Best Mala Sour and Spicy Vermicelli Cup Noodles (Suan La fen) and Where to Buy Them
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Best Mala Sour and Spicy Vermicelli Cup Noodles (Suan La fen) and Where to Buy Them

Ming Feng
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I found the love of my life recently.

She was the latest craze to hit Singapore and I first saw her appearing on the Instastories of my friends. I finally had the courage(and the money) to “approach” her. She agreed to hang out and got me hooked ever since.

This is her.

Hai Chi Jia Suan La Fen
Source: eatandtravelwithus.com

Mala Vermicelli Cup Noodles (Suan La Fen)

Like your cup noodles, they are usually packed in cups with all the necessary seasoning powder, ingredients and sauces packed within it.

This latest craze allows Singaporeans the convenience of satisfying their Mala craving within a few minutes.Hai Chi Jia Ingredients

Source: ShopeeAll you need to do is to unpack all the ingredients and add hot water over them.

Mala Sweet Potato Noodles, Where to Get Them and How Much They Cost

As there are several brands out there, each with their unique taste, we will leave it to you to decide which is your favourite.

Allow us to share with you our compilation of Mala sweet potato noodles(Suan La Fen) in the market and where you can purchase them:

Best Mala suan la fen in singapore sour and spicy noodle

BrandsCheapest OnHow Much Does It Cost on Shopee?How Much Does It Cost on Lazada?How Much Does It Cost on Qoo10?How Much Does It Cost on Ezbuy?
Bai Jia Chen JiLazadaBundle of Two: $8Bundle of Twelve: $20--
Chencun Chong Qing Suan La FenEzbuyOne Cup: $3.50
Bundle of Three: $9.90
Bundle of Six: $18
Bundle of Six: $21.30Bundle of Six: $16.90Bundle of six: $13.44
Bundle of Twelve: $18.89
Da Wei WangShopeeBundle of Three: $8.40
Bundle of Six: $16.80
Bundle of Twelve: $33.60
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GuangyouLazada-Bundle of Six: $14.50Bundle of Six: $15.90Bundle of Six: $17.90
Hai Chi JiaEzbuyOne Cup: $3.50
Bundle of Six: $18.90
Bundle of Two: $7.80
Bundle of Six: $12.90
Bundle of Six: $14.88Bundle of Six: $11.49
Hai Di LaoQoo10One Cup: $3.80
Bundle of Three: $11.20
Bundle of Six: $20.90
-Bundle of Six: $17.90-
Hei Ren Bu Luo Guang Dong Mala OdenShopeeOne Cup: $3.90
Bundle of Three: $11.50
Bundle of Six: $19.90
Bundle of Six: $21Bundle of Six: $22.80Bundle of Twelve: $29.49
Jia Xiang Ren C WeiLazada and EzbuyOne Cup: $4Bundle of Six: $17.90-Bundle of Six: $17.90
Mo Xiao XianEzbuyOne Cup: $3.70Bundle of Six: $22-Bundle of Six: $12
Shi Zu RenEzbuyOne Cup: $3.50
Bundle of Six: $23.40
Bundle of Twelve: $45.60
-One Cup: $4.20Bundle of Six: $11.90
Tan Xiao AiEzbuyBundle of Two: $7.50
Bundle of Four: $12.50
Bundle of Six: $17.90
Bundle of Six: $17.90-Bundle of Six: $16.90
Wei Da DaShopeeBundle of Six: $11.90
Bundle of Twelve: $21
Bundle of Six: $39.63--
Xiao YangEzbuy---Bundle of Six: $19.90
Yu ZhenLazada-Bundle of Four: $35--

Best Sour and Spicy Noodles/ Suan La Fen Brands Available in Singapore

Warning: Do not scroll past here if you are feeling hungry right now!

Bai Jia Chen Ji Sour and Spicy Vermicelli

Bai Jia Chen Ji Suan La Fen
Source: Lazada

Currently only available on Lazada, Bai Jia Chen Ji instant vermicelli comes in only one flavour.

It is said to stimulate your taste nerve and you cannot forget it once you try it.

Chen Cun Chong Qing Suan La Fen

Chencun Chong Qing suan la fen
Source: Qoo10
Chen cun chongqing sour and spicy noodle
Source: Ramen Noodlist

Based on reviews, Chen Cun Chong Qing Suan La Fen is sourer and less spicy as compared to the Hai Chi Jia. It makes a good supper option.

Da Wei Wang Suan La Fen

Da Wei Wang Suan La Fen
Source: Shopee

A brand endorsed by a veteran Hong Kong actor, Da Wei Wang is one of the halal spicy noodle options out there.

Guangyou Instant Noodle

Guangyou Instant noodle hot and spicy
Source: Lazada

This brand recently received a verdict on Straits Times, saying that it smells good, but it doesn’t taste as good. Ultimately, as a fan of Mala spicy noodle, I will still give it a try before making a decision.

Hai Chi Jia Suan La Fen

Hai Chi Jia Suan La Fen
Source: Shopee

Hai Chi Jia Suan La Fen is probably the brand that kick-started the craze for spicy vermicelli noodle locally. Probably still one of the most popular option till date judging by the number of listings online.

They have recently updated their packaging. Something you might wish to take note of when purchasing it.

Hai Chi Jia Suan La Fen packaging update

Hai Di Lao Suan La Fen

Hai Di Lao Sour and Spicy noodle
Source: Mothership

When it comes to anything Mala, expect Hai Di Lao to have a product on it.

It also comes in a few flavours for you to choose from, mainly sour spicy beef belly, tomato beef and Mala.

Hei Ren Bu Luo Guang Dong Mala Oden

Hei Ren Bu Luo Mala Oden
Source: Shopee

Hei Ren Bu Luo’s Mala Oden combines the best of both worlds. We thought that this is a genius idea, now that we no longer have to grab our own ingredient to go with our spicy vermicelli.

Hei Ren Bu Luo Mala Oden Noodles
Source: Shopee

Jia Xiang Ren C Wei

Jia Xiang Ren C Wei Cup noodles
Source: Shopee

Based on some of the reviews, Jia Xiang Ren C Wei cup noodles are delicious. However, the portion can be quite big and it is recommended to share it with someone.

It comes in three flavours, namely sour spicy, clams and beef la mian.

Mo Xiao Xian Hot and Sour Noodles

Mo Xian Xian hot and sour noodles
Source: Shopee

Mo Xiao Xian is an award-winning brand which is definitely worth for a try.

Each cup is filled with individually packed ingredients such as seasoning powders, vinegar and mala sauce.

Shi Zu Ren

Shi Zu Ren Spicy Noodle
Source: Shopee

Shi Zuren Instant Cup Noodle Vermicelli is characterized by the use of chillies, garlic and peppercorn which gives it a bold, pungent, spicy flavour. A bowl of perfectly al dente glass noodle topped with chillies, drenched in a hot Szechuan soup that is guaranteed to get your taste-buds tingling with anticipation!

Tan Xiao Ai Spicy and Sour Potato Noodle

Tan Xiao Ai Mala potato noodle
Source: Shopee

It is said that Tan Xiao Ai is as good or probably better than Hai Chi Jia noodle. The noodle is said to be smooth and chewy as compared to its competitors.

I guess we will never know until we try it.

Wei Da Da

Wei Da Da suan la fen
Source: Shopee

Wei Da Da is under the same brand as Hai Chi Jia. We wonder if it tastes as good as the original Hai Chi Jia hot and sour noodle.

Xiao Yang

Xiao Yang Suan la Fen noodles
Source: Mothership

If you are a fan of sour spicy fish, Xiao Yang offers that flavour on top of their usual hot and spicy and clam flavour.

Xiao Yang hot and spicy noodle also comes with a yoghurt drink for those who cannot take spicy that well.

Yu Zhen

Yu Zhen Suan La Fen
Source: Shopee

Yu Zhen is said to have won various awards for their hot pot brand in China. They believe in delivering the true flavour of Chong Qing in their noodle.

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About Ming Feng
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