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3 Temasek Boulevard
#B1-132/171 Suntec City
Singapore 038983

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Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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This has a fresh, bouncy chew to texture, and delicate sweet savoury flavour, enhanced with the aromatic minced garlic.
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Paired with a salty savoury light soy sauce for dipping. Lovely appetizer.
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Sichuan Kungfu Fish
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This, in no way, is a gastronomic delight, as it's largely the frozen, processed snacks you could get in any supermarket.
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But there's something to be said for guilty pleasures like this, with cold beer.
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Sichuan Kungfu Fish
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This features a medium-sized, whole sea bass fish. While it wasn't as fresh as I'd expect, the fish meat was tender, flaky, and savoury sweet, though the fish skin was slightly rubbery.
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The fiery spicy mala soup base of mala peppercorn, star anise, ginger, spring onions, and chili oil, along with the fish, is served in a large, flat hot pot, and bubbles away delightfully throughout your meal.
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We got the medium spicy, which has a sharp kick, and a lingering burn. Not overly salty or oily, which I like.
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You can choose to add-on other ingredients to the meal; we selected 4.
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The Lotus Root (SGD $2.90) is crunchy vegetal sweet, and picks up the soup base well.
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The Chinese Cabbage (SGD $2.90) has a tender crunch, with a vegetal sweet flavour, but also soaks up the oil.
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The tender savoury Luncheon Meat (SGD $4.90) has a soft chew.
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The Kungfu Noodles (SGD $4.90) are thick and flat, with a bouncy chew and a delicate grainy sweet taste.
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Sichuan Kungfu Fish
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We had the sea bass and the portion was sufficient for two pax. Also added beancurd skin, potato slices and enoki mushrooms. We picked the 小辣 because we had previously read other reviews about their mala to be pretty potent😅 the spice level we picked was shiok without being so overpowering that we couldn’t enjoy our food.

And isn’t it cute that it was served in a fish shaped dish 😄😍

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Drink, drank but we won't get drunk. But we get high by the Mala seriously. 中辣 is no joke.
We got choked and numbed for the first time. I thought I was gonna blackout seriously. Hahahaha 😂 yet it's 😋 yummy!
Great recommendation but 微辣 please next time.
Good service too.

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Tried grilled sea bass in mala (medium hot) and was not disappointed . While not numbing hot, it is sufficiently fiery and tasty. Fish is well grilled and I like it that it is a “soupier” version of the Sichuan grilled fishes out there. Slightly pricey for the size though. Will be back !

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