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505 Beach Road
#01-108 Golden Miles Food Centre
Singapore 199583

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12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

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Mala Pork Set ($6.90):
The ingredients used are very fresh! Ordered Very Spicy (大辣) Level and I have to say it is SPICY!(even for someone who can take spice well) having said that, it is quite well balanced. Would definitely be back for their Medium level of spiciness 😂

Their MLXG is alot better than their salted egg one in my opinion. There’s a charge for the base & ingredients are charged per portion. Quite flavourful & tasty!

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Riding on the Mala craze which taken over Singapore, @threegoodguys at Golden Mile Food Centre decides to jump into the salted egg bandwagon, offering a lip-smacking alternative of Mala Xiang Guo. So which side are you on? The Mala Party or Salted Egg Party

Different from the many salted egg yolk dishes these days that use powder seasoning, the one here is the real deal, with visible chunks of salted egg yolk. Topped with some complimentary fish skin, every ingredient in the bowl complemented the deep flavours of the salted egg sauce. Be sure to add Maggie noodles as this will definitely beat the Salted Egg Indomie 😂.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


This small portion that you see came up to be more than $20. It is insanely expensive and overpriced, and not even that good. Each portion of meat and veggies is like less than half the amount of what you would usually get at other mala places. The instant noodles go for $2 a portion, the most expensive I've come across so far. The salted egg was very sickening and jelat, although I should have anticipated this before ordering. We also waited really long for this, about 30-45 mins. I would not recommend anyone to try this. Save your coins and get your mala fix somewhere else.

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Always seeing MALA 香锅 but how about a SALTED EGG one instead? Jumping into the salted egg bandwagon(surprising how this trend never seems to fade off), real salted egg yolks are used in the making of this sauce, instead of artificial flavorings / colourings, which is also present prominently as bite sized chunks in this huge bowl of delight! Topped with complimentary salted egg fish skin (wished they were more crisp though), the sauce was creamy, luscious and surprisingly not overwhelming but addictive! 😋 It also comes with a subtle tinge of spice from the incorporated curry leaves and chilli padi within, which helps to serve as a perfect counter balance to the creamy, thick salted egg sauce. Feel free to request for more spice if you need to, which I will certainly do so on my next visit! As for the ingredients, we chose cabbage, taiwan sausage, mushrooms, deep fried beancurd skin along with fish roe balls and cheese tofu - pretty cool & unique ingredients uncommonly found in Mala places which I almost always only have for steamboat, that turns out to be my 2 most favourite ingredients here 💕. The add on of Maggie is certainly an essential component for me, which blends harmoniously with the salted egg sauce - salted egg pasta or salted egg indomie? 😉 Skip both, I will just have salted egg Maggie 香锅 anytime, anyday!🙋🏻‍♀️ This portion is shared among 2 pax and we managed to polish it off cleanly without any kick (or regrets)!💥 The owners (three good guys supposedly, but I only saw 2 that day) were also friendly and receptive to feedback, thanks for the great hospitality! 🙆🏻‍♀️💖 Note that waiting time can be up to 30 minutes for peak hours (which I waited for, but it was certainly worth a wait), and do head down early to avoid disappointment as some ingredients must get sell out fast ⚠️ Was there around 6.30pm and my favourite luncheon meat was already gone 😭💔. .
[PS: Heard from one of the “three good guys” that there will be a new sauce base launching soon and the only hint we were given was it was a fusion sauce, can be spicy or not. Any idea what it would be?🤔] .

Since it's introduction, Mala Xiang Guo (Mala Pot) quickly became a staple food source for Singaporeans. Spicy, salty and tongue numbing, Singaporeans didn't once think twice about the suffering they'd have to endure for the taste of a good Mala Pot. But more often or not, the non-chilli lovers got left out.
Well not anymore!

Straight up, Singaporeans have an obsession with everything Salted Egg. Salted egg fries, chips, fish skins... the list goes on.
And just when we though that there could no longer be any new Salted Egg food, along came Three Good Guys to introduce us to Salted Egg Xiang Guo.

At a glance, it may seem like another gimmicky attempt at drawing customers (aka a certain fast food joint that came out with a sorry excuse for salted egg fries) but don't be fooled.
The trademark Salted Egg Xiang Guo is mind blowingly good. And it isn't the usual, slightly sweetish salted egg sauce either. It's smooth, rich and creamy yet packed... and I mean PACKED with salted egg yolk.
Every bite gives you that distinct salted egg taste and texture yet is very well balanced and that pinch of spiciness from the chilli ensure that the dish wasn't surfeiting.

What's most important is that nothing is over cooked.
Vegetables were still bright green and crisp, meat was tender and the King oyster mushrooms were juicy and tender.

Overall, if you're a salted egg fan, you will instantly fall in love with this dish.
Even if you aren't too big a fan, give it a try and this just might change your mind.

Overall, a fantastic and very uniquely Singaporean dish opened by Three young hawkerpreneurs.
Stay tuned too as they hope to be release other unique flavoured Xiang Guos in the near future.

Two thumbs up and a wagging tongue to Three Good Guys!

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