Tanyoto Restaurant 2/F, 26 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui Tel: 8120 0033 Open: 10am-1am Cuisine: Sichuan, but it's also known for hotpot and serves Cantonese dishes. Ambience: Spacious and clean, with large tables and comfortable sofas by the bay windows. Simple carvings on the walls give the feeling of being in China's west. Price: $150 per person without alcohol. Pros: The staff know the menu well and make good recommendations. The large restaurant is in a busy area of Tsim Sha Tsui, and there was a long queue outside when we visited on a weeknight. Cons: Dishes such as the braised bamboo pith with bean curd ($68) were not particularly impressive. Recommended dishes: Not everyone will be able to tolerate the heat of the chef's recommendation of hot braised garoupa in the Sichuan style ($168, above). The fish was chopped into small pieces, which fully absorbed the spicy sauce, so it lingered on your taste buds. The soaked oysters in port wine casserole ($88) were delicious, featuring big, fresh bivalves in a subtle sauce. Another winner was the deep-fried rolls with seaweed and mixed vegetables ($68). They were well cooked and the thin layer of seaweed was wrapped around celery, taro, pumpkin and shrimp paste. What else? Tanyoto is a large chain with more than 40 branches in Hong Kong, Taiwan and on the mainland. The other two Hong Kong branches are in Wan Chai and Mongkok.