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Lunch Special at Flaming Spice Sichuan Hot Pot in Industry

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Lunch Special at Flaming Spice Sichuan Hot Pot in Industry

Chandavkl | Dec 2, 2011 03:26 PM

As previously noted, Season's Place power center in Industry is anchored on each end by a hot pot restaurant. On the east end is Jazz Cat which has a $9.99 lunch special that is tasty but not particularly filling. On the western end is Flaming Spice Restaurant, a Sichuan style hot pot, which has a slightly more expensive, $10.99 lunch special, not as tasty as Jazz Cat, but much more filling. The main difference is that Flaming Space gives you a large appetizer plate, which includes noodles (or rice), pig ears, seaweed, cucumbers, beef shank and I forget what else, which is almost a meal by itself. Then you get the hot pot, which by itself I believe is larger than the one at Jazz Cat. I had the main non-spicy option, alternately described in the menu as "Tomato Fish" or "Tomato Flish". It didn't have a fishy taste, so maybe it is flish. Flaming Spice is at 18518 E., Gale Ave. in Industry.

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