There’s a new spot to satiate your need for spicy BBQ: welcome to Super Hot Asian & BBQ, located inside the old Fushia restaurant at 5317 Amberly Drive. The menu is replete with fiery favorites such as Sichuan cumin lamb chop, deep fried chicken with chili, cumin fish, and salt and pepper shrimp.
The Mala Spicy Pot (Sichuan And Chongqing Spicy) is also a fan favorite. I highly recommend the pineapple fried rice, and the Fuzhou Mei Fun. A huge BBQ menu, and generous portions fit for sharing round out an altogether affordable menu. Less spicy options are also available for those who still would like to enjoy the dining experience.
Sichuan favorites arrive in New Tampa
Those interested can visit the restaurant’s website for more details regarding the menu. Need more hidden gems to add to your list?
Thinh An Kitchen & Tofu (8104 West Waters Avenue) is a sensational authentic Vietnamese restaurant. Seriously, everyone needs to experience their Vietnamese Shrimp and Pork Belly Crispy Pancake. They also have 11 different Banh Mi sandwiches on their menu, and specialize in tasty fresh tofu (even carnivores will love these flavorful cubes).
Top new Korean BBQ spot debuts
If you’re craving even more Korean BBQ, then hit up K-Chicken & Korean BBQ at 14380 North Dale Mabry Highway.
K-Chicken & Bowl has garnered near perfect 5-star reviews. This modern Korean restaurant serves up pan fried pork dumplings, Tteok-Bokki (Stir-fried rice cake with Korean spicy sauce), kimchi fried rice, chicken bulgogi, vegetable Bibimbap, and Japchae (savory and slightly sweet dish of stir-fried glass noodles and vegetables). Korean sweet pancakes are also on the menu and we are salivating.
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