Found this Sichuan restaurant during a recent stay in Chinatown and decided to give it a try. We felt their Sichuan food was pricey but tasted pretty good and potentially worth returning for.
Restaurant is large with plenty of typical Chinese seating, not much ambience, just a place to eat up and get back to sightseeing. We ordered and our dishes were served up in less than 5 minutes. Quick service always appreciated when you're hungry.
We tried a small order of the (57) stir fried spicy shredded beef (SG$12) that was pretty good. Beef was flavoured well and their was plenty of chilli to help put some kick in the dish but it was a small serving for the price paid (rating 3 of 5). A bit of a small serving for the price though.
We also tried the (62) spicy mapu tofu with minced pork (SG$8) that was a pretty good dish as well. Tofu was of solid texture and the minced pork took on the soup flavours nicely, although it had a different texture than we are used to back home. In the end, this was a better than average Mapu (3.5 of 5), would order this one again.
Overall, this was good but not great Sichuan experience. Our meal was pricey for the serving size and quality but then so many things are in Singapore these days. Food was spicy, generally good and possibly worth making a return visit for.
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