Order from the more-affordable sections of the menu and you’ll find the same quality that Little Szechuan became known for with its first restaurant in St. Paul. Be sure to try the ground chicken with pickled bean sprouts—it’s tangy, spicy, and invigorating. Compared to the St. Paul location, this new one tends to dish up food that’s less aggressively spicy, but it’s so pleasant to dine in this sophisticated space that it’s a welcome trade-off. I’d say if you’re a connoisseur of Chinese food, it’s worth the drive from anywhere in the metro to try these unusual, extravagant dishes. And if you’re a business person needing to formally entertain Chinese clients, this should be your top choice among local restaurants, bar none.