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Daniel76 | Feb 27, 201910:26 AM    

We were in Flushing last night and came upon this place.. It looked interesting so we went in. Actually, we parked about two blocks away from our intended restaurant, We were headed to hot space, which is another Sichuan Restaurant that seams to specialize in this type of grilled fish served in a broth on a tray with things added in and kept hot with sternos. But, it was so windy and we didn't feel like walking and we had heard of this place from various outlets... This place looks like they got their liquor license issued on the 2nd of this year and it's on google maps yet.. so, it must be fairly new.
Xun Yu Si Kao is a china from China I believe.. There is one in Borough Park, one in Houston, one in Philly and I am sure other cities and I believe the chain came from China.
There are cold appetizers and full plates and some bbq.. But, we just went straight in for the fish and we were not disappointed..
The arrangement is fairly simple..
Step 1 You order one of 4 whole fish.. Tilapia, Bass, Big Mouth Bass, Sea Bass
Step 2 Choose your broth: around 12 different sauces ranging from spicy to sour and things in between.. pickled peppers.
Step 3 Add things to the broth: You have noodles and vegetables, to rice cakes, mushrooms and pig blood cakes.
Step 4: eat
We started with a simple dish from their cold starters.. They have most of what you would expect and a few different than the usual. We love the cucumbers.. you can choose garlic and something else.. we went garlic.
We started with the cold cucumbers, these had an unbelievable amount of garlic with probably scallion.. it was delicious.. the cucumbers were scooped and smashed
For fish, we chose, the sea bass split straight down the middle and opened like a book... We ordered the spicy, which was the spiciest.. It tasted of dark roasted peppers.. it was oily and brothy and filled with sichuan peppercorns.. It was really the perfect spice for us.
We added cabbage, rice cakes and homemade starch noodles..
The rice cakes were of good quality.. they go softer and soaked up the broth... not the hard ones that often disappoint.. We were also impressed with the quality of the fish
The two of us were really impressed with this place.. Would happily return and try other things.

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