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Address

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

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

Price

~$10/pax

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

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

It’s basically a choice of ingredients from meats, spam and vegetables wok-fried with a super spicy sauce.

It has been a long time since I came to People’s Park Food Centre. Came here after I watched Food King. Half of the stalls I was familiar with are gone, and it’s quite the “Chinatown” now.
Not bad, the luncheon meat and the meatballs in mala sauce were sweat-inducing but satisfying.

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Finally tried this!!! Having xiao la (small spice) felt like it was more salty than ma. Got 3 meats for $2 each, abundance of veggies + 2 Maggie mee (our best buy) for a total of $16. Also to be lauded for is their quick turnaround of just 5minutes cooking. Will recommend trying medium spice to any avid Mala lover!

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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 www.atasteofdojo.com/ri-ri-hong-ma-la-xiang-guo/
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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

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This stall is probably the most well know mala hotpot in Singapore. The spiciness is just nice, portion is generous and ingredients are fresh. Shiok!

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So.. this is my virgin try at Ri Ri Hong after only 1 other take at Mala in a nearby foodcourt. (That wasn’t too bad but it had bitter aftertastes and was more la than anything)

Your firsts does make a difference at defining all the others. But thankfully this time, I was met with a piquant bowl of MALA that wasn’t overly oily, but truly fragrant with garlic and other herbaceous additions to the dish.

I loved it. It was a beautiful balance of every spice and herb and MORE. The spices were lightly tossed, not overly crushed and extracted, hence the overall palatability

9/10

Beware the sneaky peppercorns that can get embedded in the veggies.

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I wish can rub mala on people's faces. Like 大辣 up the nostril.

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[Chinatown] This China-originated dish has gained much popularity over the past few years and has sprung up at many places, yet not many do it as well as here. Over at 日日红麻辣香锅, meat and vegetables are charged by portions, instead of the usual 100g. Your chosen ingredients are wok fried with mala chilli oil and dried chillies, then piled up in a big bowl. The dish is fragrant and seasoned nicely, while the medium level of spice was just nice. Prices for the portions are relatively affordable (p.s. we did spend $80 for 5 people because we have black holes for stomachs) so don't expect to spend more than $10 per person if you're a normal eater #singaporefood #burpple
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Found a gem at People's Park, Chinatown, this is just at a super affordable $17 that feeds 2 fatties - @cheltton and I. I'll definitely be back for this and thanks for the enlightenment this afternoon 😘😘😘

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her lunch got delayed. so food became abit soggy. but still nice. feeling loserish today so only went for 小辣. learnt a lesson from this first time ordering. just ask for single serving. 9 per pax. #日日红麻辣香锅 #malaxiangguo #burpple #sgfood

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we... caved in to our mala cravings!!! well it's normal to have a mala craving!! but this is hands down my go-to place for mlxg; wide variety of ingredients yet pocket-friendly (price of the bowl is based on the number of ingredients you order & not its weight)

definitely value for money if you are sharing with your mala-kakis, since they are really generous with its ingredients! ◡̈ 👍🏻

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What’s your spice level? Small, medium, or maximum spice? Ri Ri Hong has 3 outlets in People’s Park Complex Food Centre so you will not miss it. Choose your vegetables first, then your meat, before deciding on your spice level, or whether you want it dry or soupy. Average price per person is at about $13!

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There are moments in life where you just need a good bowl of Mala to hit the spot, and this venue doesn’t fail to deliver. We were slightly concerned that we overspent with our selection of 2 meats and a heap of mushrooms and vegetables. But it came up to only $22 for 2 people. (I really thought it was going to be $30+)

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Came here upon reading many good reviews and I am officially jumping onto the mala bandwagon! Service was very efficient. Best part is that customers are charged according to item, and not weight (I know some stalls can be quite scam!) Veggies cost $1, meat for $2, and premium meat for $3, rice for $0.50. Got the portion for one because it is big enough to be shared between two. Please do yourselves a favor and get a 中辣 (medium spiciness) or above! Spice level is very tolerable for me, considering that I am not a pro when it comes to eating spicy food. But still very shiok! 😋
‼️TIP‼️If you are ordering a bigger bowl/more ingredients to share, get the 大辣 so there will be enough chilli oil to be spread across more ingredients.

  • 2 Likes

Super efficient stall despite the long queue. Good quality ingredients and pretty affordable for the portion served! Happy I finally tried this highly raved place!😊 8/10

  • 1 Like

Almost every table has a bowl, every outlet has a queue & its always busy no matter the time of the day &/or night. 😋

ACAMASTIPS & GTK💮: Portions run big here, so if you come as a couple just order a portion for one. The servings are generous & fairly affordable if you choose your ingredients well. 🖖🏻

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