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Sichuan Village 川味人家

Sichuan Village

Sichuan Village
川味人家

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100%   (8 votes)
8 / 8

Type: Restaurant

Situated along Mosque Street in Chinatown, Sichuan Village is an authentic Chinese restaurant that specialises in Sichuan cuisine. Formerly name Formosa Cafe Restaurant, it has been around since 1987, and ensures authenticity by hiring chefs from Sichuan where he was trained in the art of cooking between 10 and 20 years. Western diners would be glad to know that these chefs have adapted with the times and adjusted their cooking methods to suit American customers.MUST TRIES: Some of the dishes that are a hit with diners include string beans with chilli, aromatic duck, fish in chilli oil, french beans and spicy pork ribs.

View reviews on hungrygowhere.com

Hours:
Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

Address:
3 Mosque Street

Cuisine:
Asian, Chinese, Sichuan


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