Si Chuan cuisine is very popular all over the world. What do you think of Si Chuan cuisine? Can you accept the feeling of “numbing”? And it’s not just spicy, did you know that Si Chuan food can also be sour?
Si Chuan cuisine comes from the province of Si Chuan, and it has bold flavors, especially spiciness and a generous use of Si Chuan peppercorns. These basic ingredients are the key to the rich flavor of Si Chuan cuisine.
After Si Chuan cuisine was introduced to Malaysia, it became popular in Malaysia. Many people are becoming more and more fond of Si Chuan cuisine.
Chuan & Xiang Village
If you’re looking for spicy and delicious Chinese food, Chuang & Xiang Village is another great place to visit. Chuang & Xiang Village offers their customers a combination of Si Chuan and Hu Nan cuisines in different levels of spiciness.
Because of the increased demand, Chuang & Xiang Village has extended their hours to 4am every day. They offer a variety of dishes including duck neck, crayfish and frog as well as chicken, beef, chicken, chicken, mutton, and other types of cooking.
The selling point of Chuang & Xiang Village is duck and duck neck. Half a duck costs RM35, whereas a whole duck is RM18. Highly recommended is Chuan & Xiang Village’s Si Chuan Hot & Spicy Duck Neck. This portion of meat is tender because ducks move their necks about.
The Si Chuan hot sauce is used to simmer the food for several hours. This allows the duck necks to absorb the heat from the sauce. After cooling, the dish is mixed with Chilli oil and crushed Si Chuan peppercorn. Finally, it’s seasoned with sugar, sesame oils, salt, and then served.
Si Chuan Hot pot is another popular dish. It is similar to the Si Chuan Hot pot, but it’s a bit more spicy than the regular Si Chuan Hot Pot. You can also cook any ingredients you like in it. If you don’t like spicy food, they offer creamy broth. This dish can be ordered at a gathering of friends or family. This could be a great way to have fun while you wait for the food.
A plate of dry cuttlefish can be ordered for RM5 and is a great choice to pair with a cold beer. You can even get the Chinese common cold beer, which is not available in most beer shops around Malaysia.
Lao Xiang Hao
Lao Xiang Hao, another Si Chuan restaurant, serves spicy and hot dishes to stimulate your taste buds. Their signature dishes Hot and spicy crabs are currently on sale for RM78.
Si Chuan Chuang Chuang Shrimp: Have you ever tried it? You should definitely visit Lao Xiang Hao if you haven’t.
Si Chuan cuisine can be served on a bamboo skewer, just like Chuang Chuang. It is marinated in lots of spices and Si Chuan peppercorns. To add more flavor, best to eat it warm.
As an appetizer, Chuang Wei Luang Fun of Lao Xiang Hao can also be highly recommended. Although it looks simple with the translucent white Si Chuan leong fun mixed in a special spicy sauce, this dish will completely change your taste buds once you’ve tried it. To give it an extra texture, you can garnish it with crushed toasted peanuts.
Lao Xiang Hao’s other selling point is their Chong Qing Steamboat service. This steamboat is a popular choice for foodies who love steamboat. You can choose to have your Chong Qing Steamboat served with a single or two soup bases, depending on your preference. The best part is that their soup bases are completely free!
Hot and Spicy Fried Lamb and Si Chuan Teppanyaki Beef are some other highly-recommended dishes.
You can also book a hotel room through them. Enjoy your steamboat and then enjoy Karaoke inside the room with your friends. You won’t be disappointed with this karaoke JB.
Xiang La La Mala Hotpot
If you love Chinese cuisine, Xiang La La Mala Hotpot should be on your list. The restaurant is always packed during peak hours and non-peak times. There are at least four branches in the state.
Mala Xiang Guo is a Si Chuan new dish. It is served here. It isn’t a Si Chuan traditional dish but it’s worth a try. This plate of food is truly a legend. You can choose which ingredient you want to use in making this dish. This plate could be heaven for picky eaters, as they can choose the ingredient they like.
Once you have seated, you will be presented with a list of raw materials. You will need to select the ingredients you prefer and the level of spice you want to enjoy the food.
There are many food options to choose from, including fresh vegetables, meats, seafood, and tofus. If you’re visiting Xiang La La Mala Hotpot with 4 to 6 people, it’s a good idea to pick eight to ten different types of ingredients.
After enjoying Xiang La La Mala Hotpot’s Mala Xiang Guo, don’t forget to get a Tsing Tao Beer. This beer isn’t very strong, but it has a slight malt flavor in each gulp. This beer is best paired with Xiang La La Mala Hotpot’s other mala Sichuan dishes.
Are you a fan of spicy food? You must hurry to these stores to try the delicious flavors. If traffic is a problem, I recommend that you find SGMYTRIPS to take a taxi from Singapore to JB (Johor Bahru).
SGMYTRIPS provides Singapore to Malaysia taxi. They will pick you up at any point in Singapore and take you to your destination in Malaysia. You can take their MPV private car service and each car will have a designated driver. All you need to do is relax and trust the driver.