[CLOSED] Auntie’s Wok & Steam (Alley on 25)

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5 Fraser Street
Level 25 Andaz Singapore Alley on 25
Singapore 189354

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Nice view from Level 25, but the atmosphere would not be one typically associated with an auntie’s dining room. Limited menu of local dishes. OK, but really nothing to write home about. So, it’s a place that is overpriced without being expensive. Even for tourists, there are better places to taste local food in a nice environment.

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It’s going for quality and not quantity over here at Andaz! Love the overall consistency of all the food that they offered. There are both buffet spread and ala carte ordering. Special mention to their red bean soup which i love it so much that i had 2 servings of it! Not starchy but just the right consistency of the gooeyness! The sweetness was so light with dried citrus being added in. Another mention-worthy dish is their fried carrot cake, soft carrot cake with the right proportion of egg makes it so flavourful!

This is NOT your typical “mala hotpot” experience. It’s upscale (think comfortable and elegant dining space complete with a bird’s eye view of the surrounding area) and food-wise, delivers in terms of being audaciously fragrant and fiercely spicy.
At $60++ for 2 pax, the Mala Set Meal at “Auntie’s Wok & Steam” on the 25th floor of Andaz Singapore Hotel is without a doubt, very good value. Not only do you get to choose from three kinds of premium proteins (Barramundi, Kurobuta pork and Wagyu beef) to be stirfried very well with black fungi and mushrooms in a housemade blend of uber aromatic “mala” spices, but the set also includes a plate of fiery Firecracker Fried Chicken (we love that they cut the meat into big boneless pieces), steamed organic rice that has a really pleasant taste, and four icy-cold bottles of Andaz Pale Ale.
Adding on a plate of stirfried vegetables is a good idea in my opinion as it helps make the meal more balanced.

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I’ve never even heard of it until the past 10 years of so, but it has since exploded in popularity in Singapore and in China as well, so much so that there are tons of restaurants thriving on just this one dish.

Intelligently jumping on the trend and demand, @andazsingapore has come up with a mala xiang guo set worth talking about. Unlike some places where you get to pick your items, there are only three items to choose from, Australian Wagyu, Pork collar and @kuhlbarra Barramundi. I decided to go with pork on the advice of the chefs and wasn’t disappointed. It was typical Kurobuta, tender and juicy. The pot comes filled with other delicious ingredients such as lotus roots and mushrooms as well.

The $60 set comes with a large mala claypot, crispy firecracker chicken, two bowls of fluffy white rice and 4 bottles of Andaz Pale Ale.

While pricier than what you would usually pay for at hawker joints, the fact that you’re dining 25 stories high with a panoramic view of the city, coupled with the signature Andaz good service makes it insane value.

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Now with 1 dine free with every 3 paying adults for HSBC Cardholders.
This includes a classic steamed dim sum, fried dim sum specialties, a rotating mix of comforting congee, and hearty stir-fries.

Have the Organic Wok-Fried Rice, tossed along with shredded crab meat (sustainably-sourced crabs at that), julienned French beans, and fresh green asparagus.



Buffet is a steal for only $39++ per person (now with 1 dine free with every 3 paying adults with HSBC Card), which includes a classic steamed dim sum, fried dim sum specialties, a rotating mix of comforting congee, and hearty stir-fries.

Diners can pick one item from the premium main courses in this value-for-money buffet, which includes Kung Pao Chicken, Minced Pork Ma Po Tofu, Black Pepper Tiger Prawns, and Stir-fried Beef with Spicy Black Bean Sauce.

Additionally, each diner can also select one item from their premium yum cha menu, from Lobster Congee, Wagyu Short Rib Mantou Sliders to Scallop Siew Mai for a more indulgent meal.


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