Honestly, I would have never entered this restaurant if not for my friend who was craving Szechuan Hot and Sour soup. The first time I visited this establishment, I was lost. There was just so much going on all around. The menu was a million pages long and we were quite unsure because some of the descriptions just did not make sense but luckily, there were photos which made choosing our food that much easier.
The portions are huge and the prices are extremely reasonable if you do not order seafood. When I visited with my family, we had about 10 dishes and spent about $100! Obviously we could not finish the food and got them to pack up some of the leftovers.
Do be aware that there are many “Szechuan Restaurants” all around and only this is the best I have tried. It is very crowded most of the time but I really love the food. Oh, their food does get really greasy and salty and might not suit the typical Singaporean taste bud, so just a word of caution for those who are really health conscious; you will not enjoy the food here.
I have attached photos of the dishes I tried with my family and also a low quality photo of the signboard because I realised, there wasn’t a proper english name for this restaurant. So I took a quick pic with my phone just as I was exiting and captured it at a very awkward angle; sorry about that. If you are visiting, watch out for this signboard and ignore the nearby restaurants who charge much more and serve relatively lower quality food.
The closest address I can find is, 2 Mosque Street, S(059483).