Day’s 6 dinner, we went to a Szechuan restaurant in the Oriental Mall. This restaurant has a very oriental feel to it.
The good thing about restaurant here is that they have a photo menu displayed at the restaurant front. You can browse through the menu before deciding to go in or not.
For drinks, I ordered a red dates drink (on the left). It was thick and mildly sweet. Red dates are good for blood circulation.
We ordered 3 dishes to share. For appetizer, we ordered some kind marinated meat and egg dish.
Our main dish is a called “Ma La Xiang Guo”. It’s a numbing spicy dish in a pot. It has various meat, vegetables and tofu in it. We simply love this dish.
To counter the spiciness of the “Ma La Xiang Guo”, we had a simple braised Suey Choy hearts with garlic. It came with some mung bean noodles in the center. It is slightly spicy. A well executed dish.
The bill came to RMB245 (about CAD41). It’s one of the more expensive meal that we had in Beijing.
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Nice post. Were the Suey Choy hearts serve hot or cold?