Snake with claypot rice and duck liver sausage
If you prefer your snake steamed, this is the way to go. Unlike the deep-fried snake mentioned earlier, the snake here has no bones whatsoever, making it far easier to consume. And trust me, it’s not fun to remove a bone from your mouth each few seconds. The claypot snake is soft, tender and, most importantly, not disgusting at all. It may sound and look off-putting (it’s the pale-colored, squid-like pieces in the image above) to you – or to me at least – but the taste is perfectly tolerable. If you can take squid and scallops – which is what this reminded me of – you’ll probably have no issues digging into this.