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Si Wei Mao Cai 思味冒菜

Si Wei Mao Cai

Si Wei Mao Cai






97%   (30 votes)
29 / 30

Type: Restaurant

One of the pioneer Sichuan restaurants that brought the delicacy of Mao Cai to our shores, Si Wei Mao Cai - which can be found at Mosque Street - introduced Singapore to the world of traditional Sichuan hotpot stew dishes (Mao Cai) consisting of an assortment of vegetables, noodles, meats, or fish blanched and served with fragrant and (oten) devilishly spicy Ma La stock, that offer a taste of authentic Sichuan delicacies without you actually being there.If you're less inclined toward the mouth-numbing potency of Ma La, have no fear, as the good people at Si Wei Mao Cai allow you to customise the level of spiciness of the dishes. You'll be free to tuck into the delicious stews to your heart's content without risking an upset stomach. Chilled beers are also readily available to quench your thirst and contribute to the charming and very homely buzz of lively conversation that characterises the ambience at this restaurant.MUST TRIES: Mao Cai, Eggplant, Duck with Potatoes, Catfish, Wang Lao Ji Herbal Tea

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Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 22:30
Sat - Sun: 11:00 - 00:00

33 Mosque Street

Asian, Chinese, Sichuan

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