Claypot & Cooked Food Kitchen at Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre specializes in Cantonese-style tze char. The modest menu included their signature claypot pig's liver, har cheong gai, sweet & sour pork, salted fish minced chicken tofu pot, tofu & roasted meat among others.
Claypot & Cooked Food Kitchen is a nondescript looking food stall with an equally non descriptive name tucked away in a far corner in the "green zone" of Chinatown Complex Food Centre.
Whilst the food here is certainly value for money, it is probably more suited for smaller groups than lone customers.
It is cheap and good for just $8, the same dish is for $15 over at Keng Eng Kee Seafood, it is their signature dish too.
I feel Abundance and Plenty is a wonderful dish at any Chinese New Year celebration feast.
Uncle Hong is one of a handful of Singapore's pioneer hawkers cooking heritage dishes which are likely to disappear soon from our hawker centres when they retire.