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Hands down my most favourite char siew and roasted pork rice place!

At just $3, you get what you see in the picture. The meat were tender and savory while the sauce and chilli perfected it.

It's a must try if you're in the area.

Soup was peppery and hot on initial taste, and mellowed into a more rounded flavour. The meat however, was rather dry/tough, and perhaps only the spare rib in the $9.80 option & 1 piece of the other type of meat was passable.

The service left much to be desired. We were v thirsty from our run, and asked for some warm water. It took a ridiculous amount of time for the water to come. We went over to check if we could just serve ourselves (the jug was just right there), and the waiter said that the water would be coming soon (but no it didn’t). And when it finally did come, they served it in a plastic cup with a plastic straw (??!!). Okay the plastic issue is something management has to look into, so can’t help that until they change their SOPs, but I can’t understand how water can take so long to be served.

Honestly this place is ~okay~ but I wouldn’t come back, my first (and probably last) visit left a bad impression.

It’s been quite a while since I’ve visited Jin Jin for their MLXG but it looks like their popularity with the supper crowd hasn’t changed. They’ve changed their serving bowls, that’s for sure, but the ingredients offered are pretty much the same. Thankfully the ingredients are weighed separately so you don’t lose out too much if you spam vegetables. This bowl for two with one bowl of rice cost us $18.20 which wasn’t too bad.

I ordered medium spiciness and less oil, and somehow it didn’t quite hit the spot as it did before. The Ma la wasn’t very spicy, and not numbing at all. Still, since it has a good range of ingredients - especially vegetables and mushrooms, I’ll be back again from time to time but I’ll probably get the extra spicy instead.

One of my favourite popiah! Excellent skills at wrapping and the crunch inside gave it an extra punch. Satisfying!

You seldom get to find pipa duck rice at affordable price in Singapore but thanks to this young ladies who brought their skill to the eaters at Burlington Square.

Consider a pretty small shop inside the building, with not many seats available. But don’t miss out trying their roasted meat with either noodle or rice.

The pipa duck was prepared for at least 5 hours and above, so they are juicy yet not so oily. $5.80

Passed by this place many times and finally came to try the Mala Xiang Guo during a weekday evening for dinner. Very exciting little Chinese Cuisine place with two storey seating. Affordable price for a stall in Bugis/Central Town Area and its 中辣 was pretty fierce. Enjoyed my meal and cheap thrills having a little heart shaped Cheese Tofu! 💛

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How often do we see soup base mala xiang guo?

This mala xiang guo offer 3 levels of spicy level. If you like the spicy, go for medium...the items is self select and weight at counter, so take what you like and how much you feel like eating.

The soup base was very interesting, it's very ADDICTIVE. It's really feel better on a rainy day, it just warm up your body. There are air conditioning on the level 2 where you need to take the stairs up from the back.

Definitely I will go again, this shop closes at 2am... Another option open for supper..

One of the best mala xiang guo I have eaten, very affordable and the spiciness is just right! Always very crowded at lunch hour.

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Definitely one of the better minced meat noodles in Singapore. Added extra meat for $1.00 but was about the same as normal bowl of meat hence my advise is to not add on any meat. The chilli and vinegar went really well with the mee sua and the pork liver was really tender and not too chewy. 6.5/10

Variety of side dishes to choose from.
The fried pork pieces are not too salty, juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside. Overall, cheap and good!!

Great noodles, especially the soup that came on the side.

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