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This new restaurant in Suntec City specialises in Sichuan-style grilled fish — great for spice fiends! The concept is straightforward: select your choice of seafood and then a base from various styles and varying spice levels. There are also veggies and sides like luncheon meat and fish cake, which you can add on for an extra charge. According to Burppler Jayson Yeo, even the mildest spice level packs quite a punch, so choose wisely! He went for the Grilled Sea Bass ($35.90) cooked mala-style at the mildest spice level. The fish is fresh and grilled till the exterior is beautifully crisp, before it is immersed into the spice-filled soup. He likes that servers automatically top up the soup stock, so don't be shy to slurp it all up! Side add-ons like beancurd skin and enoki mushrooms ($2.90 each) do well to soak up all the broth, but bear in mind that the fish is sizeable, so limit the extras unless you're dining with a larger group. Alternatively, order the Eggplant that Deserves a Beating ($5.90) on the side. Weird name aside, the eggplant is grilled till velvety soft and slathered in a yummy minced garlic paste — delicious! Pour on some of the mala sauce from your fish for an extra kick.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Jayson Yeo