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Authentic Szechuan Cuisine

sweetie | Nov 14, 2011 09:56 AM

Ok don't get too excited...that is the name of the restaurant, not my opinon of it.
located at 668 Silver Star Blvd. Unit R202
I went there for lunch about a week ago. I liked it, there were some hits and misses though. Let me also say that I have no clue what authentic szechuan cuisine is suppose to taste like.

Onion pancake- just so so, I have had better

Fried chinese bun- (sorry i don't even know what this is called in english, it is a steamed white bun and then they deep fry it to a golden crunch) this was great, it came with sweetened condensed milk to dip it it...yum.

Hot and sour soup- the taste was fine and I would order it again, but it had spam in it. I do not have a problem with spam, but it didn't seem authentic to me.

Marinated pig's ear- Yum! it had the right texture and the right spice level.

Mung bean jelly?- again I am sorry i didn't get the english name of this dish. The flavours of this dish were similar to the pigs ear, but with a touch of tart. Loved this!! but then I am a huge fan of mung bean jelly so.......

Stir fried green beans- lovely dish, very fresh. average not outstanding

Shanghi fried noodles- this was ok, average

We also ordered a red bean pancake thing, but I didn't eat that.

I would be interested to know if anyone else has been to this place and if so did you find it authentic?

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