Quite a boastful description, their menu, for what is essentially just #deepfried battered mushrooms with
some #chilli 🌶
“Monkey Head Mushroom is one of the traditional culinary treasures, otherwise known as the famed mountain treasure. To prepare this dish, the monkey head mushroom is first marinated with fragrant sauces, then mixed with dried chill), cashew nuts, peppercorns, ginger and Sichuan pepper oil, amongst other seasonings; before it is stir-fried to...
A traditional Sichuan flavor!
Really yummy with the spice and cashew nuts! A great dish to pair with rice for sure!
Really enjoyed this dish, it is fire indeed with the dried chillies and the monkey
head mushrooms were crunchy outside and juicy / meaty inside.
We added this dish on to try as it's their signature dish.
The portion is HUGE. About 4 people can share this! We couldn't finish it so we packed the...See more
Love this dish!
Vegan version of the Sichuan dish Kung Pao Chicken. The monkey head mushroom was just cooked to the right texture that gives the chewiness. A must order from this restaurant.
Again #sweetdreamsaremadeofgrease 😊 But I was a teeny tiny little bit underwhelmed because although the
name promised fireworks the #monkeyheadmushroom wasn't really #spicy unless you bit into it at the same time as one of those fried #chilli fragments that were liberally sprayed over the dish. I would still get this again though - #mushroomlover 😉
Going vegan I thought I’d never have 辣子鸡again, obviously would never have chicken ever again.
This dish uses monkey head mushrooms or lion mane which are the perfect whole foods replacement. The seasoning is peppery and slightly spicy / 麻but I think anyone can tolerate this level of spice.
My only disappointment is that the mushrooms should be drier and less soft, they’re a bit too oily.
Surprisingly tasted so much like chicken with its crispy ‘skin’ and tender ‘meat’.
A little not spicy and not very oily. Must come back for more!