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Frying Fish

equinoise | May 20, 201501:22 PM

I just had lunch at this joint, off of 140th Ave. in Bellevue. The focus seems to be on Sichuan flavors, featuring from-the-tank seafood as well as the large combination dishes they call "FeiTeng." I had a "Frying Hot Pot Dish" of frog legs with Chili Peppers. This turned out to be twice-cooked style chunks of frog in a dry stone pot with straw mushrooms, bell peppers, cabbage, celery, and bean curd skin. The dish (pictured) had a very nice ma la flavor, especially the numbing factor. Still, at $18.95 I think the price is a bit much for what it was.

There is also a rotating slate of cold appetizers, but the variety I would have tried was not avail. They have a couple of beers and wines, as well as multiple tiers of high-end Chinese liquor (presumably baijiu), and it seems they are shooting for a sort of celebratory and business clientele.

Overall the impression is somewhere between Bamboo Garden and Spiced in terms of quality and menu composition.

Inchin's Bamboo Garden,
Bamboo Garden Vegetarian Cuisine,
Spiced Chinese Restaurant
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