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Sichuan Restaurants in Hong Kong

 Some like it hot: Sichuan restaurants in Hong Kong. With more and more tourists from mainland China visiting the city, it's no surprise that Hong Kong now boasts numerous restaurants serving Chinese regional cooking – and Sichuan cuisine is just one of the many on offer. Steeped in peppercorns, chillies, soy sauce and vinegar, the cuisine of this south-western Chinese province prides itself on being fearsomely spicy. But while its bold combinations of sweet and sour can occasionally be overpowering, the best Sichuan restaurants in Hong Kong offer a more nuanced culinary experience that'll have you coming back for more.

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Sohofama

Sohofama

Sheung Wan
Chinese$$$$
5.0/693
Sohofama
Nanhai no.1 南海一號

Nanhai no.1 南海一號

Tsim Sha Tsui
Chinese$$$$
4.5/634
Nanhai no.1 南海一號
Fa Zu Jie 法租界

Fa Zu Jie 法租界

Central
Chinese$$$$
5.6/617
Fa Zu Jie 法租界
Fang Fang

Fang Fang

Central
Chinese$$$$
4.9/620
Fang Fang
Jardin De Jade / 蘇浙滙

Jardin De Jade / 蘇浙滙

Wan Chai
Chinese$$$$
5.2/69
Jardin De Jade / 蘇浙滙
Deng G

Deng G

Wan Chai
Chinese$$$$
6.0/61
Deng G
醉胡爐 Wulu Restaurant

醉胡爐 Wulu Restaurant

Tsim Sha Tsui
Chinese$$$$
6.0/61
醉胡爐 Wulu Restaurant
Above & Beyond 天外天

Above & Beyond 天外天

Tsim Sha Tsui
Chinese$$$$
5.3/67
Above & Beyond 天外天
Bao Bei

Bao Bei

Central
Chinese$$$$
4.3/615
Bao Bei
BBQ 美食店

BBQ 美食店

Sai Ying Pun
Chinese$$$$
5.0/62
BBQ 美食店
叙滿庭 China Kitchen

叙滿庭 China Kitchen

North Point
Chinese$$$$
5.0/61
叙滿庭 China Kitchen
Moon Palace

Moon Palace

Central
Chinese$$$$
4.7/63
Moon Palace
新蒸武門 Jengmomoon

新蒸武門 Jengmomoon

Kwun Tong
Chinese$$$$
4.5/62
新蒸武門 Jengmomoon
閩港小廚 Man Kong Restaurant

閩港小廚 Man Kong Restaurant

North Point
Chinese$$$$
4.3/67
閩港小廚 Man Kong Restaurant
嚐館 Taste Restaurant & Bar

嚐館 Taste Restaurant & Bar

Wan Chai
Chinese$$$$
4.2/65
嚐館 Taste Restaurant & Bar
Pinot Duck

Pinot Duck

Stanley
Chinese$$$$
4.3/63
Pinot Duck
Lau Yuen Restaurant

Lau Yuen Restaurant

Tsim Sha Tsui
Chinese$$$$
4.0/64
Lau Yuen Restaurant
汀汀烤活魚 Ding Ding - 荃灣店 Tsuen Wan

汀汀烤活魚 Ding Ding - 荃灣店 Tsuen Wan

Tsuen Wan
Chinese
4.0/61
汀汀烤活魚 Ding Ding - 荃灣店 Tsuen Wan
真味海鮮菜館長洲 Delicious Seafood Restaurant Cheung Chau

真味海鮮菜館長洲 Delicious Seafood Restaurant Cheung Chau

Cheung Chau
Chinese$$$$
4.0/61
真味海鮮菜館長洲 Delicious Seafood Restaurant Cheung Chau
汀汀烤活魚 Ding Ding - 西洋菜南街店 Sai Yeung Choi Street

汀汀烤活魚 Ding Ding - 西洋菜南街店 Sai Yeung Choi Street

Mong Kok
Chinese$$$$
4.0/61
汀汀烤活魚 Ding Ding - 西洋菜南街店 Sai Yeung Choi Street
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    Sichuan restaurants in Hong Kong: some signature dishes

    A typical meat dish at one of Hong Kong's Sichuan restaurants might consist of slices of steamed pork or poached beef, served with chillies and mushrooms in a thick, pungent sauce. Another regular standby is the aptly named bang bang chicken, which features spring onions and a spicy peanut dressing. Then there's dan dan noodles – minced pork served on a bed of noodles in a peppery sauce. If you can't decide on a dish, many Sichuan restaurants in Hong Kong offer well-balanced set lunch menus guaranteed to send your taste buds on an invigorating roller coaster ride.
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    Vegetarian dining at Hong Kong's Sichuan restaurants

    Hong Kong's Sichuan restaurants are a great choice for vegetarians, as some of their most delicious signature dishes are aimed squarely at non-meat eaters. If you're looking for a hearty main, try a vegetarian mapo tofu – chunks of silky bean curd in a broad bean sauce with onions and water chestnuts. Chefs also put the humble cucumber through its paces, by dicing it with garlic and then serving it in a spicy sauce. Prepare to be surprised!
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    What to have for dessert at Hong Kong's Sichuan restaurants

    After all those fiery flavours, it's all the more important to cleanse the palate with a refreshing final course, and you’d be pleased to hear that Hong Kong's Sichuan restaurants are no slouch when it comes to mouth-cooling puddings. Try a sweet dessert soup with malva nuts and orange peel shavings, or a bowl of home-made gelato. Plum is a popular choice, but for something a little headier, opt for ice cream spiked with huangjiu – a Chinese liqueur whose name translates literally as “yellow wine”. Gan bei!