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港鐵灣仔站 B2 出口, 步行約4分鐘; 在船街入用升降機 繼續閱讀
所有分店 (2)
電話號碼
25277117
開飯介紹
餐廳名字的「呇」意指明亮的星,靈感來自川菜的基本配料八角。而且呇字由水及口組成,反映出川菜令人垂涎欲滴的特點。經驗豐富的廚師團隊,為傳統正宗川菜加入現代的詮釋,同時又不失川菜特有的甜、酸、麻、辣、苦、香、鹹七種滋味。 繼續閱讀
獎項殊榮
米芝蓮一星餐廳 (2016-19)
附加資料
無肉餐單詳情: 每天供應多款素食菜式
營業時間
今日營業
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 23:00
星期一至日
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 23:00
公眾假期
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 23:00
付款方式
Visa Master AlipayHK 支付寶 現金 AE
座位數目
100
其他資料
酒精飲品
自帶酒水
切餅費
加一服務費
室外座位
當面支付
食評 (39)
等級5 2019-12-25
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This Sichuan restaurant is located in Wanchai J Senses, with Michelin 1-star status for the last four years but in the recent 2020 list was taken out. The restaurant offers authentic Sichuan dishes so if you cannot take spicy food you might need to rethink coming here for the explosive flavors.Coming here on Christmas Eve, we opted to sit inside but in fact there are a nice terrace where diners can enjoy the view from the street on the balcony. The decor is modern with the dark tone mixed with red, quite comfortable if you are sitting on the sofa, but for those on the other side you might need to be excused when other diners or staff walk behind you, with the distance between the chairs and the glass wall quite narrow.The appetizers provided are really spicy and got us a taste of what to come. We ordered Smashed Cucumber ($60) to start as cold appetizer. The cucumber was crunchy and seasoned nicely, refreshing and I found it a nice balance to neutralize some of the spicy dishes I had afterwards.Then we had Hot and Sour Soup ($60). This is a signature dish and I totally agree, with the soup having the great balance of hot and sour. For the local flavors it would be on the spicy side, and while I enjoyed every single drop of the soup I also kept on sweating profusely. There are also plenty of ingredients, with the pig's blood, shredded pork, mushroom, tofu and others all contributing to the soup. One of the best hot and sour soup in town, but you might want to dial down the spiciness if you are not used to Sichuan cuisine.Next comes Impossible Mapo Tofu ($130). Instead of the normal beef, this dish is using the impossible meat, a plant-based protein which got similar texture and flavors to the beef, and I found it a good match in this dish. The tofu is smooth and the sauce spicy but not overly so, full of flavors and a great dish with rice.Having something non-spicy, we also got Sweet and Sour Iberico Pork Collar ($180). Very colourful in presentation, the pork collar has been deep-fried first to maintain a crunchy surface while a soft and moist interior. The sweet and sour sauce is very nicely done, highlighting both the elements perfectly without masking each other, and the bell pepper and pineapple are a great complement too.Next we had another signature dish, the Crispy Diced Chongqing Style Chicken with Cashew Nut ($235). Great in aromas even before eating, the diced chicken is very nicely deep-fried to make it crispy but not overly dry, and I also like the fact the flavors of the different spices and chili are fully absorbed into the chicken, unlike in many other restaurant the chicken are simply deep-fried then mixed with the chili without the flavors. There also also plenty of chicken pieces too. A must-try in this restaurant in my opinion.We also ordered a Steamed Bun ($55) which is nice, with the condensed milk provided to dip for those who like the pairing.For dessert we had Red Bean Pancake ($75). The red bean paste is nice, appropriately sweetened but not overly so, with the pancake deep-fried but not showing much oiliness. A great conclusion to the meal.The service is overall decent, but like most Chinese restaurants there is no sufficient interactions from the staff to diners, explaining the dishes or checking in the food. The bill was $1,237 and for 3 person I think the price is very reasonable and if you like spicy food, this one is a good recommendation. 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)
等級4 2020-03-20
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friday night take out..here with, crispy diced chongqing style chicken with cashew nuts,this one real over spicy and my throat dried after a few, quite salty too and overall of chilli..lettuce wrap with iberico pork,kinda liked soy sauce tastes and alittle oilyso do wrap with the lettuce pcs that came along..pan fried fish fillet in sweet chilli sauce,which are quite too spicyand chilli & salted tastes liked soplease no expectation of the sweetness.. 繼續閱讀
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等級2 2020-02-17
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之前去尖沙咀分店無位,今次終於試到,以米之蓮推介黎講算好平,但個人覺得以食辣黎講水準一般,中意食辣未必會岩食。炸豆腐 炸豆腐就甘食無味,要加埋裡面蒜等等一齊食,上面配左乾椒絲煎小籠包因為用黎煎所以皮比較厚,入面都多湯汁鍋巴蝦個配搭有d似炸雲吞配甜酸汁,酸酸甜甜好開胃雞煲職員介紹話系用無激素新鮮雞,醬汁唔會太麻,少少辣,但個汁太稀,雞都整得好滑招牌炒飯個飯夠鑊氣,但太油,食到後面個底淨番有大約2茶匙油 繼續閱讀
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等級2 2020-01-30
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I went to their sister shop (Qi nine dragons). Food are of similar quality (good, spicy). Portion is however not big. It's acceptable to me because the food is very spicy and small portions are good enough to me. However, if i were to choose, i will visit Qi Nine Dragons the next time. Similar food quality (equally good), similar service, but the view is much better at QI nine Dragons (Tsim Sha Tsui). Anyway, i love their spicy fish with soup so much. It's very spicy, but the noodles in the soup absorbed all the spiciness and it's heavenly if you like Sichuan spicy.Great atmosphere as well! 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)
等級2 2019-03-05
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This is my first visit to the one star Michelin Sichuan restaurant in HK. The new impossible vegi menu got my attention, all the dishes came very quickly and temperature hot. It’s little pricy compare to other Sichuan place in HK but it’s well worth it. It has a good vibe with out door space and comfort tunes. The only disappointment was the chilly fish pot portion, for a small size pot I can only discovered eight piece of fish in it. 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)