Besides their usual egg fried rice, King of Fried Rice has a mala version of their delectable fried rice which we had a go for this food review.
Similar to their egg fried rice, every grain of rice was beautifully fried, covered with effusive fried egg. Wok hey was obviously present in every delightful mouthful. But this time round, the rice and egg were laced with their mala paste, adding another level of numbing feeling. Not exactly overwhelming, but suffice to provide a kick to casual diners like us. For those who has higher tolerance, you could perhaps add your own chili on the side for the extra kick.
If you like it with shrimp or pork cutlet, it comes at $7.50, and crabmeat and tobiko at $11.
At $5 a plate of mala fried rice, it wasn’t exactly a different dish, but rather a different variant from their usual egg fried rice.
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