Janice Ang •
01 Aug 2011 • 5 reviews • 16 followers
Chanced upon this establishment while on a walk along Mosque Street. The menu was refreshing compared to other Sichuan establishments in Singapore with a good mix between mind-numbingly spicy dishes and other unusual eats like 干锅茶树菇 which is essentially a dry-fried mushroom pot with suitable use of aromatics to enhance the flvours of the fungi.
土豆鸭 is another interesting rustic dish to sample. Essentially a stew, the duck was melting off the bones and made a nice play of texture against the potatoes.
I will definitely be coming back with a larger group to sample other delights on their menu. Service was impeccable. Could be because they were relatively quiet during dinner service last night.