I could live on Mala Hotpot

It is messy, too spicy and too oily. In many Mala Hotpot eateries, you also end up smelling like the hotpot.

But I absolutely love it!

I get cravings for Mala anything. The Sichuan peppers in the soup seriously pack an Oh So Tasty punch. They flavour the meats so deliciously, leaving a tingle on the tongue.

I just had it for lunch today, and I want some MORE.


~tif;fany* said...

i LOVE mala hotpot toooooo!

esp the thin slices of beef lightly 'dipped' into the mala soup to slightly cook it. YUMS =D

Corsage@A Dollop Of Me said...

I like everything that goes in! haha. Not very discerning I am.

Anya's mom said...

I LOVE them too! :) My favorite place to have them is the one at Suntec. Their prawns are always so fresh. Man, I feel like eating it now!

corsage, nope, i do not have a blog though planning to start one to track the growth of my little one. will share with you my link once its up & running. :)

Corsage@A Dollop Of Me said...

Anya's mom:
Ooh, is there one at Suntec? My favourite is Ting Yuan at Liang Seah Street. I also like the Magic of Chongqing Hotpot at Tanglin Shopping Centre. Recently found a new restaurant at West Coast Plaza too - does it well for a good price!

mummybean said...

i love any kind of hotpot :) yes, there's a chong qing hot pot in suntec in the basement around the fountain. it's pretty good too!

Anya's mom said...

Yup,as what BeanBean said, the suntec one is operated by the same people as the Tanglin one. Love it!

Corsage@A Dollop Of Me said...

beanbean & anya's mom:
Ah! I remember now. The one around the fountain! They have nice fried mantous. I actually slipped and fell in there once! Almost hit my head on a tray of food! =P Never went back since.