They open at 6:30pm but customers were already there at 6pm and the tables were fully booked.
I liked the menu there because it works out to $300 per person and you get to choose two appetizers and 3-4 main dishes and when there is more people you can choose more and they adjust the portions and it still costs $300 per head.
Here was what I had:
Sichuan cold noodles:
Came here for this and it did not disappoint, each strand was tossed in this fragrant Sichuan sauce that was not too spicy.
Chongxing style steamed chicken with chili sauce:
A nice start to the meal with spicy chilled chicken.
Cucumber and century egg soup:
Tried this because the pairing of cucumber and century egg was interesting.
It was soothing but the soup was quite salty.
Smothered chicken with chestnuts:
Surprisingly, this was the spiciest dish out of the whole meal when I was least expecting it and the chicken was very bony.
Sauteed frog with red chili:
The frog meat was very tasty but a bit too salty and dry.
Poached fish in chongxing style:
As expected, the fish is not as spicy as it looks and the slices of fish were big and silky, great with rice.
I would dine here more often but the elevators suck.
Sijie Sichuan Restaurant10/F, Bartlock Centre, 3 Yiu Wa Street, Causeway Bay