Simpang Bedok is no stranger to most Singaporeans – many (other than the Easties) are willing to travel all the way just to get their supper cravings sorted out. Home to a HUGE variety of eats, both local & international, Simpang Bedok is definitely one of the popular & iconic food paradise in Singapore. Adding to that list is House of Happiness – a humble and homely space that serves a mix of both classic and modernised Claypot rice at a wallet-friendly price! Prices are all in NETT (no GST and service charge)!
Think hearty and mouth-watering dishes such as Teriyaki Pork Jowl, Onsen Egg with Ikura and Tobiko (my FAV), Minced Pork with Dried Shrimp & Eggplant, Pig’s Trotters and many more! For Chinese New Year this year, House of Happiness has also rolled out a special “Happiness” Treasure Pot – 6 pax or 10 pax, $128 and $208 respectively which is available for take-away during the festive season.
Heading down to Simpang Bedok for supper anytime soon? Remember to check out the delicious sizzling Claypot rice from House of Happiness! Psst! It’s getting really hard to find authentic and nice claypot rice these days!
Look at all these different claypot rice from House of Happiness! Are you drooling yet? Trust me, they are super value-for-money! And they are really generous with the portion (as seen in the picture)!
Lorbak, Onsen Egg and Shanghai Green // $7
House of Happiness is very much known for its ‘melt-in-the-mouth’ Lorbak and I can guarantee you that it’s true. Lorbak was -well-braised and tender. Onsen egg was well-cooked too! How to eat this? Mix them all up! Loving the burnt edges!
Teriyaki Pork Jowl (16 Hrs Slow Cooked) // $7
This was my mum’s favourite, especially the flavourful Pork Jowl (you could really tell its cooked for 16 hours)!
Minced Pork, Dried Shrimp and Brinjal // $7
This was sinful but so damn good! Each mouthful was bursting with flavours and I loved the extra crunch from the dried shrimps. Addictive indeed!
Assorted Mushrooms and Shanghai Green // $7
Vegetarians can also enjoy a satisfying bowl of claypot rice with assorted mushrooms and Shanghai green. They even have readily made sauces for you to add into your claypot!
Onsen Egg, Ikura and Tobiko // $11
This Japanese inspired claypot rice was my favourite out of the bunch! It was full of flavour, generous servings of ikura and tobiko and also look at that beautifully cooked onsen egg. So tempted to buy one back home!
Nearest Mrt Station: Tanah Merah
Location: 294 Bedok Rd, Singapore 469450
What To Order: Onsen Egg, Ikura and Tobiko, Teriyaki Pork Jowl, Lorbak
Food Ratings: 7.5/10
Written by: Yong Wei Kai (Follow me on Instagram @yongweikai or @sgcafehopping)