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

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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Price

~$20/pax

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Crazy night with 🔥 🔥 🍾🍷
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 !

Fish is spicy and cooked. Taste ok not sure if is a dish from china

You get to choose your ideal fish, sea bass, cod, snapper etc. I tried the signature MALA base and wasn’t disappointed at all. My platter consisted of sesame oil-laden homemade noodles, lotus root, enoki and chinese cabbage. It’s simple but super rich and satisfying. Fish was flakey, fresh and absorbed the intense flavours from the soup.

Good to share with 3-4 pax.

$: around $35/pax

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Asked the staff if 小辣 is spicy enough and he shared that it is equivalent to 中辣 outside. Thank goodness for the heads up because oh my mama, 小辣 is enough to make me sweat 😵
Mala soup base is not purely 麻 and it is fragrant at the same time. Spicy but addictive 🤣
Though do note that waiting time can be quite long, about 40 minutes during weekend peak hours! 😢

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Eggplant that Deserves a Beating ($5.90)
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Aside from grilled fish @sichuankungfufishsg , they also serve up other grilled items and skewers so it’s best to visit this place in a large group to be able to order a variety of stuff. Love the quirky menu with entertaining English dish names reminiscent of amusing toilet signs in China.
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The eggplant was nicely grilled and halved then loaded with heaps (and I really mean heaps) of fragrant minced garlic. The combination is a match made in heaven. I only wished that they sliced the eggplant into smaller chunks to aid diners and facilitate sharing as we were practically using our spoons and forks to scrap the interior off the skin. It was a pity to let such nicely grilled eggplant skin go to waste!

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This new restaurant in Suntec City specialises in Sichuan-style grilled fish — great for spice fiends! The concept is straightforward: select your choice of seafood and then a base from various styles and varying spice levels. There are also veggies and sides like luncheon meat and fish cake, which you can add on for an extra charge. According to Burppler Jayson Yeo, even the mildest spice level packs quite a punch, so choose wisely! He went for the Grilled Sea Bass ($35.90) cooked mala-style at the mildest spice level. The fish is fresh and grilled till the exterior is beautifully crisp, before it is immersed into the spice-filled soup. He likes that servers automatically top up the soup stock, so don't be shy to slurp it all up! Side add-ons like beancurd skin and enoki mushrooms ($2.90 each) do well to soak up all the broth, but bear in mind that the fish is sizeable, so limit the extras unless you're dining with a larger group. Alternatively, order the Eggplant that Deserves a Beating ($5.90) on the side. Weird name aside, the eggplant is grilled till velvety soft and slathered in a yummy minced garlic paste — delicious! Pour on some of the mala sauce from your fish for an extra kick.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Jayson Yeo

This is probably the reason why you’d be here, and you’d better be ready to sweat and feel the fire!🔥 We picked the 小辣 option, and even then we could feel the heat creeping up on us. Pretty shiok though, and even better when doused over their fluffy rice (they were using short grain when we visited). The fish was fresh as well, but the skin was rubbery so we didn’t touch that.

My only qualm was our add-on of enoki mushrooms was spread out so thinly, you had to gather strands together to get a mouthful.

⚠️ Fair Warning ⚠️ The next day wasn’t entirely pleasant. 😂

I kid you not, that’s the name of this dish. Whether it deserves it cause it’s been naughty or nice, it’s one tasty eggplant! Grilled still soft, it’s covered in a tasty minced garlic paste that’s super tasty (but only if you’re a garlic fan). Pour some of the spicy mala gravy over it for an extra kick!

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Grilled Sea Bass ($35.90)
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Yet another new restaurant specializing in Mala style grilled fish @sichuankungfufishsg . One of my all time favourite dishes to have, I just love drizzling all that mala gravy over my rice and slurping up spoonfuls accompanied with chunks of fish meat. Whilst I like my food spicy, I don’t see the point of self-torture so I tend to go for the mildest spice level so that I can properly enjoy the soup. Great thing at Kungfu Fish is that they will automatically top up the soup stock if it is running dry. Do note that at Kungfu Fish, the mildest heat level actually really packs a heated punch nonetheless.
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Aside from the sea bass, the rest of the fish options are a tad more pricey. The sea bass was good enough, being very fresh with no fishy-ness. The sea bass was grilled till its exterior was super crispy before being immersed in that wicked soup. For once, I tried crunching on the tail and it was amazingly tasty. We added beancurd skin and enoki to the dish ($2.90 ea). Many other choices are also available but as the fish portion is rather sizeable, it’s probably best to limit your side add-ons. Don’t forget to grab yourself some complimentary ice-cream after the meal!

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This is one of the more delectable flavours for your choice of fish, as opposed to other deviant options which “likely caus(e) its conquerers to drip with perspiration in manner of a Britney Spears music video” and lead to “frequent backdoor volcanic projectiles...the next day”. Not for the faint-hearted and lily-livered.

Read more: http://secretlifeoffatbacks.com/2017/11/sichuan-kungfu-fish-singapore-spicy-fish-frolic-at-suntec-city/

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Mala Grilled Sea Bass (mild) - try it if you dare!

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Read more: http://secretlifeoffatbacks.com/2017/11/sichuan-kungfu-fish-singapore-spicy-fish-frolic-at-suntec-city/

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