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mala xiang guo

$12.00 · 32 Reviews

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.
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📍 Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo
32 New Market Road, People’s Park Food Centre, Unit 01-042/052, Singapore 050032

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.
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📍 Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo
32 New Market Road, People’s Park Food Centre, Unit 01-042/052, Singapore 050032

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Charged by the types of ingredients you choose instead of weight, Ri Ri Hong Mala Hot Pot is undeniably one of the most popular stalls in Chinatown that can satisfy your mala cravings.

I’m in Team 小辣🔥. Which team are you on?
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

One of the, if not the best mala Xiang guo in sg. This is perfect for those who dislike a strong cumin taste. The numbing feeling from the sze chuan peppercorns make it more palatable to the newly converted mala fans

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🔥Finally tried the acclaimed best mala in Singapore 日日紅麻辣香鍋 Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo🔥❗️first tip: if they ask you how many pax - tell them one pax less😱if not you will end up with this hugeass bowl like me (swipe to see the insane portion for 2 people 😵) I ordered this much and it cost me $20 only👍 so it’s really as worth it as they say✨❗️second tip: get a beer!!!! 🍺 go for the $5 雪花啤酒 snowflake beer! Super worth it and make the entire hawker mala experience 💯 🥳definitely worth going back😬 ➡️remember to ask for less oil less salt less msg⬅️
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Ri Ri Hong has die hard fans and there is always a long queue at their store. Their Mala is more la (spicy) than ma (numb) and they charge by per pax. For example, instead of charging you say $3/100g for meat, they charge $2/pax for meat. Just got to let them know how many people you are ordering for.

What I like about ri ri hong is that it is spicy shiok and not too salty while the portion is generous. 2 pax can probably feed 3 pax.

Just need to brave the queue and the heat 😎

Ordered a total worth of $25 for 3 pax. The spiciness is mild as we ordered 小辣. There is a little broth in it and it is nice to slurp on it.

By the time we finished our meal, there is a snaking long queue being formed. Luckily, we came right after rain stopped hence there wasn't a queue when we arrived.

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My friends and I love eating here - decent prices and great variety of ingredients. When we spend $10/person we are usually stuffed. Service is efficient and spice is awesome with mala kick. We love the oyster mushrooms, meats and tofu! We go for Zhong La and it’s not too bad. Xiao la works too!

Hack: Say you’re eating 1 person’s portion if you’re having a meal with 2 so you get to choose more different types!

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Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo is exception - in both quality and quantity. For a small price of $9 u can get a pot big enough to feed 3 people. Compared to many other Mala Xiang Guo out there, the quantity u can get here will probably double that elsewhere. Even with the greater quantity, the quantity does not disappoint either. Run by a group of veteran chefs, the taste here is not only real spicy, but rich and flavorful as well.

I recommend 大辣 if you are up for a challenge :)

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My all times favourite mala xiang guo! Just the right amount of flavour. Not to salty nor too numbing! A lot of ingredients to choose from! They can customise not just the spiciness level, but u can ask for less oil, and many more!
Service is fast and efficient!
Most importantly, they are so affordable. They charge by per set rather than weight!