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Monday, 15 December 2014



Hope the food will get better there


Spicy...just the way I like it.
Looks awesome


I do too Kat!

Hi Billy - They use a good amount of Sichuan Peppercorn, but the food could be more spicy....though I almost always think it could be more spicy.


Now that Ba Ren is no longer who is the king of the boiled fish? Lately the only sichuan I have been eating has been at Spicy City but it getting played out for me. The pork belly is not nearly as tender as it is at Carnitas Snack Shack. I know... totally different cuisines but just saying...


I haven't had a good Shui Zhu Yu in San Diego in ages I can't make a recommendation. Sorry...


In Philly, Emei Restaurant's version of Chongqing La Zi Ji was referred to on Yelp as "spicy fried chicken on crack" - here's hoping Szechuan Taste's will gain enough heat to move to that category.


Hi Pete - That's highly unlikely. Though the version at the now defunct Ba Ren surely did fit that category! Thanks for taking the time out to comment!

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