Le Chassure

Restaurant 27 Eunos Road 2 Published on: 13-11-2015

05:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Restaurant
A-la-carte
10.00 USD

Le Chassure is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
Le Chassuire is a local restaurant for eaters who love to explore the Singapore specialty at reasonable price.

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Why Le Chassure is special ?

There are some of the must-try foods in this restaurant:


- Claypot Chicken Rice


- Pig's Trotters in Vinegar


- Tao Suan


- Sambal brinjal


- Stir fried kai lan

How to get to Le Chassure?

Alight at Eunos MRT station. Take Exit B. Turn right and walk towards Eunos Crescent block 31. Cut through the block of flats and field towards Eunos Road 2. Cross the road and walk to destination. Journey time about 8 minutes.

Selling points

  • Never fails to satisfy
  • Mouth watering dishes at good prices
  • Out of the way but excellent food
  • Nice variety of food
  • Must try for travellers!

Facilities

  • Main cuisine Chinese
  • Noise level Normal
  • Budget Budget
  • Alcohol YES
  • Air condition YES
  • Had kid menu NO
  • Accept credit card NO
  • Serve breakfast NO
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian NO
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Duration
2.0 days
Estimated
115.19 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
10 places

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Location

Address

27 Eunos Road 2

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Tips for you

  • It's better to take reservation for it can be crowded.
    Reservation
  • Lunch: 11a.m - 3p.m
    Timming
  • Service is quite slow. You need to wait for a long time
    Service

Reviews

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Claypot rice here is good. Small portion enough for two, or one very hungry individual :P

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Aloe Vera lime juice is nice!

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Try the claypot rice! Small potion is only for two small eaters.

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19 aug'13 Relocating to 27 Eunos Rd 2

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Nice owner and friendly staffs. Flexible too, you can ask for additional ingredients at an extra charge.

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We were fortunate that we did not have to experience the bad service some reviewers went through. Everything was smooth sailing as far as our experience with Les Chasseur went. According to the lady boss, Saturdays and Sundays are bad days because of the endless crowds. Weekdays tend to be manageable. That's what we did. We went on a Friday evening and surprisingly there was no need to wait for a table nor for food.The eatery is located within an industrial canteen which means there is ample seating. We ordered the famed claypot rice, pigs stomach soup, BBQ squid, BBQ live prawns, sambal brinjal, stir fried kai lan and black vingegar pigs trotters.Overall, the claypot rice is probably the best dish. While its not cooked over charcoal fire, the burnt bits at the bottom of the claypot is crisp and fragrant. Of course, its still some way to go compared with the famous claypot rice in some hawker centres.The rest of dishes are not too bad. I would say the BBQ cook has some skill. The prawns and squid remain moist and firm, unlike some places that tend to overcook and the flesh becomes rubbery.While the quality of dishes will not stir an instant craving, I do recommend the claypot rice simply for the shorter waiting time than the hawkers.

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Service was extremely slow. Place is a big canteen for factory workers during the day.Ordered a fried rice and many other dishes but fried rice didn't come at all. Asked 2 different waiters to check our order as we have already finished our 2nd last dish. Nobody came back to tell us anything. Finally asked another guy and he said it wasn't captured in the order.Food is so so only, nothing great. The claypot rice is a better choice but portion is small. Like the chin chow drink as its mostly jelly and they added wolf berries.Will only be back for the claypot rice and chin chow drink.

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The services is very bad and slow, waited 1+ hours for dinner to start serving. Ordered many dishes dishes (Claypot Chicken Rice, otak omelette, pork knuckles, prawns, vegetables, coffee pork ribs, dessert tao suan). Kitchen closed very early and after waited for so long, they then informed us that there is no more pork ribs. Dishes started served ONE by ONE with min. 20 minutes interval In the end we need to cancelled the prawns and tao suan. We dined from 6.30pm to 8.20pm. Seriously no worth visiting this place.

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We were fortunate that we did not have to experience the bad service some reviewers went through. Everything was smooth sailing as far as our experience with Les Chasseur went. According to the lady boss, Saturdays and Sundays are bad days because of the endless crowds. Weekdays tend to be manageable. That's what we did. We went on a Friday evening and surprisingly there was no need to wait for a table nor for food. The eatery is located within an industrial canteen which means there is ample seating. We ordered the famed claypot rice, pigs stomach soup, BBQ squid, BBQ live prawns, sambal brinjal, stir fried kai lan and black vingegar pigs trotters. Overall, the claypot rice is probably the best dish. While its not cooked over charcoal fire, the burnt bits at the bottom of the claypot is crisp and fragrant. Of course, its still some way to go compared with the famous claypot rice in some hawker centres. The rest of dishes are not too bad. I would say the BBQ cook has some skill. The prawns and squid remain moist and firm, unlike some places that tend to overcook and the flesh becomes rubbery. While the quality of dishes will not stir an instant craving, I do recommend the claypot rice simply for the shorter waiting time than the hawkers.

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Nice owner and friendly staffs. Flexible too, you can ask for additional ingredients at an extra charge.

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