[SG EATS] Le Chasseur – Famous for Claypot Rice

It has been a while since I had dinner with my family members. We attended a talk around Ubi area and decided to visit Le Chasseur for dinner recently.
Le Chasseur is owned by well-known Chef Andy Lim. If you google online, there are quite a number of food reviews about him and this place. The Chinese zi char place was previously located along New Bridge Road and relocated to current place at Eunos Industrial estate.
Le Chasseur
And yay.., it is located at industrial estate and the nearest MRT station is Eunos MRT. It is quite inconvenient if you are not driving. Lucky us! My brother-in-law drove so we made our way there.
Le Chasseur is one of the stall in a coffeeshop with no air-conditioned. There are other stalls like zi char stall available as well. However, Le Chasseur took up almost half of the space of the coffee shop to cater to their diners.




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Instead of having service staff to take our order, there is an order chit with all the listed dishes. It is simply straight forward and we just placed our order and put down our table number.
Le Chasseur-Claypot Rice
We ordered the signature Claypot Rice (L) S$23.00 . There is an option to choose- either S or L. We opt for the second one of course because there are 4 of us. We waited patiently for approximately 20 minutes for the claypot rice. The reason of the long waiting time is because it is cooked over charcoal and cooked from raw rice to which chicken stock is added and boil it. The service staff will mix the rice with the dark sauce in front of us before they are served to our table.




Le Chasseur-Claypot Rice-1
The most interesting part is that they use good quality basmati rice. The texture of basmati rice is long, slender grains that offer unique and distinctive taste. It is also light, delicate and separate grains when it is cooked. This explains the unique mouth-feel taste. And of course it has the charred taste.
Le Chasseur-Claypot Rice-Eunos
Next, we ordered Otah Omelette S$7.00 since it is recommended in the order chit. It is proven tasty too.
Le Chasseur-Grass Jelly Drink
We also ordered their Grass Jelly drink S$2.50 per glass that served with refreshing wolfberries. This is my first time seeing wolfberries served on top of the drink.
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Our total bill was S$40.00 and there is no service charge applicable. There are other dishes that I would love to try. For example, their pork knuckles, coffee pork ribs and many more. Hopefully I will be back again with a group of people to try out other dishes.

Le Chasseur
Address: 27 Eunos Road 2,
Singapore 409387
Opening Hours:
11:30AM – 3:00PM (Lunch) | 5:30PM – 10:30PM (Dinner)
Tel: +65 6337 7677
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lechasseurSG/
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