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Chotto Maki introduces new Mala Spicy Broth

It is a mix of Japanese, Chinese, Korean flavours in one soup base.

Hong Kong sushi restaurant, Chotto Maki, is rolling out a new spicy menu item, Mala Spicy Broth to its build-your-own noodle.

The broth is a mixture of flavours from Japanese, Chinese and Korean  cuisine. It has a 7/10 heat scale as well as tingling mala heat.

Its soup base is 100% vegetarian and is an excellent addition to Chotto Maki’s Pork Bone Broth or flavourful Curry. 

Its Tsim Sha Tsui joint is the only store to offer the noodle selection, allowing guests to avail DIY noodle bowls from only HK$78.

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