Friday, February 28, 2014

AOne Claypot House

This is a restaurant of minimalist design. We had passed by several times but had always skipped it. Not today, though. We felt impressed by the enthusiastic staff who was zealously finding us a seat while we were browsing through their menu at the door. Sometimes, a small gesture made a big difference.

Olive veg sweet potato leaves $8.9
Olive veg is pretty salty. Usually, we couldn't stand salty dishes but when it comes to having porridge, salty dishes suddenly became appealing, and in fact, favorable. What a double judgement we have, right?


Olive veg sweet potato leaves

Claypot dried chilli frog leg $16.9
Don't you like the smooth and tender frog leg? Drizzle the spicy and sweet gravy over the porridge and instantly transform your plain white porridge to the dark one, not to mention double in flavor too.


Claypot dried chilli frog leg

Hong Kong style porridge $7.9
The porridge was bubbling hot when served. The smooth porridge paired with  fried fritters, best combination ever. We love to coat the fritters with porridge to slightly soften the harsh edges of the fritters. Yum yum... Was it just me or does food always look more appetizing when served in a clay pot?


Hong Kong style porridge

Jurong Point 
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