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Spicy Town (Sichuan food) Fremont report w/ pics

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Spicy Town (Sichuan food) Fremont report w/ pics

hhc | Feb 24, 2008 12:55 PM

Went to Spicy Town for lunch and thought this place is good, though pricey.

FREE Chrysanthemum tea is given in a huge container. We couldn't finish it all. You also get a FREE small dish of pickled veggies.

The menu is HUGE and had lots of colored pics and in English & Chinese.

We got:
An appetizer of beef tripe $6.95-it's Really spicy. Hubby liked it.

Sichuan style beef rice noodle $6.75-it's on the outside window menu, but couldn't find it on the menu inside. Just ask and they'll make it. It's pretty good. It's enough for 2 big eaters so share! Nice silky noodles and pretty tender beef with maybe 2 small bok choy plus the red soup.

steam rice $1 - hubby wanted it for his beef tripe. Our bill before tip: $15.99.

We wanted sliced lamb coated w/ five spice rice powder steamed w/ yam $8.95 but they ran out of lamb. maybe next time.

They have hot pots w/ the famous Sichuan Mala Hotpot and many other authentic Sichuan dishes (said the take out menu). The restaurant can seat up to 200 guest and can accommodate large parties w/ private rooms.

You can get ice water if you ask. Refilled often.

Separate bathrooms in the back. Women's had 2 toilets & 2 sinks.

Credit cards taken over $20, we just ignored it.

Hrs:
Sun-Th 11-2:30; 5-9:30p
F & Sat 11-2:30; 5-10p

website:
http://www.spicytownfremont.com/

My pics:
http://www.kodakgallery.com/Slideshow...

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Spicy Town
43683 Boscell Rd, Fremont, CA 94538

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