28th December 2011
Glen Waverley, VIC 3150
I’m feeling rather lazy, so today’s post will be short and sweet.
After a lazy morning at home, I met Chris in Glen Waverley for a lazy (see a trend here?) lunch. We would usually head straight for the dumplings in Glen Waverley but because we have plans to have dumplings later this week, we ate at Claypot King instead.
|Spicy and Sour Seafood Sizzling Noodles ($12.5)
I ordered the spicy and sour seafood sizzling noodles ($12.5) in an attempt to wake up my tastebuds. In reality, the noodles were less spicy and sour, and more sweet and coconutty; sort of like a soup-less laksa. It wasn’t half bad but it just wasn’t what I was looking for. They were pretty generous with the seafood though.
|Pork Spare Ribs Claypot Rice ($12.5)
The boyfriend went for the pork spare ribs claypot rice ($12.5), which was once again, sweet. The spare ribs were tender and tasted like char siu, but we did miss the crunchy rice that’s supposed to line the claypot.
Bit more expensive than its neighbours, claypot manages to serve up an enjoyable, if not fabulous meal. Hit or miss? You decide.
Rating: 11.5/20 – enjoyably average
Cheapie Lunch (Under $15)