676 Woodlands Drive 71
Singapore 730676

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11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

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Portion was generous, and delicious. Fried rice includes egg, cabbage, ikan billis.

The fish keropok gave the dish a good crunch. Would come back to eat this again!

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This place is a big no no for me. The food is not tasty and it is exaggerately high. Packing is styrofoam at 50cent each. I wont recommend

Really disappointing since this is actually their chef’s recommendation on the menu. The chicken was tough and dry. The sambal chili and sour soup didn’t quite suit my palate. The “salad” at the side didn’t go well with anything on the plate and had no dressing. The only saving grace I could think of was the crispy bits that were sprinkled over the chicken leg 😂.

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we can't stop at 1! This is right up your alley if you prefer your mango sticky rice not overly sweet.

Despite that, the interior was still fresh, juicy with a characteristic seafood-sque flavour.
2️⃣Sichuan Mala Crispy Prawns[$22(R), $35(L)] Once again, the exterior shells of these fresh, plump and juicy prawns served as a barrier for the Mala spices, only retaining the characteristic spice and fragrance on its exterior. If you aren’t concern about been glam here when peeling the prawns, simply just lick up the remnants of spice on your fingers🤭. Just don’t tell others that I taught you that!🤫
3️⃣ Sichuan Mala Fragrant Fish [$38(R),$48(L)] Bathing in a Sichuan peppercorn infused soya sauce, the aromatic Mala flavour was more distinct here albeit not mouth-numbing, a good complement to the soft, delicate flesh of the fish.
4️⃣ Sichuan Mala Diced Chicken [$15(R), $22(L)] - My favourite of all the Mala creations here as these crispy, deep fried bite sized chunks of sized popcorn-alike chicken comes with the most prominent Mala fragrance & spice, perhaps also due to a greater compatibility between chicken and mala. This comes with a slightly fiery, mouth numbing sensation to the palate which is great for fans of spicy food! 🌶 Pretty addictive that I couldn’t stop laying my hands off them! 😋.
Overall I felt that the spice intensity in these Mala dishes here isn’t overwhelming and generally acceptable. As a fan of spicy food, I do secretly wish for it to be bolder, more intense with a greater kick! 🔥
Thanks @yassinkampung for whipping up a feast of spice (that makes all things nice 😋👍🏻) for us the other day and @ahgongahmajiak for extending the invite! 🙆🏻‍♀️ .
#burpple #yassinkampung #sgfoodie

Why didn’t anyone thought of adding Durian to chicken?
Savor the light & creamy sauce that gives the chicken as touch of sweetness. Haters of Durian will be glad to know there is no pungent smell! Durian lovers should love this.