Traditional Sichuan food, which is famous and delicious. Local people will prefer this place for dinner.
The food served here is very traditional even with a Sichuanese standard. Yet it is losing its edge thanks to the improving quality of other Sichuan restaurants in Beijing. The service in this restaurant is somewhat you could expected from a state-owned enterprise: no passion, cold face, and "you-can-leave-if-like" faces. One tip, arrive early to avoid the queue. They do... More
Seemed to be the place to go based on reviews in tourist sites and guides...supposed to be the best in Beijing, but we walk away not so imrpessed. We got there half an hour before opening. Got a good seat, filled up quickly but someone forgot the service....there seemed to be a lot of cooks but not to many waitresses...we... More
The restaurant is very famous among the youngsters and also among the old peaple, the price is not high,however, the food are very delicious! If you love spice food, it's the right place to go, you can enjoy the traditional Si Chuan food there. It's one of my favorite restaurants in Beijing:)
If you like spicy and hot food. You should go there and try the most genuine Si Chuan food. And the price is reasonable.
this restaurant was hard to find, but i am glad that we were able to find it. i was very pleasantly surprised with the great flavor. the restaurant decor and settings were pretty outdated, but the food totally made up for it. some dishes were very spicy, but it was no problem for us. the flavor was very authentic and... More
This restaurant is located next to the Sichuan provincial government office and offer authentic Sichuan food. It is always quite busy and a reasonable wait is expected. Little or no english is spoken there but this should not be a problem. While they were calling numbers as tables were freed, the person would come and check my ticket to make... More
The restaurant seemed to have one waiter who spoke English, and he came to assist us and ensure that we didn't order anything we couldn't handle. What he did not warn us is that we ordered enough food for five people (we hoped they weren't offended when we were not able to finish half of our food). We had potatoes... More
This place is actually the official restaurant of the Sichuan Province representation office in Beijing, no wonder it serves real Sichuan food. I actually know a few better Sichuan restaurants in Beijing, but these are very small ones, so if you are a big group (more than 6-7 people), I recommend this address where you can find big tables. However... More
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