From 川味园 (Chuan Wei Yuan) stall.

This was one of the most affordable Mapo tofu options that I have come across. Like all Mapo tofu dishes you buy off Sichuan stalls, this was one oily bowl of soft silky tofu which would pair perfect with a bowl of white rice. For $5.50, Chuan Wei Yuan gives a generous amount of minced meat, as the other places I’ve had Mapo tofu will almost always be stingy with their meat. While it strikes one as excessively oily, I surprisingly did not feel too bloated after the meal. Unfortunately, I did wish that this bowl of Mapo tofu had a much spicier kick — and perhaps this could have been requested. Nonetheless, I did think this was pretty damn decent mapo tofu at an affordable price!