03 June 2015

Cantonese Claypot Rice 广东香港味道砂煲饭

Beo Crescent Market has got quite a number of good food such as the fishball noodles, prawn noodles, wanton mee, etc. So here's another choice for me at the market, this stall sells stewed soups, Claypot and Steamed Rice. Sometimes, I'd order the Claypot Rice for takeaway.
How to get there?
Address: Blk 38A Beo Crescent, #01-66 Singapore 169982
Located at Beo Crescent Food Centre, Stall #01-66
Tel: 8333 2813 (Chef Wu)

By Car/Bike -
  • Along Havelock Road, turn left into Beo Crescent, park at the open carpark (limited lots) or Blk 28A Multi-Storey Carpark (Electronic parking system)
  • Alternatively, there are carpark lots along Havelock Road or park at Blk 44A MSCP or Blk 51 MSCP

By Public Transport -
  • Alight at Bus Stop No. 10389/ 10381 (Blk 48/ Opp Blk 48) - Bus No. 14, 32, 64, 65
  • Alight at Bus Stop No. 10231/ 10239 (Opp Blk 79/ Blk 79) - Bus No. 51, 64, 121, 186

Nearest MRT Station: Tiong Bahru (10-15 minutes walk)

Opening hours
Daily from 12 noon to 8pm.
Claypot Chicken Rice (S$3.80)
The chicken meat is tender and well marinated. Must add their chilli to achieve the "shiok" taste.

They are also generous with their serving of the salted fish.
For their soup, I like the Scallops Black Beans Stewed Pig Tail Soup.
Preserved Veg Braised Pork Steamed Rice (S$3)

No comments:

Post a Comment