Claypot Station

Dataran Sunway in Kota Damansara has never been short on eateries. From Western to Japanese and from Indian to Chinese, Dataran Sunway has it all. There’s even a ‘Kong Chow’ restaurant if you fancy some local dialect food! And if you don’t know where Dataran Sunway is … simple. Just head towards The Curve and drive past it. Soon you will see Dataran Sunway on your right.

And right next to Dataran Sunway is the latest commercial development, The Strand. Yup, spells exactly like the one in London! With The Strand almost as big if not bigger than Dataran Sunway, you can bet on more eateries opening up in this area.

I do have a few articles on Dataran Sunway but allow me to begin with Claypot Station Restaurant. If you’re into claypot dishes, make sure you don’t miss this very humbly set-up place. The setup in this place is pretty simple and plain but don’t let that deceive you. That’s probably the only plain thing about this place. When you check out the menu, you will be surprised by the wide variety to claypot dishes they offer.

This isn’t my first visit to this outlet but the 3rd. And after the 3rd visit, I can safely recommend what’s good and what’s not with them. Which is exactly what I am about to tell you.

If you do decide to visit this place, here are some of my suggestions in no particular order .. but please, I will not be held accountable for your dining experiences.

1. Kung Po Frog
2. Ginger Prawn
3. Tofu
4. Fa Tiu Chicken
5. Vinegar Pork Trottle

I tried their Fa Tiu Pork the last round … and it wasn’t so ‘happening’. Same goes with the Drunken Prawn. guess the only thing that was drunken is probably my appetite.

Tofu

Kung Po

Hot & Sour

Ginger Prawn

Fa Tiu Chicken

Vinegar Pork

Anyway, that’s my 2 cents worth on Claypot Station Restaurant and like I said, my opinion will always remain mine until proven otherwise. SO less reading and more action. Go check it out!

Claypot Station map

Other’s opinion : LS-Lushia

  1. AdCool Said,

    The claypot dishes look so nice…..

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  2. thenomadGourmand Said,

    was exploring Kota Damansara last 2 days..can’t eat til die lohh here!

    thenomadGourmand’s last blog post..Foodie day out – OuG market & Loke Yuen Chic

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  3. cy Said,

    Very good choice indeed. Do try out the Nasi Padang (Indonesia Food) restaurant at the same roll of stalls in Dataran Sunway.

    cy’s last blog post..Yummy Thai Food @ Oody’s Bar & Restaurant, Makati, Philippines

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  4. 550ml jar of faith Said,

    Claypot never looked this good! That Ginger Prawn looks like a right ripper!! What camera are you using, pray tell?

    550ml jar of faith’s last blog post..Desperately Seeking Ah San

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  5. Timothy Said,

    Adcool, thanks for visiting my site.

    Gourmand, don’t und wat u mean ….

    cy, thanks for your recommendation. Will try it soon.

    Faith, I am using a mere Fuji FinePix S5000 (smie-pro point n shoot) which has a 3 year old technology. No anti-shake. Only thing good about Fuji is it’s auto color enhancement.

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  6. 3 Pussy Cats Said,

    Oh no! I’m going to put on some more weight……….

    3 Pussy Cats’s last blog post..???(???)???? Hee Lai Ton, Pudu, KL

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  7. email2me Said,

    Though I stay in Kota Damansara close to 2 years, I never step my foot into this restaurant yet. hehehe ….

    email2me’s last blog post..Momiji Doll Fans Club Malaysia Blog

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  8. Big Boys Oven Said,

    had yet to try!

    Big Boys Oven’s last blog post..MADAGASCAR CHOCOLATE VANILLA OLIVE CAKE | BIG BOYS OVEN SWEET DESSERT

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  9. Foodntravella Said,

    I love your blog design…..very impressive with nice photoshots:-) Any tips to share?

    Foodntravella’s last blog post..MOF JAPANESE SWEETS & COFFEE

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  10. JoinMe Said,

    Hi Timothy Low,
    Kindly be informed that this post has been reprinted on JoinMe.com.my, thanks.

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