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(Closed) Xiao La Jiao

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Xiao La Jiao’s bold menu promises a casual Szechuan dining experience comprising hot favourites from China’s extra spicy province. For the adventurous eaters, Szechuan cuisine is perfect for delivering a flavour-packed combination of tastes.

Daily: 12:00 - 21:30

+65 66363736
$28 based on 24 submissions
Dinner (6 votes), Lunch (6 votes), Children/Family (4 votes)
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Tan Yong Meng
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Must try for authentic Sichuan food lovers!

Remember to ask for authentic style, if you really can take the original way of cooking. I notice most of these Sichuan restaurant had modified their way of food preparation here to suit local market, till I found this place.

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  • Griddle-Cooked Tian Ji1 vote
  • mango pomelo sago1 vote
  • mapo tofu noodles1 vote
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04 Aug 2013 • 4 reviews • 40 followers

not Sichuan at all

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The overall taste of Sichuan is not found. Ordered water boiled fish sliced, laziji and dumpling. Was too salted not mala at all.
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28 Nov 2012 • 45 reviews • 18 followers

Sichuan style frog meat!

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  • Chuan Style Spicy Chicken
The management of Xiao La Jiao responded to this review:
17 Jan 2013
Dear Cliff Anderson, thank you for your valued patronage. We are very pleased that the chef's selection at our Xiao La Jiao outlet were met with Si Chuan Style Spicy Chicken and the Griddle-Cooked TianJi.response by you. We understand that there is certainly room for improvement as well in the dishes you mention, in particular, the We hold in high regard the culinary standards of our chefs and we hope that you will return soon to try some of our other dishes
12 May 2012 • 2 reviews • 7 followers

Must try for authentic Sichuan food lovers!

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Remember to ask for authentic style, if you really can take the original way of cooking. I notice most of these Sichuan restaurant had modified their way of food preparation here to suit local market, till I found this place.
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17 Apr 2012 • 31 reviews • 0 follower

not spicy at all

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I was ma la lover, i thought this can be one of the good one. Too bad, i am very disappointed with all the dish we ordered. The "shui zhu yu" is horrible, not every closer to the taste, and not spicy at all, there's much oil !!

The ma la noodle, taste like instant cooked..and it's close to SGD 10 ..

Overall the quality of food is disappointing...

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09 Mar 2012 • 26 reviews • 1 follower

Spicy!

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Tucked away at L3 at the new 112 Katong, it has a nice, new feel to the place. Since there are few Sichuan eateries around, I wanted to try this place. It has got quite a large variety of food. I didn't like everything I ordered but there mere a couple good dishes like the Mapo tofu, Chuan style chicken and dumplings. Besides the spicy stuff, there are dumplings, noodles, fried rice that the non chilli eaters can eat.

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