Eunice Tan 46 •
02 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower
I am an avid szechuan cuisine fan.
But in Szechuan Court, I'm not really sure what's going on.
There were 2 classic items I ordered which i'm sure is suppose to taste nothing as such.
Don't get me wrong, I'm all for fusion, contemporary cuisine and what not's, i'm not adverse to changes.
BUT, if you plan to change a classic dish you must at least have the decency to mention it in your menu that it's a 'special style created by the restaurant' or have the servers advise your customers what to expect. To top it off, the 'special style' created, did not taste good at the end of the day.
The two dishes were SzeChuan spicy dan dan noodles and 'kou shui qi' (not on menu).
The saving grace of the day was the Beijing duck (ironic since the restaurant is suppose to specialise in Szechuan) and double-boiled soup.
The only reason that i gave it 1 more star is because the ambiance is nice.
I wouldn't waste my time and money here, go to a nearby coffeeshop.