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Just had lunch for two at Tian Sing Chinese Restaurant. We tried the chilli peppers (capsicums) with black bean & chilli oil, stir fried brisket with baby eggplant and chilli, and Hunan style crisp belly pork with chillies. We ate all the dishes with rice, Chinese style. The first dish, with its wok-blistered yellow and red chilli peppers and fried green chiilies, had a delicious flamboyance that was tempered by the smoky salty black beans and chilli oil. The brisket was tender and tasty, though a tad dry. The third dish consisted of melt-in-your-mouth belly pork morsels with chillies on a bed of diced snake beans. The fire of a hot wok was evident in the pork. The service was efficient and friendly. Tian Sing Chinese Restaurant is definitely worth a pilgrimage if you're a red hot chilli lover.
I searched out China Town and the surrounding area. The locals warned me to stay away from the empty places. Most of the places at 3pm in China Town were empty. I stumbled upon the Golden Horse and was going to go in but the place was packed and while a perused their menu a tour bus filled with people showed up. I tried their lunch the next day. Atmosphere was casual. Tables had lazy susans in the center of the tables and the waitress would bring a dish place it on the susan and the occupants of the table would turn and take what they wanted. Portions are a plenty and the quality of food is wicked good. I had the Kung Pao Chicken, with white rice and egg rolls.. Highly recommend this establishment.