Here we are sharing a few photos from a trip to Chengdu and Chongqing in southwestern China, the hometown of Szechuan cuisine. There are many local variations of Szechuan cuisine within Sichuan province and the Chongqing municipality, which was part of Sichuan until 1997. The four regional sub-styles include Chongqing, Chengdu, Zigong, and Buddhist vegetarian […]
Local vegan foodie writer Michelle recently had a wonderful time at at our St Paul restaurant. She writes: We went to Little Szechuan, and I cannot say enough how much I love this place. Even with construction literally up to their front door, they put out super tasty high quality food. The light rail construction […]
We are very glad to share with you that big progress has been made with the Central Corridor light rail construction. The south side of University Avenue has been fully open with two-way traffic, as seen from the photo above. Little Szechuan guests can turn into our free parking lot from both directions. Unless we […]
We are extremely honored that CNN included us in their list of the 50 best Chinese restaurants in the United States. Considering the fact that there are an estimated 41,000 Chinese Restaurants in the country, and there is only ONE restaurant from Minnesota selected, we’re obviously excited about the great honor to be on CNN’s […]
In February, Twin Cities Live on KSTP Channel 5 TV showcased four restaurants in their Valentine’s Day special program “Lovely Eats, Lovely Places”. Little Szechuan was featured. Follow this link to watch owner Rong Bai making one of our customers’ favorite dishes Diced Fish with Chili Peppers.
Welcome to Little Szechuan’s new website! We are so excited to finally upgrade our site for our dear customers. Here we hope you can navigate through our locations, menus, hours of operations, and various news and events with ease. You can view our site from various media devices – PCs, macs, tablets, or mobile phones. […]
A great write about our food at our St Paul location from the local foodie writer Juleana Enright at the651.com. She writes: Forgive Little Szechuan’s humble cafeteria-style décor. What the restaurant lacks in atmosphere, they make up in sheerly divine dishes. On our visit to Little Szechuan – after sipping down a warming cup of […]