Buried under a heap of soybeans and red chilies, Tanyu’s Chongqing Grilled Sea Bass Fish with Bean Curd ($45.90) looked intimidating especially for a non-spice eater like me. However, a quick sweep of the chilies and picking out portions that were not soaked long in the menacing sauce proved fruitful as I got to sample the dish without choking or burning myself. Fragrant, spicy, and tantalizing, the sauce didn’t carry as much heat as expected and meld together well with the fresh-tasting Sea Bass. Hence, spice lovers would certainly find the heat level more than tolerable. Though it is worth noting that the Sea Bass had a fair amount of bones so I would suggest going for the Limbo Fish.