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Clay Pot – a literal translation from the dish called “Bao Zai Fan” – is revitalizing a traditional style of cooking rice in a clay pot over an open-flame setting. A flavor packed combination of aromatic Jasmine rice, topped with fresh ginger, scallion, a splash of soy sauce, and enriched with your choice of protein, come together to deliver your taste buds on a powerful and savory exotic journey to Hong Kong.

Done devouring? There’s more. Those in the know are fully aware the crispy rice found on the sides and the bottom of the pot, better known as “Fan Jiao”, is essential to any clay pot. Grab your spoons and start scraping at the sides because here at Clay Pot, we have perfected the art of the “crisp.”

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Hana L.
Hana L.
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Very unique experience! Me and my friend sat at the bar and each had a clay pot. They cook rice in a clay pot and put toppings of your choice. You can pick either 2 or 3 toppings. If you can't decide, you can select everything. I picked 3 toppings - eel, beef and pork belly. Each claypot comes with veggies which is a boiled egg, corns, and Chinese broccoli. They cook pretty fast and you can add your own seasoning and sauces. It was very filling and delicious! I saw they also do lots of takeout and delivery.
Selena Y.
Selena Y.
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Great little piece of Hong Kong in East Village. This restaurant specializes in Cantonese "bo zai fan" (claypot rice) and puts a slightly modern flair to the traditional dish. Each order is served up in a small individual sized claypot with your choice of 2-3 toppings (or try the "super combo" for one of each topping) and a bit of spinach, corn, egg, and tofu that comes with the rice. In traditional claypot rice dishes you don't typically see all these sides, but I thought they worked and were a nice addition the bowl.
Adri P.
Adri P.
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I had no clue crispy rice was something I needed in my life, but Clay Pot made it clear that it is! Ordered a pot with beef and shrimp. The beef was sooo flavorful and tender. The dish on it's own was just ok, but once we added in the garlic/ginger sauce and hot sauce, it was amazing. My friend and I nearly finished the garlic/ginger sauce -- it was THAT good. I like that the menu is limited -- they have a specialty and they do it well. More restaurants should take note.
Eric K.
Eric K.
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Clay pot NYC is a cute, minimal restaurant that does all their cooking in front of you at the bar. I really liked the transparency, although it did mean the food took longer to prepare. I had never had clay pot before and was expecting something similar to Korean bibimbap, but it ended up being closer to a deconstructed fried rice more than anything. You choose two to four toppings (extra pay for more), and this is piled on top of veggies and rice that is cooked in a steaming hot ceramic pot. I had eel and pork belly, but I really wish I had gotten the Chinese sausage and beef!

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270 bleecker st, new york, ny 10014
SUN-THU 5:00p - 10:00p
FRI-SAT   5:00p - 11:00p
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58 saint marks pl, new york, ny 10003
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