It specialises in both Cantonese and Sichuan cuisines, which is served with a view of Albert Park Lake and the city skyline.
To mark its one-year milestone the restaurant is offering three of its best dishes for just one dollar. Try the crunchy golden prawns with a creamy, zingy coconut-and-ginger sauce, or go for the sautéed milk with crab meat topped with dried scallop (both normally $68).
But don’t miss the sizzling fish fillet in hot, numbing chilli oil, which is normally $58. Barramundi fillets are doused in a fragrant oil infused with three different chillies, all imported from China’s Sichuan province. (It’s less spicy than it looks, but not by much.)
There are limits, though. Get one $1 dish with up to four diners, two when you’re in a party between five and eight, or three when there’s nine or more of you. Additional dishes are available at regular prices.
Bookings are essential. Secure your spot here.