Sichuan Dumpling and Bo-Bo Beef Voted as Best Dishes of 2013 by Cincinnati Equirer on Friday, December 13, 2013

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Most Reviewed and Blogged Restaurant
#6 on Urbanspoon

On December 5, 2013, Sichuan Chili is ranked #6 on Urbanspoon as the most recently reviewed and blogged about restaurants in Cincinnati.

Review: Sichuan Chili an authentic adventure

-by Polly Campbell of Cincinnati Enquirer

“Have you ever tried a Sichuan peppercorn? Not actually a pepper, or a chili, it’s the seed pod of an ash tree. Bite down on a few, and you’ll first get a rush of citrusy spice, reminiscent of coriander seed or lemongrass. Then you’ll taste fennel, pepper, a mild heat. Then the weird stuff happens: your lips start to tingle and buzz and parts of your mouth go numb. Take a drink of water to counteract it and the effect is intensified. Click the link below to read the full article.”   Thanks Polly Campbell for the outstanding review and for awarding Sichuan Chili 4 stars.


Grand Opening Ceremony

The new Sichuan (same as Szechuan) Chili Chinese Restaurant opened on Sunday,September 8, 2013 in Evendale, Ohio.  Sichuan Chili is located on the east side of the Village Crossing center off Glendale Milford Road.  The restaurant is approximately 2,000 square feet, contains seating for approximately 60 guests and features Sichuan Chili’s exclusive menu including new style Sichuan Cuisine.  Hours of operation are from 10:30 a.m. to 9:30 pm Tuesday through Sunday.  Monday is closed except during holiday seasons.

Sichuan Chili is aimed to bring high quality, authentic Sichuan Chinese cuisine to the local residents who love spicy foods and/or authentic Chinese cuisine.  The restaurant offers an innovative and broad menu featuring sichuan shrimp/chicken dry stir-fry, sichuan spring-water chicken, spicy sizzling lamb/beef, salt & pepper pork ribs,  beef stew in casserole, chicken & dry chili stir-fry, and roast duck.

Sichuan Chili also offers a great variety of  vegetarian foods including kunpao tofu, farmer’s eggplant, crispy tofu, three vegetable stir-fry, eggplant with garlic sauce (Yu-Xiang eggplant), and of course the vegetarian mapo tofu.  Customers are advised to specify the spicy level with a scale from 1 to 5 when placing their orders.  All dishes are carefully prepared and presented by our chefs specialized in Sichuan cuisine led by Master chef Zhao who is certified with the highest honor in Sichuan Cuisine and who has extensive experiences in a number of major hotels in Sichuan and Beijing, and New York before came to Cincinnati.

Joining the celebration includes friends, family members, colleagues from the Tri-State area including the Evendale building department, Vice Mayor Stiney Vonderhaar of Evendale, Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of Commerce, UC International, SoCAP members, South Ohio Pain Institute, UC pathology, pharmacology, anesthesiology, Cincinnati Asian Supermarket (CAM), Ahead Services, and many others.

For more information please contact Ms. Eileen or Lu at 513-376-7223.