Enjoy Mala 醉麻辣 Singapore brings the delicious flavours of Chinese hotpot to Orchard Central on Orchard Road. Specialising in spicy Sichuan cuisine, this lively venue is brimming with a whole host of dishes that are bursting with flavour – with many packing quite the punch. Each dish comes beautifully presented with plenty of herbs and spices, and is made with premium ingredients that will leave you in Chinese hotpot heaven. The space itself is cool and trendy, boasting neon lights, wooden furnishings and plenty of space for groups – making it an ideal dining choice for any occasion. Located a stone’s throw from Somerset MRT station in Orchard, book a table and treat yourself to delicious food at Enjoy Mala now.
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The staff at the restaurant is attentive and helpful. The food is tasty. Its mala dip pot is quite yummy with the right balance of numbness and spiciness.
Nice Mala dishes with peppercorn taste not very spicy like Chong ching level
Tasty food and fragrant soup . Clean restaurant with attentive staff
Set within Orchard Central, Enjoy Mala is the perfect spot when cravings for Sichuan-inspired Chinese hotpot come along. Which for us, is quite often indeed. You’ll find an enticing array of options all cooked to perfection set in a buzzing dining space that will have you returning time and time again. Some of our favourite signature Enjoy Mala dishes include the Mao pig’s brain and the mother’s cooked pig’s feet that is rich with collagen – both of which will leave you very happy and satisfied indeed. Curious? You should be!
Other classic dishes on the Enjoy Mala 醉麻辣 menu include the Mao spare ribs, scallops, tripe, shrimp and wide crystal noodles. We also recommend keeping a close eye out for the mushroom chicken balls and fish slices as both options are laden with unique flavours. Open for lunch and dinner seven days per week, Enjoy Mala is a Singapore Chinese hotpot favourite for very good reason. If all this sounds up your alley, book a table and head to Orchard Road in Orchard for a feast to remember.