32 New Market Road
#01-1036 & #01-1152 People's Park Complex Food Centre
Singapore 050032

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10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

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Still my favourite place for mala.
Customer can choose 4 level spiciness, from non-spicy, mildly spicy, spicy and very spicy.
I chose the mildly spicy, so I still can enjoy the balance the between numbness and spicy.
📍Ri Ri Hong Mala Hot Pot
People's Park Hawker Centre

Some say this is the OG. There are 2 日日红stalls within People’s Park Center FC. Both have similar standards IMO. Cheaper than your food court 麻辣香锅. $23 of food could feed nearly 3 pax! The level of spiciness has probably been toned down. 中辣is a good point to start for most of us!

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Overhyped? Definitely. But good? Indubitably

This is the most shiok bowl I've had so far, if you've had a few good ones you know that if they copy from the OG the OG isn't going to taste too different. Nonetheless there's sth distinct about their spices, and slightly better if I may add, than most other places I've had.

It's not worth peak hours queue I guess, because how different can it be from every place that copies them, but to have it at 9pm without queueing, then it's really a blessing.

Their spices are probably adjusted to cater to the crowd, get 中辣 if you're able to take any spice at all, 小辣 over here probably only stings. The heat is there but I'm able to continue without water, so it's perfect for me and I guess anyone who loves mala for the flavours rather than the torture

Portion is really big, 3 things probably enough for one pax if you're not looking to stuff yourself. I'm v happy I didn't over order, 5 ingredients and I couldn't have finished. The cook was decent, not superb because they're rushing for time I guess. Some pork slices didn't separate, luckily nothing was overcooked.

Overall, worth checking out when the queue is short. Solid food and unique spices blend

Price dependent on how much you ordered. I paid $20 for this plus 2 bowl of rice. This was my favourite mala place in Singapore, and was the first stall that I ever tried. But I felt that the standard dropped? Not as nice as I remembered it to be. Nevertheless, still a enjoyable meal.

Had this 小辣 bowl of mala and it was not bad - there was a nice spicy & numbing kick, but not too overwhelming such that I couldn’t taste anything after. I’m not the best candidate to review mala as I feel like they’re all around the same (plus I have low spice tolerance), but I liked that this bowl wasn’t too oily, and the ingredients were decently stir-fried.

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Certainly not so as there was barely any queue at all at the popular Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo during dinner time. Perhaps it was due to the less crowded atmosphere that the chef was able to control the quality of the mala xiang guo much better and this time round it was much better than previous visits. Each ingredient was coated evenly with the secret spice blend and it was also not over the salty scale. However, they might have adjusted the spice level slightly and for most spicy eaters, you should get a minimum 中辣 and above to feel the heat. In addition, there’s still a pool of oil at the bottom even after requested for less oil, so probably you should just ask for much lesser oil in future.
📍 Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo
32 New Market Road, People’s Park Food Centre, Unit 01-042/052, Singapore 050032