This no-frills Szechuan restaurant south of King's Cross is not for the faint-hearted. Pork dishes, in particular, make use of the whole beast from ears to intestines, and flavours are seriously punchy and full of chilli heat. If you don't like food to make your lips burn and your forehead sweat, stick to dishes like minced pork dumplings or aubergine in yellow bean sauce. For those who crave a chilli rush, 'sliced beef Sichuan style lavishly topped' won't disappoint.
15 Leigh Street, London, WC1H 9EW
Tel +44 (0)20 7383 3135
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How do I know it is good?
Because that is where the chinese people go to eat.
I have been there. It is expensive but it is good.
My colleague Tom says its the best in the world, let alone the UK, so it must be brilliant.