Here, meat and vegetables are charged by portions, rather than weight. Vegetables are $1 per portion, meat at $2, and seafood $3. Tossed in mala chilli oil, dried chillis, ginger and more than 20 types of herbs and spices, their version of mala xiang guo contains a copious amount of garlic, and almost no numbness due to the sheer amount of peppercorn. Everything we ordered was veg, so this dish might as well be mala salad..Who needs meat when this dish is already so tasty!? The vegetables were crunchy and soaked up all the spicy essence like a sponge. The mala sauce was appetising and had a slight kick, pleasantly fragrant, not too heavy or salty, and quite delicious. 中辣 is definitely bearable! We paid $16 for this huge bowl, pretty cheap I must say! Portions definitely run big here, so if you come as a couple, you’d probably want to order fewer items! Find out our flavor profile rating on
Ri Ri Hong Ma La Xiang Guo (日日红麻辣香锅)
32 New Market Road
People's Park Complex Food Centre
#01-1036 and #01-1152
Singapore 050032