24 Apr '18, 10pm

Le Fuse Café – New Muslim Owned Mala Café At Lim Tua Tow Road! https://t.co/blC22a2zX7

Le Fuse Café – New Muslim Owned Mala Café At Lim Tua Tow Road! https://t.co/blC22a2zX7

If you visit the café for mala dishes, the Mala Xiang Guo – Spicy Dry Pot ($12.80) is what you’re looking for. Although you don’t get to choose your own ingredients, the xiang guo comes with the typical mala essentials, such as cabbage, potatoes, luncheon meat and even black fungus. Eddy shared that the café imports some of the ingredients, such as Sichuan peppercorns, directly from China to ensure that the flavours are authentic. Although the mala xiang guo had the numbing effect, we felt that the xiang guo wasn’t spicy enough. But that’s not an issue, as the spice levels are customisable.

Full article: https://www.misstamchiak.com/le-fuse/

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