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Claypot rice in Temple street

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Claypot rice in Temple street

Hi all

I remember there is one famous claypot rice in temple street. The signboard is yellow color with red color word. Can anyone help me with the address and name of the stall please?

Many thanks

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1. Re: Claypot rice in Temple street

Is it Four Seasons Claypot Rice on 46-58 Arthur Street, by any chance? A picture (not mine) of the menu looks like this: …blogspot.com/-maNDfNpfMBM/…claypot-2.jpg / …flickr.com/1376/5110828109_06f8c42daf.jpg Is that the one?

Good luck with your planning and have a GREAT time in HK! :)

Edited: 03 August 2011, 10:53
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2. Re: Claypot rice in Temple street

Yes, probably Four Seasons:

www.openrice.com/restaurant/sr2.htm…

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3. Re: Claypot rice in Temple street

I am not a fan of eating at Temple St. Most eateries there overcharge and give you poor quality. A 3.1 rating on Openrice can be considered average at best.

I usually go to one at Shau Kei Wan which is probably too far if you are not on the Island side. Perhaps you can try this other one at Mong Kok:

www.openrice.com/english/restaurant/sr2.htm…

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4. Re: Claypot rice in Temple street

Sammyfloyd, which one in SKW? I would like to try... when the weather gets cooler.

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5. Re: Claypot rice in Temple street

I guess ppl see long queue in four season so they monkey see monkey do...but I think no harm checking it out one of the night...

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6. Re: Claypot rice in Temple street

I've never eat this claypot rice at Temple Street, but there is one in Mong Kok that I find not bad. It's along Soy Street, near Stanford Hotel, but I forgot to note the name of the cafe. We went to try only because every night as we walked back to Stanford Hotel, the cafe would have set up tables and tables outside, on the road, and lots of people would be eating the claypot rice.

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twentyofive

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7. Re: Claypot rice in Temple street

Hi Speedie98,

If you go for Four Seasons Claypot Rice, do also order their Duck egg oyster cake - very tasty but on a oily side though........ Enjoy :-D

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8. Re: Claypot rice in Temple street

i do rate 4 season i like the salty fish chicken rice

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