Using charcoal fire, Dimpot’s claypot rice dishes are heated evenly and have a wonderfully charred crust on the bottom. Aside from offering traditional toppings like giant grouper ($138), Dimpot also serves claypot rice dishes with modern flavours, such as cheese and sakura shrimp ($142), and uni with Angus beef ($142).
With the recent dip in temperature, most of us like to share a bubbling hotpot with family and friends. However, another warm delicacy that many Hongkongers love to indulge in during the colder months has got to be claypot rice. With piping hot ingredients laid over a bed of fluffy rice and drizzled with sweet soy sauce, what more could you ask for? Take a look at our list of the city’s best claypot rice restaurants down below.
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