Good dry Ma La hot pot places in Singapore that even non-spicy eaters could have starting at $5++/pax! 👍

🗣️Attention to all! 

Love spicy food and how it numbs your tongue? 👅 

Get Ma La! 

Here, I have listed out some Ma La stores in Singapore that serves great Ma La for you so you could avoid an unsatisfying meal 😊

If you’re not a spicy eater, do continue to read on as there’s something for you too!

 Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo

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Established in 2011, the Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo is now so well known that even non mala lovers have heard of it! 👏 Unlike other Mala places, they charge by ingredients instead of weight, so mala fans would not have to worry about getting surprised(unpleasantly) when you pay! 😜
Psst! Their boss was once a chef, so you can expect tasty Mala over here!👨‍🍳

📍32 New Market Road, People’s Park Food Center #01-152, S050032

Dingdinghong Mala Hot Pot

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For mala fans who can’t handle spice, Dingdinghong Mala Hot Pot is where you should go too! They offer “Wu La”, which stands for non spicy in chinese, so non spicy eaters would be able to enjoy mala with your family and friends too! 😃

It’s great for those who crave for mala but want to avoid having a stomach ache the next day too!

📍1 Kadayanallur St, Maxwell Food Centre #01-41, Singapore 069184

57 Degrees Mala Xiang Guo

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It was said that they serve food fast at 57 Degrees Mala Xiang Guo. For those who are always running out of time, this would be for you. ⏰ They have all the basic ingredients like potato, chicken, broccoli and more!

📍Woodlands Ave 7, S738344 

                                      1 Pasir Ris Central Street 3, S518457

You Ma You La

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If you like strong flavoured food, come over to You Ma You La! Their mala is not too oily, and best paired with white rice! 🍚There are quite a number of You Ma You La branches in Singapore, so you would not have to travel far just for them!  🚶‍♂️

📍 Toa Payoh Central, Blk 183, #01-316, S310183 

                               S-11 Food House, 51 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, S569922

                       S-11 Food Court, Blk 304, Woodlands Streets 11, Admiralty, S730304

                            3 New Bugis Street #03-01, S188867                                                              

  📞 9732 3419

Tian Tian Xiang Shang spicy mala hotpot

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Want to dig into mala without feeling guilty? At Tian Tian Xiang Shang spicy mala hot pot, you could find a healthier version of Mala hot pot that’s cooked with less salt and oil. 💪 Unlike other places their mala sauce would not make your mouth dry, and there are even customers who drink it!  😲 

Side note: Their Mala is very good, so do give it a try!

📍#02-21 110 Pasir Ris Central, S5195641          


La Bu La Mala Xiang Guo

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Friends from Sichuan who are homesick, do not miss La Bu La out! 
At La Bu La, they do not only serve dry MaLa hot pot, but authentic Sichuan and Dongbei dishes! You can inform the owner if you want less oil, salt and peanuts in your mala too!

📍Blk 822, #01-196 Tampines Street 81, Singapore 520822

                                                  Blk 683 Hougang Ave 8 #01-923

                                        West Plaza Koufu, Blk 735 Pasir Ris st 73

                                       Loyang Point Koufu, Blk 258 Pasir Ris st 21

                             Breadbroad Canteen, Temasek Poly School of Engineering

 Zheng Zong Chuan Wei Ma La Xiang Guo (正宗川味麻辣香锅)

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Tired of pairing your Mala with rice and noodles? Try pairing it  with Mantou here at Zheng Zong Chuan Wei Ma La Xiang Guo! Prices here are calculated by ingredients instead of weight, so you could pick your ingredients at ease! 

Their Mala is just nice and not too oily, worth the try!

📍208B New Upper Changi Road, #01-48, S462208

                                Blk 505, #01-190, Jurong West St 52, S640505

                                   Blk 90, #01-63 Whampoa Drive, S320090

Ri Ri Sheng Mala Hotpot

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At Ri Ri Sheng Mala hotpot, their mala comes in big portions, so do remember to bring your friends and family along to prevent food wastage! What distinguishes it from the other mala stores is that you could taste the fragrance of garlic in theirs.   

📍823A Tampines Street 81, Singapore 521823

Ma-La Hot Pot

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Situated in People’s park food center too, Ma-La hot pot is not worse off than Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo. You couldn’t really taste the garlic in their mala, and it tasted authentic
Do note that the owner is very generous with their Sichuan pepper, so they are spicier than other places! 

📍 32 New Market Rd, #01-1060A, People’s Park Food Centre, Singapore 050032

Lao Wang Mala Hotpot

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Mala might be too pricey at times, but at Lao Wang Mala Hotpot, you would be able to get your daily fix of Mala just at $5++/pax! They brew their base with more than 20 herbs, so you would be able to taste the herbs slightly in your mala. 👍

📍 BGAIN 293 Eating House #01-207 Yishun Street 22, Block 293, Singapore 760293

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