3 Gateway Drive
#04-07 Westgate
Singapore 608532

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11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

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This is perfect for a rainy day where you just want some comfort food. The soup is soooo flavourful, and there is a variety of ingredients that you can choose from. My go-to choices are luncheon meat, taupok, beancurd skin, fish roe dumplings and others.

2.88++ per 100
Mala soup base with spicy level medium probably is good for most ppl, just get your nose watering but can still continue without stopping

I quite like the soup base(there's quite a bit of msg though), it's not very mala per se in that there isn't much oil, rather it's a thin soup base with numbness and heat from powder. Very drinkable if you don't worry about MSG, I almost finished my huge bowl. There's a simultaneous tingling from the peppercorns and drying from msg which creates an interesting sensation lol

Definitely whack their beef, their beef is pretty high quality for this price, you can tell from the marbling.

Pork belly was very tough, not recommended.

Baby cabbage was absolutely on point, its so sweet

Tofu skin was okay, lotus root was very good, it retains the crunch and sweetness

Pass on their mushrooms, it wasnt v good.

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I usually visit Gong Yuan Mala Tang for their mala soup base but recently I decided to try their pork bone soup base & it tasted equally as delicious. 🤩🤩 Super comforting & throw in some chili 🌶 padi to give yourself that spicy kick! 🤤🤤⁣

🍽 Gong Yuan Ma La Tang has a few outlets ⁣
1) Suntec City B1-176⁣
2) Westgate #04-07⁣
3) Heartland Mall #02-15⁣
4) Funan Mall B2-09⁣

🕰 11.30am-9.30/10.00pm⁣


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Not your usual 麻辣火锅 or 麻辣香锅, this way of eating mala is not common in Singapore yet, but it’s actually widespread in China. 麻辣烫 is essentially similar to our yong tau foo where we pick the ingredients and this time round it’s blanched and cooked in a mala broth that’s drinkable. The numbing of the tongue, spiciness and fragrance of the mala broth makes it such an addictive and enjoyable meal.
Gong Yuan Ma La Tang
Address: 3, Gateway Drive, Westgate, Unit 04-07, Singapore 608532