At great new Sichuan spot Jing Alley in Sheung Wan it’s hard to decide what to eat

It wasn’t easy deciding what to eat at Jing Alley, a small, discreet new Sichuan restaurant in Sheung Wan.The menu starts off with two pages of specials before moving on to three pages of appetisers, then Chinese barbecue and soups. Then it lists the different types of dishes by flavour profile, including Sichuan spice, Sichuan style, crispy soybean, and ingredients cooked with home-made pickled vegetables and chillies, mixed chillies, or Sichuan chillies. It was a bit overwhelming, but the…

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