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Featuring Bedok Chwee Kueh (Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre), 328 Katong Laksa (Tiong Bahru Plaza), Hawker (Jewel Changi Airport), Bedok Interchange Gim Chew Fried Hokkien Noodle, Hajah Maimunah Restaurant (Arab St), Ponggol Nasi Lemak (Upper Serangoon Road), Wan Hao Food Court
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Newly opened mala store in Wan Hao Food Court

Paid 16.30 for a decent sized bowl of mala xiang guo with a bowl of rice.

Picked the lowest level of spice and felt it would be suitable for those who are just starting to try spicy food/mala food. You can definitely picked the higher level if you are used to spicy food.

Ingredients are fresh and the wait during lunch time is bearable compared to other mala stores.

Expect to queue when you come because it is that good.

Paid about 14+ for all the dishes in the picture. Their rice and chicken wings are a must have if you are trying it for the first time. Forget about your diet because every side dish just looks so delish when you are ordering.

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Authentic Indonesian food at affordable prices (about 40+ for 4 dishes + 3 rice) and the chilli was super tasty!

However, food was already cold by the time we ordered at 6pm as they stop cooking new batches of dishes for selection.

SGD 4 for middle sized plate

Not able to customize removal of beansprout as they fry in batches. Egg was crispy enough at the edges to contrast with the flavours of the noodle broth.

50cent per piece

I’ve been eating from this stall for more than 15 years and the standard has been the same all these years. The radish is nicely salty and chopped into fine pieces, the rice cake is soft and melts in your mouth.

The other outlets they have (eg clementi) tastes just as good but my favourite is still this outlet.

Ala Carte: $8.90
Meal: $10.90 (drink + fries)

Tried the this stall as it had one of the shortest Q during the preview of Jewel.

However, this chilli crab bun is quite a disappointment considering it is “inspired by No Signboard”. There was not enough sauce, the sauce was not flavourful and you can’t see the crab meat in the patty.

Not a stall I would come back to.

I find this outlet much better than the original one at Katong outlet as they don’t charge extra for chilli and the staff is a lot friendlier.

Also, there is a middle option instead of just Small, Medium, Large.

There are a lot more variety in terms of dishes in this outlet. My fav outlet of the 328 Katong laksa.

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Bribe your way to my heart with (good) food, and lots of love for my pups.

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