This might be just one of the typical hawker stall in Singapore, but mention "claypot rice stall in chinatown hawker centre" to any middle aged Singaporean, most will know this stall at the corner run by three sisters. I remembered first eating at this stall about thirty years ago, and today when I eat at the stall, the taste does not vary that much. Almost the same ingredients, and almost the same waiting time, which is about 30-40 minutes. At most foodcourts, you will probably only need to wait 5 mins for your claypot rice. Reason for the difference in waiting time is that the stall owner insists that they will only start cooking the rice when you place your order, ensuring that you get the freshly cooked claypot rice served to you, just like the good old days. And going by the large dinner crowd, this is well appreciated even in this fast paced society.
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