When we about to step into the restaurant, we realised there is no other customers inside and we were like huh... should we leave? But because we were very hungry at that time + it was very cold & windy + we never been to this restaurant,so, why not hav a try.
Looking at the menu, we saw some interesting food on it, such as duck tongue with something i forgot, deep fried salmon skin... and a few others. i haven't tried those 2 before. I have only tried deep fried chicken skin..haha. For duck tongue, I am not suprised to c it on the menu as Chinese eat almost everything! As for the salmon skin, never came across to me that we just fry and eat the skin cz normally we eat the whole salmon fillet... although i can imagine it will be very crunchy n "juicy" (i.e oily) =Dmenu
Sorry for the bad pic. But if u could c under the "Special Snacks", chilli oil and XO chilli sauce are under it and it cost $2 and $3 respectively. I just find that a bit bizzare.
Neway, I have ordered stewed pork with preserved vegetables on rice, $8.00.
According to mouse, the wanton noodle is quite good as the soup is light and the wantons are stuffed with prawns =)
Overall, we were satisfied as the service is quite polite as well.
Chilli Pepper Restaurant
Corner of Little Bourke and Exhibition (next to Her Majesty's Theatre)