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Spacious and elegant, Szechuan Garden in North Sydney’s St Leonards is where you need to be heading for sensational Chinese fare. This chic restaurant showcases the best of Szechuan and Hunan cuisines, with a plethora of delectable dishes on offer just waiting to be sampled. This has been one of Sydney’s go-to Chinese restaurants for some time now, with foodies in the know buzzing about it for its creative, fresh and inventive options. Szechuan Garden is located on the Pacific Highway and is the ideal space for a relaxing lunch or special dinner. This is one of Sydney’s most popular restaurants though, so reservations are essential.
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As we mentioned earlier, Szechuan Garden showcases dishes from both Hunan and Szechuan cuisines. In terms of the Szechuan dishes on offer in this St Leonards restaurant, you should expect a wide spectrum of flavours including bitter, sour, spicy and salty, while Hunan features pungent, smoky and peppery flavours with plenty of steaming, braising and stir-frying happening. We recommend kickstarting your meal at Szechuan Garden with starters of chilli lobster tail, chilli chicken crunch and spicy seafood san choy bow.
Then, it’s time to delve headfirst into some flavourful mains at Sydney’s Szechuan Garden. If you’re a meat lover, tuck into the house Mongolian lamb fillet, sizzling steak with black pepper and mushroom or house-braised pork ribs, while seafood fans can fill their boots with spicy scallops with sugar snaps, Szechuan Garden’s special salt and pepper calamari or Chinese-style John Dory. With plenty of vegetarian and rice dishes as well, no matter your preference, you’ll be in for a Chinese meal like never before at this St Leonards hotspot. You’ll find it along the Pacific Highway in North Sydney and we can guarantee that you won’t be disappointed!