32 New Market Road
#01-1050 People's Park Complex Food Centre
Singapore 050032

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Not exactly the best szechuan-style grilled fish I've had. Found the mala broth very diluted and somewhat "healthy" (where's my chilli oil?!). The dish came with loads of Chinese cabbage, beansprouts, enoki mushrooms, beancurd skin, and lotus roots. Fish was pretty fresh. Come here if you're looking for quantity over quality.

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Stir Fried Long Beans ($4.50)
Probably the cheapest plate of vegetables at a tze char stall stir fried fresh upon order. My mind couldn’t quite register the quantity for the price paid. The long beans have been fried till dehydrated and slightly crunchy and then stir fried with minced pork and dried chilli. Could be spicier but nevertheless very delicious and highly recommended.


Even though the intestines in this dish are deep-fried for a crunchy bite, they retain that distinct smell which the more sensitive-nosed among you will find a turn-off. I did find it acceptable but only just. And that’s because of the strong spices used.


Inspired by Burppler Jayson Yeo’s posts about this China-Chinese hawker stall’s food, a few of us trooped over there for lunch today.
I love eggs and I love chives, so the moment I spotted an item on their menu with both, ordering it was a foregone conclusion.
In spite of the obvious simplicity, this freshly stir-fried dish tasted good. And as with most Chinese food, eating it with a bowl of steaming hot plain rice was a must.


Deep-fried intestines dunked into mala is my new thang. 川味坊香辣蟹(#01-1050) at People’s Park Complex Food Centre does an awesome version of this crispy dish. A generous portion of crisp, hot intestines and garlic sprouts, it was great on its own (a little gamey, but I’m cool with that), but ten times better after stewing in the mala fish broth for a short while.

We ordered 小辣 for our fish, not knowing how hot it’d be, but it wasn’t very spicy at all so just go with regular if you’ve got a decent heat tolerance.


For the price, this wasn’t bad at all.
The seabass was reasonably large and wallowed in a watery “mala” gravy with an abundance of cabbage and beansprouts, as well as a few piece of lotus root, enoki, beancurd skin, and black fungus. Crunchy peanuts and fresh “khng chye” (flat leaf parsley) were used as garnish.
When compared to other China-Chinese food stalls, the dishes from here weren’t too oily or salty in general.
If you are keen to try, look out for McDonald’s. The stall faces the fast food outlet directly and has a black and white signboard with three big Chinese characters on it.