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For great Sichuan cuisine in London, you needn’t look further than Sichuan Chef, a Kenway Road restaurant that’s taking Far Eastern dining to new heights. Serving up authentic cuisine from their laid-back yet sophisticated premises, this South Kensington restaurant is a gathering point for the city’s Chinese community as well as a hotspot for foodies and spice lovers. You’ll find Sichuan Chef just steps from Earl’s Court tube station and West Brompton overground – book your table now to this fantastic Chinese restaurant in the heart of London.
Excellent genuine food in a warm and friendly setting. Half the customers were Chinese, a token of authenticity.
Very good, authentic Szechuan food, especially whelks in Szechuan sauce
Tutto favoloso, rapidi nel servizio, disponibili e cibo delizioso. Prezzi bella norma per Londra.
If you’ve been on the hunt for proper Sichuan and Cantonese dishes, Sichuan Chef in South Kensington is highly recommended. The food here is truly authentic, with dishes on offer that you can’t find just anywhere. The inside of this London Chinese restaurant features red lanterns throughout, as well as mahogany touches and murals of nature scenes gracing the walls of the dining room. With some of the friendliest servers in town, you’ll feel right at home at Sichuan Chef.
Famous for their affordable lunch specials – they come served with the daily soup – and their hearty mains, this Earls Court restaurant has something to please any type of diner. If you like your food to be on the exotic side, Sichuan Chef will not disappoint. Try the Sichuan-style pig’s ear slices, cloud ear fungus with coriander, whelk slices in pepper sauce, dry-fried pig intestines with rice or some preserved eggs in Sichuan style if you really want to broaden your horizons. Of course, there’s plenty of favourites like kung bao chicken and okra in ginger sauce if you’re not ready to dive into something brand new. Whatever your plan might be, book ahead to save your table at this one of a kind restaurant on London’s Kenway Road.