Owner behind Yummy Claypot opens Yummy Recipes
Yummy Claypot fans, listen up! Famous for their yummy claypot dishes, owner of Yummy Claypot is making waves in the F&B industry again with the opening of its up market Chinese restaurant – YUMMY RECIPES. Although it is located in the industrial estate, it is not difficult to spot Yummy Recipes. The hundred years old elm main door welcomes you to the restaurant with its wooden floorboards that are made from century old recycle planks of railway sleepers which are quality hardwood that are still in a perfect condition.
Upon entering the restaurant, it feels like I am transported back to the olden days of China. The owner spent a lot of time travelling around China to collect these master art pieces. The status of the Dragon’s Nine Descendants greet you at the enterance and the restaurant’s furniture are also made of yellow rosewood while the beams supporting the roof are made of durian timber which is a solid and light hardwood.
Our dinner started off with some Roast Pork Cubes ($10) which has a noisy crunching sound on the first bite. The meat is well seasoned with juicy layers under it.
Yummy Imperial Chicken ($18 for half, $35 for full) was tenderly soft with addictive garlic dips.
My favourite for the night is definitely Yummy’s Signature Chicken in Pig Stomach Soup ($46). The chicken is stuffed into the pig stomach and cooked till tender. The idea itself is already unique. Totally reminds me of the pig stomach soup my Grandpa always cook for us during festive occasions. The waitress will remove the pig stomach, placed it on a plate and cut open it. The white milky soup, boiled for many hours, has a mild peppery taste, and it was so smooth and thick which made me have a second serving.
Their Salted Egg Yolk Crab ($4.80/100g) has a thick sauce of a salted egg infused with butter for a wonderful flavour – sounds sinfully yummy! The saltiness does not overpower, but brings out the sweetness of the succulent crab meat.
So much meat for the night, a plate of Double Prosperity Baby Kai Lan ($12) made me feel less guilty! The Baby Kailan is cooked in two ways – one stir fried, one deep fried (which I thought it was seaweed). While the deep fried one seems pretty interesting, I still prefer the ordinary stir fried vegetables.
Not forgetting the beautifully displayed Fragrant Steamed Rice in Bamboo Basket with Prawns ($36). The prawns has a lovely garlic flavour but I was too full for the rice already.
Don’t forget to end your meal with their Steamed Custard Bun. The mini buns has delicious custard lava filling and it was so yummy that I savoured it before taking a photo.
Yummy Recipes (品珍私房菜)
Address: 47 Kallang Pudding Road #01-08
Tel: +65 63431818
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