Le Fuse

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47 Arab Street
Singapore 199744

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12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm


12:00pm - 09:30pm

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From the Burpple community

The mala xiang guo wasn't too oily and was more numbing than spicy. The portions were generous with instant noodles added to this too.

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The soup was very tasty and not just laden with chilli oil. The mala here comes with a list of fixed ingredients like cabbage, chicken sausage, chicken luncheon meat, vegetables etc. Then you can add ingredients accordingly.

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I like this dish but it's usually pricey. Here, it has considerable ingredients, but too little fish, which should be the centrepiece. I spooned too much gravy and regretted. Hours later. You imagine.

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Fish is smooth and soft but the portion was quite small. Super spicy. Eat with caution!


Taking over the space of now-defunct ‘The Sunday Market’ is new kid (3 weeks old) on the block for Serangooners & all! This Muslim-owned cafe @LeFuse_Cafe runs a halal kitchen that churns out authentic Sichuan dishes with a local twist.
From Dengdeng Beef Sichuan ($10.80), Salted Egg Smoked Duck Laksa ($10.80) to Stingray Rice Set ($12.80) and more (swipe for menu), many of these are priced reasonably compared to other eateries around the corner. Here’s what we got:
• Mala Xiang Guo - Spicy Dry Pot ($12.80) ✨
Cauliflower, broccoli, lotus roots, black fungus, potato, chicken sausages, pepper chicken luncheon, enoki & shiitake mushrooms, onions, cabbages, leafy greens and peanuts. Don’t expect the same authentic taste you get from Ri Ri Hong or other DIY mala dry pot, I believe this does have some sort of fused spices or cooking methods incorporated that made it taste just slightly different, & much less oily! Downside could be the prefixed ingredients which you don’t get to choose but definitely in its own league and worth a try, especially with your Muslim friends!
• Rice Cakes Chicken Soto Sichuan ($8.80)
Ketupat rice cakes, begedil, chicken midwings, bean sprouts and greens. This reminds me much of the non-spicy version of Tteokbokki and has what it all takes to divide the Mee Soto & Ketupat Soto gang!
📍Le Fuse
22 Lim Tua Tow Road, S547772
Daily: 11am-10pm (Closed Mon)
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Mala Xiang Guo – Spicy Dry Pot. The xiang guo comes with the typical mala essentials, such as cabbage, potatoes, luncheon meat and even black fungus.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/le-fuse/