, pieces of salted fish in claypot chicken rice is a must! Here in sg, seldom see stewed egg in the rice but they do add vegetables and lap cheong.

    So many versions – I saw somebody’s post on the Top 10 in Singapore, all so different. Here, we only have this one.

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