Hotpot, delicious barbecued delights, grilled fish, exquisite cooking, dishes that are the ideal drinking companions, the likes of which you’ll never forget the taste of – these and more are all on offer at Yu Zhi Zhi, a Chinese restaurant standing out from the crowd down Smith Street in Chinatown. Griddled frog or cooked tea tree mushrooms, chilli and black pepper crab, hot and sour konjac, pork intestines with pickled cabbage, spiced salt chicken, grilled big squid or scallops with fans are just some of the choices from Yu Zhi Zhi’s long, long menu of culinary curiosities. If this hasn’t convinced you, perhaps their wisdom will. This restaurant is deeply invested in the barbecue, describing it as ‘the most primitive way of cooking’ but a method that nonetheless satisfies notion that ‘the human is a fuel heating and drying air’. Book now!
Good simple Chinese food. Affordable and fuss free meal. Not too crowded.