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Sunday, 24 October 2010

No.10: Chinese Sichuan restaurant in Earls Court, London



Chinese, Sichuan

Krista at Londonelicious, 30 Aug '10: Boiled Beef and the Spicy Eggplant. "I would stick with the Szechuan dishes. The rest is just not very interesting";

Tamarind and Thyme, 15 Aug '10: "General Shou’s Chicken: Disappointing. A plateful of lurid orange deep fried chicken arrived with bits of onion and green pepper and peanuts. Peanuts. There should be no peanuts in General Tso’s Chicken, Stir Fried Kai Lan with Garlic: was excellent, things also started looking up when we got to the real Sichuan dishes. The Cold Sichuan Noodles with Chicken: the waitress was quick to point out that it wouldn’t be cold but lukewarm, were fine though nothing outstanding, Sea Spicy Aubergine with Pork: was also very good, the best dish though was the Water Cooked Beef with its very tender beef and Chinese cabbage in a spicy, oily broth";

London Eater, 11 Nov '09: Soya Chicken Rice Saliva Chicken. “All in all, No.10 is a sneaky little gem which really surprised me with its quality. Not everything succeeds, like the dim sum for example, I’m convinced the custard buns are off the shelf. The Szechuan specialities on the other hand are masterful, and you know you’ve chanced upon a good Chinese restaurant when the rice are like fragrant drops plucked from the steaming heavens.”

10 Hogarth Place
London SW5 0QT
Tel: 020 7373 7000
Tube: Earls Court

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