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麻辣诱惑 重庆火锅

My brother, cousin and I went to this place for our CNY steamboat. Luckily we were early there, otherwise, we won’t be able to get a sit and would probably face bad service. The place is well-conditioned, you wouldn’t feel hot as they make use of induction for their steamboat pots.

I found their food very fresh. The mala was quite good, even though I haven’t found one that taste as good as the one in Beijing. The chicken stock soup was good too.

We loved the dory fish and the thin slices of pork, beef and mutton were fresh and tasted good when done in shabu-shabu style. They do not serve rice. Instead there were packets of Maggi Chicken Mee. Lol, we loved that! There were also some traditional Chinese cooked dishes which we didn’t get to try.

This place serves a variety of Heaven and Earth can drinks. Its apple juice and lemon tea went down well soothing our spicy-ed throats.

There were two basins for you to wash your hands and a toilet that streaked of ammonia.

Price: $18.80++ without drinks. Go early to avoid disappointment.

Oh well, I’ll try the opposite restaurant Chuan Jiang Hao Zi the next time if I’m there.

Stall name: 麻辣诱惑 重庆火锅
Address: Kreta Ayer Shop Houses, Smith Street (Opposite Chuan Jiang Hao Zi Restaurant)
Nearest MRT: Chinatown