Minneapolis, MN 55408
City Pages' Description
When it comes to Chinese food, thereâs no doubt about the fact that the Twin Cities loves its Szechuan and since its opening in the Lyn-Lake neighborhood in 2010, Szechuan Spice has been receiving rave reviews from critics and patrons alike. Big portions, free delivery, and seriously hot chili peppers that produce that numbing effect known as ma la. Go for the sticky and sweet General Tsoâs tofu, traditional wrinkly and savory Szechuan green beans, cold noodles with sesame, and chewy double cooked pork with hot and sweet peppers. More adventurous eaters will appreciate the signature Szechuan dishes on the menu like ma la beef tendon, stewed sliced beef and stomach, tea smoked duck, and hot pot with chitterlings.
Tips from foursquare
The Shanghai Mini Juicy Buns are perfect for the diner who loves their dim sum served with a side of danger.
Try the fiery garlic pea tips.
The lunch specials are a lot of food for only $7.50! Full serving entree with a whole lot of rice, plus soup and an egg roll! Best Chinese food in Uptown
Xiao long bao (aka mini juicy buns) are very authentic and eating at Sichuan Spice made me homesick for China.
Chungking spicy shrimp and traditional wok-fired green beans make this wee eatery a major player in the Szechuan scene.
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