one of the best sichuan food in town ....everything is delicious and reasonable prices...try their any food with their large world wine menu...well done .....
Set on the top floor of Plaza 66, Shanghai's top designer flagship mall, this Szechuan restaurant lived up to the hype. The menu options, service and presentation we all top notch. My beef and shrimp dishes were fiery hot and delectable. The hot and sour soup though, was run of the mill. This place is well worth it if you... More
We left our food choice to the owner and whatever arrived on our table was excellent. Price was kinda steep so it would be a splurge. Beware that there are spicy dishes that are out of this world but simply smoking! Not sure what the dish was but it was a fish dish with a spice in it that just... More
I did not expect there to be a good price-value ratio at the branch of Pin Chuan that I visited, located as it was in a pricey mall on Nanjing West Road opposite the Portman-Ritz Carlton Hotel, but this was ridiculous. A meal for two, with neither exotic ingredients nor an exorbitant number of dishes, approached RMB 500! A similar... More
The food at Pin Chuan is fine, but the price is not. For 200 RMB a head, you would expect a lot more. The service was good and the restaurant looks nice. The food is very much the standard Sichuanese (not in Sichuan) fare. You can get the same meal at another place for a fraction of the price.
If you crave spicy, it's hard to beat this restaurant. Service is outstanding, the price is affordable and the wine and beer list is fine. I particularly liked the Sichuan green beans, the gongbao hiding and the dumplings. I enjoyed the restaurant so much I went back a second time. I also enjoyed the people watching as many Chinese of... More
Went with a couple of friends not long ago. The restaurant is located on Taojiang rd, just next to the US consulate. It is a very convenient area for going out for drinks or other activities after dinner while still being on quite a quiet street. - The dining area is split up in several smaller areas, it is good... More
We visited as a table of 6 for lunch just after the lunar New Year and had an excellent meal. When we arrived the airconditioning was a little on the strong side, the staff immediately bent over backwards to bring the temperature up and get rid of the draft that was hitting our table. We were with Chinese friends and... More
Tried out the Taojiang eatery (previous was at Plaza 66). Ordered similar dishes as the previous visit at Plaza 66, but the food was basically disappointing here. Everything just tasted spicy, where previously there were nuances of taste present. Even the fried beans were too spicy, and we ended up ordering several pots of tea (at 68 rmb per pot)... More
I have been going to Pinchuan from time to time for a few years, generally not for my own dining but this is one of my go-to places when entertaining visitors - think white table cloths, good service, and a large selection of dishes to choose from. The prices tend to be a bit higher than other places, and the... More
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