107 North Bridge Road
#B2-09 Funan
Singapore 179105

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Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

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Diff spice levels you can choose from and this was 中辣! Soup wise, it’s definitely soupier and more watery as compared to the tomato soup base we had. Spice level just right and v palatable. Ingredients were a bit expensive as this bowl amounted to $16+ for just one pax... and they were all vegetarian (no meat)!

The first time I tried the mala tang from Gong Yuan, I remember it was very affordable and overall I had a positive experience. This time round, I was v surprised to know that 2 bowls (for 3 of us who weren’t feeling v hungry) cost $33++ but ok I trust that the ingredients we took were heavier 🥲 regardless of the type of ingredients you pick (meat or vegetable), they’re priced the same! So be sure to avoid the heavier ingredients I guess.

Soup wise, it was v thick... almost too thick to be called soup. It was more like tomato sauce gravy instead. Flavour was ok but wished it was soupier so it’d be easier to eat. Not sure why the ingredients were v soft and soggy too.

We visited the shop at around 830pm on a Friday night. There was a short queue forming (we were 2nd in line) and the tables were all full. No staff came to us so ok we thought we could just stay in line and wait for the others to finish up their food. When we were next in line, one of the staff came up to us and said that their tables are all full and it’d be hard for us to get a table given how long it’ll take for the kitchen to cook + for the customers to finish etc. She offered for us to sit in the adjacent store as they were under the same management. Of course we took that choice since that’d mean we can get our food earlier! Only wished she told us that earlier, instead of making us wait in line. Once we were seated down, she rushed over and told us that their last order is 9pm. It was already 855pm.. and again, wished we were informed earlier so we wouldn’t have to rush to get the ingredients etc. Overall, it was not really a good experience as the staff didn’t seem well-equipped to handle such common situations. Food was below expectations so don’t think I’ll visit again :(

Lured in by the smell and wow, it was a disappointment on so many levels.

1. Food wasn't fresh - wanted to eat fish but.. It really didn't look very fresh and wasn't in the mood to risk it.

2. Pricing - a standard charge of $2.68/100g which includes your vegetables and noodles. This means 100g of Maggi Mee would cost you $2.68 but if you get rice instead, it will cost you probably $1.

Since the food didn't look very fresh, we gravitated towards the preserved food which was a mistake because they're so heavy.

Guess the total cost for 1 person 🙃

3. Taste: the soup is okay, decent enough.

4. Service: the cashier initially charged me $36 and I looked at her and asked - one bowl for $36? Then she realised she keyed in the weight twice 🤦‍♀️ if I didn't asked then I guess I'll be paying $36 for this bowl of mala tang.

#help #howtolosecustomers

Never coming back.

Tomato Mala Soup, anybody? This bowl here cost $7.70

Very customisable, from the ingredients to the soup base.

Soup base options: Mala, Tomato, Chinese Pickled Vegetables, Mushroom, Pork Broth & Dry Mala. My personal favourite is Tomato Mala.

Unlike the mala soup in hotpot where you see layer of chilli oil and Sichuan peppercorn, I like that this does not and it’s a mixture of pork broth and mala, very drinkable.

Delivery: GrabFood/FoodPanda/FREE Islandwide Delivery(min. $40, more details on their page)

Handpicked Ingredients $2.88/100g

Rich, tasty, and bold in taste, this has a deep earthy herbal sweet savoury flavour. It comes with a few chunks of bouncy shimeiji or straw mushrooms within.
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The warm soup / broth is pure comfort on cold or rainy days.
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Gong Yuan Ma La Tang
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This is a pleasantly drinkable counterpart of mala xiang guo / stir-fried spicy hot pot. Choose from small, medium, or large spicy heat - I usually get medium or large.
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The mala soup / broth has the fragrant aroma of mala peppercorn and spices, with a bold savoury sweet salty spicy flavour that isn't overly salty or oily. Really filling too.
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The addition of a beaten egg results in a much more sweet eggy flavour, taming a bit of the savoury salty spicy notes. I actually prefer this over the other versions.
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Gong Yuan Ma La Tang
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