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Empress of Sichuan

Empress of Sichuan WC2H Chinese | West End & Mayfair

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6 Lisle St

Tel: 0207 112 8984

Weekday Opening:
12:00 - 23:00

Weekend Opening:
12:00 - 23:00

Empress of Sichuan
Sichuan sensations in the heart of the West End

The broad mid-priced menu focuses on sharing starters, like meze, in the typical Sichuan style with dishes such as Duck’s tongue with spring onion £7.50, spicy pig’s ear slices (£6.50) and the famous preserved egg known as “thousand year egg” with red chilli (£7.80) which delight and challenge the palette. Sea bass braised in spicy soup £25 to share and steamed dong po’ pig’s joint £16.50 to share are signature main courses which showcase the kitchen’s skills and should not be missed.

The food from the Sichuan region is internationally renowned and has been for centuries. Sichuan is regarded in China as the land of plenty producing a wide range of produce from poultry and beef to freshwater fish and an unparalleled array of chillies and spices, the most famous of which is the Sichuan peppercorn with its intensely fragrant flavour and mouth tingling sensation.

Chef Kang Dong was formerly the Head Chef of Dujiang Yan Grand Hotel in the Sichuan Province and has been perfecting his menu with over twenty years of experience in both China and Europe. He presents his dishes in style and with panache, keeping true to his roots by presenting unusual cuts of meat and offal with garlic, chilli and the ubiquitous Sichuan pepper.

Go through Leicester Sq head towards Princess Cinema Restaurant located close by

Area: West End & Mayfair
Cuisine: Chinese

Dress Code: Casual
Clientele: Mixed
Entertainment: Background Music
Established: 2010
Service Charge: 10%
Avg. Per Head: £25
House Wine: £13.5
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