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Spicy Fish Restaurant
209 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne CBD
Spicy Fish Restaurant Melbourne is right in the heart of Chinatown and one of the CBD’s most authentic Chinese restaurants. Spicy Fish Restaurant specialises in Sichuan and Shanghainese cuisines. A few of the dishes on the menu have received awards because they’re just that good, the fish fillets in hot chilli oil being one of them you absolutely shouldn’t miss. Spicy Fish Restaurant is part of the legendary Hutong Group and you’ll find it on Little Bourke Street, just off Russell Street in the bustle of it all. Be sure to arrive armed with an advanced reservation, as this Melbourne Chinese restaurant is wildly popular.
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Awesome taste and awesome family restaurant.....great place to visit always.
Service is good, but food compared with before is decreasing the level
Food is always excellent. Portions are on the large side, always fresh and tasty. Sometimes the service can be a bit haphazard but it doesn’t really detract from the hustle and bustle experience.
Spicy Fish Restaurant Melbourne is a restaurant designed for you. As in, quick Chinese bites are available if you need to pop in, eat and be gone again in 15 minutes, but the restaurant is also perfect for a long and leisurely feast. On Little Bourke Street, the restaurant itself is simple yet stylish so we always recommend taking the time to enjoy it. Kick things off, perhaps, with the sliced beef in a special five-flavour sauce, the very authentic chicken feet with a white vinegar sauce or some pan-fried pork dumplings.
For your main at Spicy Fish Restaurant Melbourne, the fried soft shell crab with crispy garlic is popular among many who frequent the CBD. The chef’s also recommend the shredded duck meat with ginger, shallot and dried beancurd as well as the salt & pepper lobster tails. For something you probably won’t have tried before however, order the Shanghai-style braised crystal shrimp or the scrambled egg white with diced fish and scallops. As we said before, Spicy Fish Restaurant is one of the most authentic Chinese restaurants in Melbourne CBD and it’s popular for very good reason.
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