Tasted of Chengdu – Orlando, FL

We have very few good, local Chinese food restaurants in Orlando so when we saw some ads about this new opening place, we wanted to give it a try.

The feedback from my friends was that it was great but I was still a little scared to try Chuan cuisine (川菜).

They’re famous for spicy dishes, from hot pot to local traditional Mapo Doufu so 99% of their menu are spicy dishes.

We started out with appetizers — Savliva chicken and chongqing drool chicken.

The Fuqi Feipian, sliced beef and ox organs in a chili sauce, is one of their most popular dishes. But it’s still way too spicy for my taste.

Chuan cuisine (川菜) is always full of flavor, whether it’s a hot or cold dish.

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You can see all the chili oil.

Chongqing Jell/clear noodle in chili sauce is served cold. It’s a very simple, clear noodle but the chili sauce really gives it something extra.

The Boiled Beef is sliced beef in hot chili oil. This is an entree but I personally can’t have more than one bite.

If you’re a fan of spicy food and/or Chuan cuisine (川菜), this is the place to go.

Edited by Larnna Thompson