Although Sichuan food is originally from the Southwestern regions of China, now you can enjoy this yummy cuisine from many parts of the world. Yes, it has now become an international cuisine!

KittyKaht from Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Discovering Sichuan cuisine, CC BY-SA 2.0

Sichuan Cuisine
Sichuan food is renowned to have diverse flavours. You may go to many a Singapore Sichuan restaurant like the ones located next to properties such as PARKROYAL On Kitchener Road Singapore and enjoy all the hot and spicy flavours as you wish.

Mapo Tofu
This is a dish of bean curd. They are served in a thin, oily sauce which is red in colour, and on the top, you find minced pork or beef.

Kung Pao Chicken
This is a spicy diced chicken. Westerners love this dish because it’s usually less spicy than the other Sichuan food you come across. As it’s fried with red pepper and peanuts, the taste is beyond expression.

Ganbian Sijidou
No- it’s not oily and heavy as many people would expect that to be. Instead, it’s very light and crunchy once it’s cooked right. As its English name suggests ‘Dry stir-fried green beans’ need to be fried for a longer time and they don’t use much oil for this.