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Address

32 New Market Road
#01-1042 & #01-1052 People's Park Food Centre
Singapore 050032

Tuesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Price

~$10/pax

Reviews at Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo 日日红麻辣香锅 (People Park's Food Centre)

Reviews of good food at Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo 日日红麻辣香锅 (People Park's Food Centre)
MALA Craze Taking Over Singapore?

Went all the way to Chinatown's market to try the much raved about Ri Ri Mala Pot. Almost every patrons at the hawker centre had a big bowl of mala goodness embossed with 日日麻辣香锅 on the bowl. And truth be told, the mala craze really lives up to it's name! The queues are long & so are the waits but I'd say it's definitely worth it! I enjoyed my pot of mala goodness to the last bit of it. My vegetarian bowl with medium spice came up to $15, and I shared it with 4 people with satiated tummies! Go for it if you don't mind long waits & have lots of time to spare! I absolutely love mala pots & I'm officially on the mala bandwagon!

Mala Hotpot

Back again for this bang for the buck mala hotpot with the right level of spiciness and flavour. Shared this $24 with 3 mala fans and still we couldn't finish it 🤣

Mala That's Really Tasty & Value For Money

Months of talking about visiting "Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo" finally came to pass last evening. I joined the long but fast-moving queue to pick out the ingredients for two portions (to be shared among 3 of us) and asked to have one cooked "少辣" or lowest level of spiciness (top bowl in pic) and the other, the highest (bottom bowl). Also, I requested for both to be fried "wetter" as I had never had this dish that way before.
The distinction between the two bowls, which came to about $21 with two bowls of rice included, were apparent. I much preferred the spicier one as it was more fragrant. In future though, I shall stick with the drier style of stir-fry as it seems to accentuate the aroma of the Szechuan spices better.

Massive bowl of fire!

The long queues did pique our curiosity and had to try this place out. Being a first time "Mala Xiang Guo" eater, it all seemed very interesting. You start by picking from all of the fresh ingredients like prawns, squid, pork, chicken, vegetables, etc and then you tell them your spice leave and pay. Ten minutes later, you end up with a huge bowl like this and begin feasting and wishing you had a cool drink and tissues to help cope with the spice. For about $10 a person (there was 3 of us) it's pretty good value, definitely won't be the last time visiting this place!

Mala Xiang Guo

$12 for this huge bowl of goodness! Can be easily shared by 2 people, but a greedy person like me can finish this and be really really full!!! Best place to have this dish in my opinion!! You can choose different levels of spiciness and medium always seems to be the best for me!

[Mala Xiang Guo]

Craving for some 🔥 in the tummy after a day filled with super soaking action.

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Cheap (compared to those at foodcourts), generous portions and best of all, at my fav hawker centre setting. Queues can get pretty long even though they have two stalls serving!

Ri Ri Hong 麻辣香锅

Price: $12 for 3 Person. Ordered the Da La and I can feel the kick... Love the spice, best to eat on a rainy days 👍🏻👍🏻

Mala Siang Guo Hotpot

What can I say, that I'm here every other day? Hahaha! Review from the previous post: "Hands down still the most affordable mala hotpot around and one of my favorites. Instead of charging by weight, it goes by serving - $1 for a serving of vermicelli, $1 for a serving of mushrooms, $3 for a serving of cuttlefish, etc. It's very cheap compared to many stalls out there, but don't worry, because the ingredients used are fresh and servings are huge! (I saw a lady gasp when she was collecting her bowl hahaha!) Similar to the rest, request for your preferred level of spiciness and if you would like it dry or with more gravy. I find this less oily than others but still very appetizing and tasty. Even without the downtown line, I would gladly travel for this because it has never failed to make my day. So shiok! #IFindComfortHere " #BurppleCheapNGood

Mala Siang Guo Hotpot

Hands down still the most affordable mala hotpot around and one of my favorites. Instead of charging by weight, it goes by serving - $1 for a serving of vermicelli, $1 for a serving of mushrooms, $3 for a serving of cuttlefish, etc. It's very cheap compared to many stalls out there, but don't worry, because the ingredients used are fresh and servings are huge! (I saw a lady gasp when she was collecting her bowl hahaha!) Similar to the rest, request for your preferred level of spiciness and if you would like it dry or with more gravy. I find this less oily than others but still very appetizing and tasty. Even without the downtown line, I would gladly travel for this because it has never failed to make my day. So shiok! #IFindComfortHere #BurppleCheapNGood

My virgin 麻辣香锅!

Huge bowl for $13. Worth the queue! To be fair the queue looked v long but it moved quite efficiently. And this was only 小辣!Super sweat-inducing but also super shiok. Cannot imagine what it would have been like if we had chosen the more spicy levels. #confirmlaosai #burpple #malaxiangguo

[日日红麻辣香锅] Of the many Mala Hot Pot (麻辣香锅) stalls that you can find in hawker centres, coffeeshops or food courts, Ri Ri Hong Mala Hot Pot at People's Park Food Centre has always been my top pick.

This is because it got so addictive after my first try that I kept going back over and over again.

They have a wide array of ingredients for you to choose from mushrooms to meat and seafood, all at a very affordable price. Usually, we will get a shock of our lives as we witness the exorbitant prices that their competitors charge elsewhere and you will never find a Mala Hot Pot as value-for-money as this.

After selecting the items, you will get to choose the level of spiciness which I will go for less spicy (小辣) or moderate spicy (中辣), depending on my mood that day. The feasting behinds shortly after the chef blanches the items and stir fry them with the Mala spices.

Address: 32, New Market Road, People's Park Food Centre, Unit 01-1042 & 01-1052, Singapore 050032
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Eating chilli for dinner.

Nowadays 90s like us prefer to go restaurants or cafes for a sumptuous meal. However I got this group of friends who is in love with this ma la "麻辣" at Chinatown food hawker.
The way they took order was very similar to Yong Tau Foo, just pick whatever you like and they will turned it into a big bowl of chilli.
At first, I must said that I was very skeptical because the amount of chilli used was more than dramatic. After my first few bites, I realized why my friends fell in love with this stall. The tongue numbing sensation, especially when bite into one of the peppercorn. All of us kept perspiring and trying to exhaust the fire by mouthful of white rice and sugar crane (thank god for sugar crane). Trapped in a hot and humid food court eating insanely spicy food turned out to be a pretty enjoyable dinner. All of us were laughing at each other on our intolerance for the hot and spicy.
Eventually most of our tolerance level improved and continue to challenge their next level of spiciness.
#Hawkerpedia

Mala Hot Pot ($15)

First introduced by my Chinese classmate last year, this mala hot pot is chronically addictive. My personal favourite ingredients here are their mushroom and bamboo shoots. After a year, I realised they have tweaked the spiciness level to cater to locals' tastebuds. It's sufficiently spicy (and oily) and generous in portion as compared to many other mala hot pot places that calculate the prices based on individual weight.

Mala Hot Pot ($14 For 2)

If there is one aspect of our culture that does not discriminate, it would definitely be in our food. Despite its authentic Chinese origins, Ri Ri Hong attracts throngs of locals everyday, eager to get their hands on a bowl of fiery, numbing goodness. And even if you had stereotypes of the Chinese, speak to the store owners here and the myths will be dispelled. The store owners are Ri Ri Hong are among the most genuine hawkers I've met. Sincere, friendly and extremely helpful, they have always given me good recommendations of which ingredients to take or even offered to serve me during their lull period. I've been here countless times and the service hasn't changed! The people aside, the Mala hot pot here is among the most tasty and affordable I've had. Order 小辣 if your tolerance for spiciness is among the Singaporean average and you'll be pleasantly surprised at how good the food really is. Come taste the fragrance of the Mala spices in Ri Ri Hong's Mala hot pot for yourself! #hawkerpedia

麻辣香锅 ($17)

Backed by positive recommendations from fellow foodies, 日日红麻辣香锅 has been the standout stall in the hot and bustling People's Park Food Centre. Judging from the long queues, it is the go-to place to "spice" up your life. I can't recall how many types of vegetables, mushrooms and meat that we ordered but the bill came up to only $17. It is definitely more affordable than the many 麻辣香锅 stalls in food courts and hawker centre.

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