823A Tampines Street 81
#01-02 Food Park
Singapore 521823

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11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm


11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

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What is difficult is to find the right balance of spiciness, savouriness and numbing sensation in a mala xiangguo and we were lucky to have discovered that at Ri Ri Sheng Mala Hotpot. It was a rather impromptu decision to have mala for dinner and after searching around the vicinity, Ri Ri Sheng Mala Hotpot popped up in our search efforts. We picked the usual ingredients that we would normally get for mala xiangguo like lotus roots, pork belly, luncheon meat and instant noodles, stir fried in the 小辣 option as this is our first time trying, we do not want it to be too spicy.

To our amazement, Ri Ri Sheng Mala Hotpot has all the right elements of a good mala xiangguo, with the spicy and numbing sensation in every bite. We clearly didn’t expect it to be this good, and because of that we will definitely be back again soon to try a second time.
✨ Ri Ri Sheng Mala Hotpot
📍 823A Tampines Street 81, Food Park, Singapore 521823
🍴 [Self-Funded]


Vegetables are $1 while meat is $3. Ordered all vegetables and tanghoon and turned out to be quite a large bowl for $8! Medium spice was quite spicy compared to medium at other stores and was definitely numbing but was good. Tanghoon is chewy but the mushrooms are quite small in portion. Lots of peanuts given which I love! Would definitely order from here again!

9.5 results in a rather filling portion, esp with the necessity of a drink. They dont go easy on the numbing peppercorns, and the numbness made my facial Muscles sore from the trembling. Thats only xiaola so take note.

Well seasoned, and quite straight Forward with the spicy and the numbing tastes, without much else. Still enjoyable though, esp due to the generous portions

P.S. as my buddy ordered for me this time, i have gained experience about ingredients choice since hes quite a mala fanatic. Do away with the juicy veggies like cabbage if u want a punch in the bowl. Those veggies dilute the spices quite a bit and results in less punch

Potatoes are fantastic as somehow theyre less spicy but just as fragrant, meaning you can keep popping slice after slice

Have to admit sausages are quite flavourful, even though i dont get it due to it bring unhealthy normally

Oyster mushroom still doesnt pick up sauce well couple with the fact that it's juicy, but enoki does that quite well

Maggi is really very good in a mala xiangguo bowl, highly recommended

Tried this stall my first time today, and the first thing I noticed was the different noodle used. The Maggi noodles were thinner in size, but they do soak up the mala flavours more. Portions are generous as me and my friend ordered a $20 bowl but we were unable to finish!

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Honestly very disappointed with this bowl of mala xiang guo because it’s definitely lacking in fragrance (香) and saltiness. Ordered 中辣 (mid-level spicy) and it was manageable but the more I dug into it, I can feel the 麻 (numb) and spiciness. However, this is gonna be my first and last time patronizing this mala xiang guo stall, despite the cheaper price and generous portion given.

(S$9 - 1 to 2 pax, $0.50 - rice)

Has a variety of ingredients to choose from. Particularly like the hot dog here as when mixed with the mala sauce is very delicious. Word of advice though, waiting times might be very long on weekends in the evening, waited more than 30mins for the food to be ready.