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

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Sunday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

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

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With the chilly season comes the best time to tuck into a hearty tummy-warming Mala! Having had Mala at plenty of places, 日日紅 has been on my wishlist as I've seen it appear on my Google search for "Best Mala in SG"!

Prices were charged according to the type of ingredients you pick. Vegetables are charged at $1, meat at $2, and fish at $3. The lady will grab a specific amount of the ingredient you choose, depending on the pax having it. I ordered my usual must-haves of Maggi, luncheon meat, enoki mushroom, lotus root, tau kwa, broccoli and Chinese cabbage.

You'd be given a queue number upon ordering, but the waiting process was relatively fast. I tried the 微辣 version, and it did not disappoint. The taste of the dish was well balanced, as there was equal ratio of numbness to spice (some other places' Mala are just plain salty, or numb and not spicy) - it was tasty alright. My bowl came with some free ingredients such as pork slices, kelp and the flat translucent noodles, which I assume are remnants from the previous stirfry.. the serving was huge and only costed approx. $8!

It was a satisfying meal indeed.. oh and don't forget to pair it with a cup of sugarcane lemon juice!

Had a "xiao la" (less spicy) mala xiang guo with pork, lotus, , tofu skin, romaines and king oyster mushrooms for $11.00. Also got 2 bowls of rice for $0.50 each.

This was very pleasant! They were extremely generous with their portions, so my partner and I were definitely full after the bowl. The "wok hei" could be tasted. Everything was well assembled, stir-fried to perfection with a really nice amount of chili oil coating the dish giving it the oomph without being too greast. Also, the lotus were notably extra crunchy!
Definitely would recommend 👍🏼

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A soupy version for a rainy day. Actually prefer this to the dry one, especially if you're ordering the sweet potato noodles

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