822 Tampines Street 81
#01-196
Singapore 520822

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Saturday:
10:30am - 12:00am

Sunday:
10:30am - 12:00am

Monday:
10:30am - 12:00am

Tuesday:
10:30am - 12:00am

Wednesday:
10:30am - 12:00am

Thursday:
10:30am - 12:00am

Friday:
10:30am - 12:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

The have the BEST 辣子鸡。And price are so reasonable. I love their Mala fish too.

Was still crispy after I ate it 15 minutes after ordering. Chicken was not too spicy but numbing, and was salty and flavorful. Best eaten immediately because got a little soggy and moist after a while, especially the bottom ones. Maybe better if eaten on the spot but worth trying and recommended to share.

Well my answer to that is, 辣! For hygiene purposes, the 麻辣香锅 here is ordered via a paper checklist format whereby the staff will hand you an ingredients’ list and you will tick what you want in your stir fry, including the spiciness level. As we both prefer heavy-flavoured dishes, we will naturally gravitate towards the 中辣 level and oh-my-god, this is one spicy and numbing 麻辣香锅. When you see that they charge for the 香锅 base, you know that they are serious in their spices and here, you will get the full-on spicy experience. Besides the 麻辣香锅, they do have a separate menu of stir fry dishes of 东北 and 四川cuisine.
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✨ 辣'不辣麻辣香锅
📍 822 Tampines Street 81, Singapore 520822
🍴 [Self Funded]

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If you like it 辣and spicy, then you have got to try out辣不辣, one of the trending and more popular mala hotspots in Singapore. Ordered a Sichuan dan ban noodles ($5.80), a couple of their stir-fried dishes such as the dry fried French beans ($9.80) and sautéed shredded pork in hot sauce ($10.80), a sweet treat of red bean pancake ($8.80) and their signature mala xiang guo, which you can select a variety of ingredients and spiciness level. And I did all these ordering via the foodpanda mobile app, which I can sit back and enjoy at the comfort of my home while waiting for my weekend lunch to be delivered. Browsing through the app is a breeze and it allows you to track your orders and estimated delivery time. The food arrived hot and we were reaching out for the cold beverages throughout the meal as they are definitely not toying around with the spice. Not only will you get the numbness from the peppercorns in the mala xiangguo, you can feel the heat from the chillis as well. The French beans and sautéed pork are perfect to go with a bowl of rice or noodle before we ended the enjoyable lunch with some red bean pancake.

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✨ 辣不辣 La Bu La Chinese Cuisine Mala Hotpot
📍 822 Tampines Street 81, Unit 01-196, Singapore 520822
🛵 @foodpandasg
🍴 [Sponsored]

One of the best mala i like in Singapore. Small restaurant that has a power-packed spicy menu. If you have a craving for chinese ma-la dishes, hot pot and etc. Self service ordering, yummy and reasonably priced. I like their 辣子鸡

Portion is still ok and my friend's advice is to go for the extra gravy. Decent rendition, and i definitely loved it more than the dry ones. He also advised that the pork belly is the best meat here and yes, it was quite tender and nicely chewy. However, the spice standard is really mild as the Small Spicy almost wasnt spicy at all. If youre not allergic to heat do at least order the medium spicy, dont make the mistake i made.

P. S. Liked that they allow u to choose your preference of oil and saltiness level. The lower oil and saltiness definitely allowed me to enjoy my bowl more

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