Sichuan House in China Town Melbourne is a chinese restaurant that serves traditional “Sichuan” style food. Generally very spicy, pungent, and sometimes delicious.
White people also enjoy this kind of food. However, they probably don’t like randoms taking photos of them and putting it online. Come at me bro! The service is fairly standard for asian. The door was annoying, it kept slamming every time someone walked in.
Pork mince with beans. Tasty salty goodness. Order dishes to share, because if you just had this your meal would be very boring.
The house favourite. Double cooked cumin chilli pork ribs. Delicately soft and explosively flavoursome. Delicious enough to make you go for more until your tongue is on fire, or all your taste-buds are burnt out.
The kung pao prawn dish was also spicy, and flavoursome. It contained a lot of nuts, onions, rice cake, garlic, coriander, miscellaneous and oil. The only enjoyable food in the pot were the prawns, but all the other ingredients gave great flavour. (I’m not huge on nuts… well, these kind of nuts anyway.)
Definitely a place to visit if you love spicy food or chinese food, even better if you love both. Just a warning, don’t expect any sympathy or easy way out if the food is too spicy, as this restaurant does not serve ice.