This happened early in August, before we girls had our girls night. We went to Chinatown for dinner. They suggested to go to Ba Guo Bu Yi (located at 98 Gouger St). I got no clue what’s that, I just followed them ;p
It’s a restaurant. Looked like need to pay a lot for it. *GULP* My first Szechuan cuisine in Adelaide.
Left: The pickle, spicy, salty, and sweet. It’s there on the table.
Right: Boiled Pork Slices with Garlic Paste (AUD14.80), it’s spicy but not that spicy for me. Then again those who can’t stand spiciness, then it’s another story.
Left: Dried Beancurd Dice with Spicy Sauce (AUD5.80), it’s even spicier but I love it! It’s quite oily though, due to the chili oil, still I just couldn’t stop eating them!
Right: Sauteed Shreeded Pork with Spricy Garlic Sauce (AUD14.80), this wasn’t spicy at all, strange… Or is it because the previous dishes were all spicy enough and couldn’t taste any spiciness in this? I tasted it as sweet and salty. No hint of spicy.
Overall, the food was good. Environment not bad. No complain. The bill of the night including white rice and a bottle of drink, it was AUD42+ for 3 girls. We almost cleared the plates ;p I wanted to dig more into the beancurd dish but they took it away hehehe…
Comments on “Ba Guo Bu Yi”
Hi Irene, you sure having fun there….nothing like good, interesting food to keep the engine going.
I am not very adventurous with food. My wife is. She’ll eat anything!
Me? ducks, lamb, buffalos, goats, Japanese food…not on my list of foods to eat, unless if cornered, ha ha.
Have a nice day.
Oh yes Uncle Lee. Must enjoy myself as much as I can here as my time is running out. Don’t want to regret it when I got home.