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Spicy Fish

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Spicy Fish is a Chinese marvel on Little Bourke and offers a fantastic menu of fish dishes in the CBD. The restaurant is a bustling and upmarket haven for superb Chinese cuisine. Arresting flavours hit you with plenty of spice and kick. I'm thinking this is sichuan cooking, one of my favourite Chinese styles. 

Interesting dishes such as Stir Fried Pork Trip and Eggplant in Claypot make this place an exciting adventure. It's a menu brimming with imagination and flair. And with the use of not insignificant spice. Even the Pork spare ribs are in a sweet vinegar sauce.

My Fried whitebait also came with more than expected spice, but was delicious. Crumbed and deep fried but tender.

Staff are smartly dressed and attentive. This looks like a well oiled machine.

Enjoy the Chinese artwork. Sturdy timber tables and timber dividers are a feature.

Spicy Fish is a great option for lunch with sensational lunch specials that are delivered quickly.

This place gets packed so you may not get a table straight away.

Also well known for its dumplings.

 

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David Hagger is a bald headed man with a penchant for finery, convivial dining, and festive culture. He honestly believes Melbourne is an impressive global city.

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