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Sichuan

Sichuan cuisine is bold and fiery and the party atmosphere at Jinli (4 Leicester St, WC2H 7BL; 020 7437 1528) is a suitably lively accompaniment.
The upstairs has an '80s nightclub feel and, in a laminated menu liberally scattered with red-pepper heat warnings, the signature dish is grilled fish in chilli oil. When things really get sizzing, there's KTV karaoke, a Chinese institution.
Baozi Inn (25 Newport Court WC2H 7JS; 020 7287 6877) trades in buns, noodles and dumplings, while Chinatown's newest opening, Shu Xiangge (10 Gerrard St, W1D 5PW; 07445366666) serves heart-warming, lip-numbing Sichuan hot pot, made with 12 different spices and from a selection of 80 ingredients.

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