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If you’re a Chinese connoisseur, you’ll need no introduction to the fiery, numbing dishes of Sichuan cuisine. In the province around the major city of Chengdu, they prioritise their native peppercorns alongside plentiful amounts of garlic and chillies to create a pungent, spicy repertoire of dishes that never lacks in the flavour stakes, allowing for a warming and – according to Chinese herbal medicine – restorative cuisine. If you take the trip to Geylang Road in, well, Geylang, you’ll be able to taste them all at Si Shu Sze Chuan Cuisine, where they provide a prime example of Sichuan cooking in Singapore. There are vegetarian dishes like chilled flammulina mushroom with a special chilli sauce, seafood specialities such as griddle spicy prawns and meat favourites including sour soup beef and boiled frog with vegetables. There are a few house signatures – braised duck with beer and deef fried eel with chillies, fried ribs – so head on in to Si Shu Sze Chuan: book a table online now!
food was tasty but service can be improved. prices are not the lowest but i guess thats what you pay for authenticity. Might go back.
I recommend the sour vegetable fish (酸菜鱼). It's sichuan cuisine so enjoy the burn! I just expect more huajiao peppercorns. definitely worth a try !
Very nice dim sum and food is great. I like the the crispy skin chicken, nice environment for family gathering. Good view of Singapore from 60th floor