Alas, I managed to visit the 10th branch of the Dainty Sichuan empire that had newly opened in Clayton a few months ago. I was advised to make reservations prior to rocking up. Was I glad I did because that place got crowded after 7pm and the queue kept growing until a little after 8pm where it started to slow down.
Service is fast - you will be given an ordering sheet which has a few appetizers and mains listed. The restaurant's main attraction is their grilled fish concept. Pick the type of fish and the desired sauce to go with it.
Pricing of the fish is dependent on the type of the fish and size. Do be warned tho, just about every item on the menu is spicy and only differs by how spicy you would like it to be (1, 2 or 3 chillies).
I would recommend ordering the mapo tofu or pickled greens version if spicy is not your thing but you still want to give this place a try. In sum, it does live up to the Dainty Sichuan concept and this is evident by the number of diners who came here that night.