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Craving a delicious meal with a great deal? Head over to Refuel J9 at Junction Nine and enjoy 20% off your total bill during weekday and weekend dinners with Burpple Beyond!

Indulge in their mouth-watering Pulled Pork Benedict, a perfect blend of tender pulled pork and poached eggs on a toasted English muffin, all topped with rich hollandaise sauce. Pair it with their aromatic coffee for a truly satisfying dining experience. Whether you're out with friends or enjoying a quiet dinner, Refuel J9 is the perfect spot to refuel your day.

[Chong Pang, Singapore 🇸🇬]

Pork Banh Mi

Egg Banh Mi

We highly recommend getting your greens intake with their 𝗪𝗮 𝗪𝗮 𝗖𝗮𝗶 ($𝟮.𝟴𝟬) and 𝗫𝗶𝗮𝗼 𝗕𝗮𝗶 𝗖𝗮𝗶 ($𝟮.𝟴𝟬). Fresh and cleanly prepared, the vegetables were the stars at absorbing the essence of the broth. You can round up your meal with instant noodles, vermicelli, or rice because it only gets better with carbs hehe. There was also a plethora of sauces to choose from, with their homemade chilli sauce standing out for us!

We are sure you’ve seen the VIRAL claypot prawns hotpot going around on social media, and we just had to give it a try at @woodlandsclaypotprawn 🤩🤩
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The 𝗣𝗿𝗮𝘄𝗻 𝗕𝗿𝗼𝘁𝗵 ($𝟯𝟮.𝟴𝟬) gets you 12 plump and juicy fresh prawns along with a flavourful and peppery broth. You can spruce up your meal with a plethora of classic hotpot side dishes too!
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We couldn’t pass on their 𝗦𝗵𝗮𝗯𝘂 𝗣𝗼𝗿𝗸 ($𝟴.𝟴𝟬), 𝗛𝗼𝗸𝗸𝗮𝗶𝗱𝗼 𝗦𝗰𝗮𝗹𝗹𝗼𝗽𝘀 ($𝟭𝟬.𝟴𝟬) and 𝗘𝗻𝗼𝗸𝗶 𝗠𝘂𝘀𝗵𝗿𝗼𝗼𝗺𝘀 ($𝟮.𝟴𝟬). If you’re here with a group, you can top up with 5 𝗧𝗶𝗴𝗲𝗿 𝗣𝗿𝗮𝘄𝗻𝘀 ($𝟭𝟬.𝟴𝟬).

[Admiralty, Singapore 🇸🇬]
[Coffee Shop]
[Charcoal Claypot Hotpot]

What can one found in the industrial area near Admiralty MRT besides the well-known food companies? Located in Soon Hong Eating House 信豐餐廳, sandwiched between Polar Puffs & Cakes and Pin Si Kitchen, there’s a stall which is the first in Singapore to offer charcoal claypot porridge.

We had the signature Seafood Porridge Pot 海鲜砂锅粥底 (S$32.80) which was claypot packed with tiger prawns 老虎虾, scallops 扇贝, black pork paste 黑猎肉滑, and lala 啦啦 in porridge base, served over charcoal stove. Other available hotpot bases were : Crazy Laksa Siham Pot 疯狂叻沙鲜蛤锅, Golden Soup Fish Maw Chicken Pot Base 金汤花胶鸡锅底, Pepper Pig’s Stomach Chicken Pot Base 胡椒猪肚鸡锅底, and Mala Tonkotsu Pot base 麻辣豚骨锅底.

There’s over 50 sides available in the refrigerator to add into the claypot, priced from S$2.80/ plate for vegetable and mushroom items to S$8.80/ plate for seafood and premium meat items. Just grab a basket from the counter to start shopping for the sides. We gotten prawn paste 虾滑 (S$8.80), tiger prawn 老虎虾 (S$6.80), toman fish slice 多鳗鱼片 (S$6.80), scallop 扇贝,l(S$6.80), scallop 带子 (S$6.80), luncheon meat 午餐肉 (S$4.80), enoki mushroom 金针菇 (S$2.80), century egg 皮蛋 (S$2.80) and quail egg 鸟蛋 (S$2.80).

Help yourself to the complimentary condiment bar at the counter. There’s disposable gloves available, so one could peel prawns without dirtying the fingers. For a non air-con place, it was surprisingly quite cooling dining in as there’s lots of fans around.

We ended the meal by adding rice, and beaten egg into the leftover broth, which created an umami flavourful porridge.

顺德碳炉粥底火锅 Shun De Seafood Porridge Claypot @sdporridgepot
Address 🛖 : Soon Hong Eating House 信豐餐廳 , 17 Woodlands Link, Singapore 🇸🇬 738727
Open 🕰️ : 12pm - 9.30pm
MRT 🚇 : Admiralty (NS10) North South Line
Note 📝 : Take bus service 964 opposite the MRT station and drop off at opposite Blk 20

Can't manage a whole pot of stuff? Just get their Hokkien Mee ($8.80). Confirm plus chop, you will not be disappointed if you like wet-style Hokkien mee. The Hokkien mee is full of wok hei, comes with three fat and juicy prawns, an abundance of fatty pork, chewy sotong, crispy pork lard, and a raw egg for moonlight effect. The chilli provided is damn shiok, hot, and spicy enough to evoke your senses without making you sweat. The slurpy noodles are handled properly, leaving little trace of alkaline taste, and they really absorb the stock well.

Let there be flame.🔥
Then the claypot.🍲
The charcoal burns bright.🔆
Cooking up prawn delight.🦐

SG’s First Ever Charcoal Claypot Prawn awaits you! With its Speciality Prawn Broth ($32.80) which comes with at least 12 huge, fresh, and bouncy prawns, you'll love every bite. Enjoy sucking the tomalley from its head and savouring the tender flesh after peeling. Every part of the prawn is a treat. Only scare you not enough prawns to eat.

But don't worry, you can order more prawns or other ingredients to throw into that rich, oceanic, sweet, and umami prawn broth. Guaranteed, whatever you put inside the soup, each ingredient will absorb the prawn broth essence fantastically. We tried Crab Nuggets ($8.80), Fish Roe Fortune Bags ($10.80), Hokkaido Scallops ($10.80), Prawn Filling Dumplings ($6.80), Prawn Paste ($10.80), Snow Crab ($8.80), Toman Fish Slices ($6.80), Australian Beef Slices ($10.80), Shabu Pork ($8.80), and Smoked Duck ($8.80). Each turned out to be incredibly flavourful, soaking up the prawn broth to the extreme. The portions are generous for each dish. Running out of soup? No worries, they have a prawn broth refilling station, so go all out and drink till you drop. Want more taste? Head to the sauce and condiments station. It's free flow, and they even provide Nacho Cheese sauce. Definitely a win!

Let there be flame.🔥
Then the claypot.🍲
The charcoal burns bright.🔆
Cooking up prawn delight.🦐

SG’s First Ever Charcoal Claypot Prawn awaits you! With its Speciality Prawn Broth ($32.80) which comes with at least 12 huge, fresh, and bouncy prawns, you'll love every bite. Enjoy sucking the tomalley from its head and savouring the tender flesh after peeling. Every part of the prawn is a treat. Only scare you not enough prawns to eat.

But don't worry, you can order more prawns or other ingredients to throw into that rich, oceanic, sweet, and umami prawn broth. Guaranteed, whatever you put inside the soup, each ingredient will absorb the prawn broth essence fantastically. We tried Crab Nuggets ($8.80), Fish Roe Fortune Bags ($10.80), Hokkaido Scallops ($10.80), Prawn Filling Dumplings ($6.80), Prawn Paste ($10.80), Snow Crab ($8.80), Toman Fish Slices ($6.80), Australian Beef Slices ($10.80), Shabu Pork ($8.80), and Smoked Duck ($8.80). Each turned out to be incredibly flavourful, soaking up the prawn broth to the extreme. The portions are generous for each dish. Running out of soup? No worries, they have a prawn broth refilling station, so go all out and drink till you drop. Want more taste? Head to the sauce and condiments station. It's free flow, and they even provide Nacho Cheese sauce. Definitely a win!

Can't manage a whole pot of stuff? Just get their Hokkien Mee ($8.80). Confirm plus chop, you will not be disappointed if you like wet-style Hokkien mee. The Hokkien mee is full of wok hei, comes with three fat and juicy prawns, an abundance of fatty pork, chewy sotong, crispy pork lard, and a raw egg for moonlight effect. The chilli provided is damn shiok, hot, and spicy enough to evoke your senses without making you sweat. The slurpy noodles are handled properly, leaving little trace of alkaline taste, and they really absorb the stock well.

Thank you @woodlandsclaypotprawn for the invitation.

Outlets: (Free Parking)
Tampines: 18 Tampines Industrial Crescent 01-16 S528605
Woodlands: 10 Marsiling Industrial Estate Rd 1, 01-01 S739276
Toa Payoh (Halal): 9 Toa Payoh Industrial Park, Singapore 319061
West Side (Jurong) coming soon.
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License: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en
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🚩Woodlands Claypot Prawn @ Marsiling, 10 Marsiling Industrial Estate Road 1, 01-01, Stall no. 7, S739276
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Shrimp Doria Baked Rice (S$16.90++)
Creamy became sauce infused with shrimp, with a golden crust of mixed cheese, on top savoury rice. Topped with 3 prawns and furikake.

[Canberra, Singapore 🇸🇬]

Laksa Mac & Cheese Pie (S$7.50)
Got bean curd puff and egg in it but the egg was too chewy

Iced Shaken Hibiscus Tea Lemonade (S$7.30/ venti)