Chinese cuisine is regarded as among the finest in the world, offering a variety of unique and exciting flavors. In China, the preparation of food differs from province to province. The four main styles are grouped by geographical location: Cantonese, Mandarin, Shanghai, and Szechuan.
In our restaurant, we specialize in Szechuan style food, but also offer a selection of Mandarin and Cantonese dishes which are milder in flavor, with delicate sauces. Szechuan food combines the delectable merits of the other regional cuisines with two very individual flavors: Kung-Pao and Szechuan.
Kung-Pao: Smoked red peppers are fried until black, then combined with the main ingredients to produce a fantastic spicy taste. Szechuan: Peppers and other spices are mixed with garlic in this style for an exciting flavor - hot and spicy.
The Chinese method of dining is also unique and may not be familiar to all of our guests. Chinese food is generally eating "family style" - with several a la carte dishes shared by those at the table. Typically, you will want to allow about one entree per person, plus perhaps, soup or appetizer, but this will vary by dish and the size of your appetite - we'll be glad to help you determine the right amount. For those of you who prefer, we also offer individual dinner combinations.
We sincerely hope that our food and service meet with your approval. Your comments and suggestions will be most welcome and appreciated.