THE HOMEGROWN TASTE OFSICHUAN MALA

THE HOMEGROWN TASTE OFSICHUAN MALA

The dining experience at Mala Tang begins with authentic Sichuan appetizers known as xiao chi (little eats). Chengdu favorites such as Dan Dan Noodles, Mapo Tofu and Zhong Dumplings are served to guests in a street market-inspired dining room modeled after Chengdu’s renowned Jinli Street. These xiao chi dishes are traditionally made to order by street vendors at marketplaces throughout the Sichuan region. Mala Tang also offers these “little eats” in a fast casual setting, at a street food counter, bar, or communal table.

For the main hot pot course, diners can choose from a variety of proteins including chicken, lamb, beef, and fresh seafood; starches such as sweet potato noodles, and a variety of vegetables, then cooking them in a boiling pot of Sichuan pepper-infused broth. Those who are “afraid of the chili heat,” as the Chengdu locals jokingly warn incoming travelers, can tone down the mala flavor with a mild version of the cooking broth.

WHAT OUR
CUSTOMERS SAY
TESTIMONIALS

“Portion size was good and value for money, delicious Mala soup and fresh ingredients, nice ambience and excellent service. “

KHOO PENG HONG

“I tried this! It tasted so authentic! will go back definitely!”

LAXE YONG
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