Chinese restaurants in Australia
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This hidden restaurant has a cult-like following and might just claim you too, if you like it hot (you'd be advised to order from the category 'Tongue burning hot'). Chilli oil, dried chillies, ground chilli seeds, Sichuan peppercorns and well, chillies, join other less than dainty flavourings such as peanuts and vinegar to give you a range of pork, chicken and beef dishes that will rock your world. Bookings advised.
Seafood in tanks and script-only menus on coloured craft paper make for an authentic, fast and fabulous dining experience. Tank-fresh fish is done simply, perhaps steamed with ginger and greens, and washed down with Chinese beer. Book, or be ready to queue. Victoria St is at the east end of Collingwood and Fitzroy's Victoria Pde.