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Veggie Zhong Dumplings (5)
House made veggie dumplings served in a garlic and aromatic chilli sauce.
Crystal Noodle and Seaweed Salad
Seaweed, julienned daikon, and crystal vermicelli seasoned with house dressing of roasted chilli oil and black vinegar.
Cloud Ear Mushroom Salad
Frilly cloud ear mushrooms infused with garlic and bathed in sesame oil dressing.
Veggie Buns 素包
Crystal noodle and seaweed salad in a steamed bun.
Sichuan Cucumber Salad
Crisp, juicy cucumbers and fresh garlic in a delicious chilli sauce.
Smoky Tofu Salad 凉拌五香豆干
Five spice tofu with roasted peanuts in a homemade spicy sauce. Goes great with our local beer.
Yu-Xiang Eggplant 鱼香茄子
Stir-fried eggplant prepared in Sichuan's famous "Yu xiang" sauce. Includes pickled chilies.
Fried Green Beans 干煸四季豆
Dry-fried green beans scattered with pickled mustard greens.
Mapo Tofu 麻婆豆腐
Tofu served with green leeks. This traditional dish is deeply warming; a perfect winter dish.
Fish with Pickled Greens 酸菜鱼
A hearty dish of Tilapia fish fillet (a delicate white fish), pickled greens, chilies and Sichuan peppercorn. This dish was invented when the wife of a fisherman accidentally dropped his catch into a simmering soup of pickled mustard greens.
Sweet and Sour Cabbage 糖醋莲白
Quick stir-fried Chinese cabbage in a rich sweet and sour sauce
Braised Mushroom and Bok Choy 香菇青菜
Steamed bok choy and slow cooked shiitake mushrooms.
Ants Climbing a Tree 蚂蚁上树
These saucy pea noodles with Sichuan chili bean sauce are brightened by scallions.
Sichuan Poached Fish in Fiery Sauce
Tilapia fish fillets cooked in a special broth with chilies, Sichuan peppercorns and yellow bean sprouts. Perfect source of energy and warmth on a cold winters day.
Noodles & Rice
Sichuan Noodles Spicy or Non Spicy
Fresh noodles in the chef's special peppery chili sauce.
Cold Noodles 凉面
Distinctively spicy sauce with cold noodles and cucumber.
Sichuan Spicy Sour Soup Noodles
Very smooth somen noodles in a delightful spicy and sour soup with baby bok choy on the top.
Egg Fried Rice 蛋炒饭
Sichuan style fried rice derives it's golden color from scrambled eggs. Scallions give it a zing.
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