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Peppercorn

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~$10/pax
*Applying for Halal certification

30 Kandahar Street
Singapore 198890

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Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

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The founders from Peppercorn takes inspiration from street food scene from Beijing, Shanghai, and the Si Chuan region. .
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With over 20 ingredients, 3 types of noodles and 4 spice level from no spice to hot for your Malatang. You may go for dry version too! But I think it’s good to try the Signature soup version as the broth is made from rich chicken soup. I’ve ordered for mildly spiced malatang with extra udon noodles. The heat was very mild with a hint of numbing yet I could taste the sweetness of the chicken soup. There are some condiments like chilli sauce if you would like to add extra spice to your malatang. .
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To participate this giveaway:
On Instagram:
a) Follow @Foodgemsg & @Peppercorn30 on Instagram.
b) Comment on the picture and tag a friend whom you would like to share with.
c) Multiple entries allowed with unique tags. .
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To increase your chances of winning (Optional):
On Facebook:
a) Like the Foodgemsg & Peppercorn30 page on Facebook.
b) Comment on the picture and tag a friend whom you would like to share with.
c) Multiple entries allowed with unique tags. .
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Last day of submission: 5 Nov 2018 23:59 hour.
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Wishing all of you Good Luck 🙂 .
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Selection/announcement of giveaway winners will be solely decided and contacted via private message on Instagram by @peppercorn30 .
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Terms and conditions applies. Read on foodgem.sg/contests-lucky-draws-tnc/ for more details.

With the opening of Peppercorn, you can now bring your muslim friends to try this well-loved dish by the Chinese. The setting is interesting, with the typical cafe feels juxtaposed against oriental vibes (there's a wall filled with Chinese dragon door knockers). I personally prefer my mala drier, so the soupier version here didn't quite appeal to me. It also isn't very fragrant. However, I do like the scallion oil noodles that were coated in a sweet-savoury sauce - a good balance to the spicy-numbing mala pot.

The ingredients here are charged by weight, so pick wisely!

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Tried a variation of the popular mala hotpot at Peppercorn, 30 Kandahar St. The usual mala hotpot is a dry version, this one comes with a flavorful stock, topped with peppery hot spices. The pepper stays on your tongue, giving the "ma" feeling. As usual, you get to select from a wide variety of ingredients, from meats to fish, tofu, mushrooms, vegetables... The place is cosy and air conditioned.

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So there are plenty of mala stir fry specialty stalls, but one specialising in mala soup - this is a first for my try. They do the dry 香锅 too, but stick with the soup that is the specialty.
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The concept is similar to your Xiang Guos otherwise: pick your favourite ingredients and the price is determined by weight. Spice meter wise, the medium here was quite modest so for all of you who always take 中辣, don’t be afraid to go for the high level. #peppercorn30 #bugis #麻辣 #herpenandfork #sgblogger #sgfoodie #8dayseat #burpple #vscofood #openricesg #cafehoppingsg #instafood #instafood_sg #onthetable #stfoodtrending

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Peppercorn is the culmination of the founders’ food journey in China, drawing gastronomic inspiration from the street food scene in Beijing, Shanghai, and the Sichuan region.

Most of us already knew that Sze Chuan Cuisine is characterized by its bold flavours; in particular, the pungency and spiciness resulting from liberal use of garlic and chili peppers, as well as the unique flavour of the Sichuan peppercorns.

Therefore, Peppercorn's Founder decided to introduce this concept in Singapore, by sharing the same gastronomic journey that they experienced, and adapting it to suit our local taste buds.

Peppercorn offer over 20 types of ingredients available for your picking, 3 types of noodles, and 4 spice levels (From No Spice to Hot) for your broth, you can be assured of a taste bud tingling experience each time you come dine with them!

Thanks @peppercorn30 and @esth3r_esth3r for the invitation!

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Malatang (麻辣烫) is named after its key ingredient, mala sauce, which is flavoured with a combination of Sichuan pepper and dried chilli pepper. The word mala is comprised of the Chinese characters 麻 (má) meaning “numbing”; and 辣 (là) meaning “spicy/hot”. When put together, it also refers to the feeling in one’s mouth after consuming the sauce.
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How to enjoy your Málàtàng
1. Choose your ingredients
2. Get it weighed
3. Select Soup & Spice level
4. Enjoy
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In frame:
Dry and soup version with Scallion Oil Noodle.
They do have a non-spicy chicken broth.
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P2: Selection of ingredients
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P3: Scallion Oil Noodle.
Have this while waiting for your Mala food.
Very good flavour and texture. A must try item.
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P4-5: Ingredients that go into the Malatang.
Add the amount of mala and degree of spicy required.
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Peppercorn
30 Kandahar Street
Singapore 198890
Opening hours:
Mon - Sat:
11:30am - 2:30pm
5:30pm - 9:30pm
Sun & PH: Closed
FB/IG: peppercorn30
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Thank you @alter.alter.ego for the invite; Arnold @arnoldgoh, James, Jaron from @peppercorn30 for hosting.
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