Where Sydney locals go for unapologetically authentic Chinese cuisine, Spicy Sichuan is a one-of-a-kind restaurant. This Glebe hotspot specialises in Sichuan cuisine, meaning you’ll be spoilt for choice if you like spicy food. It’s not all about the heat here, though – Spicy Sichuan also has plenty of choices for milder palates and those who are more accustomed to more commonly found Chinese dishes. Whichever camp you fall into, it’s worth your time to check out Spicy Sichuan on Glebe Point Road.
Whether you’re a heatseeker or prefer little to no spice, Spicy Sichuan has something to tickle your fancy at their Glebe Point Road restaurant. Decorated in traditional Chinese fashion complete with mahogany furnishings and plenty of red touches throughout, this popular dining establishment provides an experience for all the senses, not just smell and taste. Perfect groups big and small, Spicy Sichuan in Sydney’s Glebe never cease to impress their diners.
If the aroma inside the restaurant isn’t enough to sweep you away to China, the food that comes to table will. An incredible array of flavours await you at Spicy Sichuan, and we don’t just mean fiery chilli – the smoked duck is one dish that’s amazingly flavourful without packing in too much heat. Vegetarians are spoilt for choice here and can opt for favourites like the boiled choy sum with mushroom sauce, eggplant braised with sweet paste or stir-fried potato shreds with vinegar. For adventurous diners, the fried duck tongue in soy sauce and fried duck gizzard are two dishes not to be missed. There’s a whole lot more where that came from – book ahead to snag a table at this one of a kind Chinese restaurant in Sydney’s Glebe.
One of the best tasting sichuan hotpot places I've been to in Sydney. Very friendly staff and decent prices. We will definitely be coming back soon!
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Food is quite good. Service is not great. Ordering is via iPad in kind of a Chinese / English hybrid language. Would go back though