Singapore First Salted Egg Yolk Xiang Guo by Three Good Guys, read our reviews below.
There is a craze lately in Singapore, where a lot of us fell in love with Mala Xiang Guo and you can easily find a stall selling it in our hawker centers or food court. It is a dish whereby you select the ingredients and pass it to the cook.
He will then boil it before stir frying it with dried chilies, Mala Sauce and different type of spices. You can select different levels of spiciness, namely less, medium or more. While it doesn’t have a long history, like many other dishes, it is undoubtedly a legend in the making.
What if you can use the concept of Mala Xiang Guo and combine it with salted egg yolk? Yes, you hear me correctly. Salted egg Yolk is also another craze for Singaporeans too.
In just a few weeks after opening its doors to the public, Three Good Guys has managed to begin a new food craze in Singapore. The stall is now offering the salivating Salted Egg Yolk Xiang Guo.
The sheer intensity of the salted egg yolk was the thing that struck us the most when the steaming bowl was brought to us. Both its appearance and the aroma are mind-blowing. This delicacy stands out from the other dishes of salted egg yolk that are full of artificial slimy yellow sauce.
Here, only genuine chunks of salted egg yolk go into the preparation of Xiang Guo. Also, picture a generous inclusion of fish skin, curry leaves, and most importantly, chili padi protruding among the noodles – indeed a sight to behold!
Now to the real deal; eating the Salted Egg Yolk Xiang Guo. The three young hawkers are doing a great job with the flavor of the dish. For instance, while we found the flavor of the salted egg yolk quite deep, it was not overly salty.
The taste gets a boost from the rough nuggets of the salted egg, with the occasional tip of spice originating from chili and curry leaves.
Furthermore, each ingredient was wholly covered with a thick layer of sauce. As such, we encountered a salted egg from the moment we put into our mouth until we were done eating.
The food components that we loved the most were the lotus, tau kee, and pork belly. These elements remained moist and consequently, absorbing the flavor of the salted egg.
Besides being attractive, the price of the Salted Egg Yolk Xiang Guo is affordable. They charge $1 for vegetables, $2 for meat, $2 for noodles and $3 for seafood which is perfect for nearby office workers who want a sumptuous meal at affordable price.
A bowl worth $12 is more than enough for you and your companion even when your stomachs are entirely empty. As far as ingredients are concerned, you will see unpopular items such as prawns and beef cubes.
This is good news for individuals who are already bored by the ordinary pork belly and therefore looking for some change.
The lovers of Mala Xiang Guo, who come with their friends, will not face any disappointments. Three Good Guys also serve the traditional Mala Xiang Guo. As a matter of fact, why not order both?
Do not be shocked to find long queues irrespective of the fact that the hawker stall is new. If you hate to wait on long lines, make sure you are there by 12 pm at the time when they open.
The owners are excited by the increasing popularity, and they are doing everything possible to make sure that it isn’t just a passing fad. One of the strategies they have in place is to introduce new flavors consistently, and in turn, keep the Singaporeans excited at all times.
Been new in the hawker industry without any experience, the three ex-colleagues are serious at what they are doing and have perfected their recipe that people love through numerous tests for a year before launching to the public.
From the very beginning, they portrayed eloquence with their venture. They have always been passionate about creating a Xiang Guo that all Singaporeans can fall in love with, the spice tolerance notwithstanding.
They have recently announced on their Facebook about their 2 new Hot Pot flavors, Gong Bao Mala Hotpot, and Garlic Bomb Hotpot.
Head over to Three Good Guys and try this Salted Egg Yolk Xiang Guo with your friends!
Three Good Guys
Golden Mile Food Center
505 Beach Rd, #01-108
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