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Szechuan Restaurant

Kamloops, BC

I received news about a new Chinese restaurant called Szechuan Restaurant opening on the Northshore on my Facebook Page.  With family visiting from out of town, it was the perfect opportunity to check them out.  I was eager to order from their Chef’s Menu featuring a more authentic selection so when we were handed their regular restaurant menu, I promptly asked for the Chef’s Menu instead.  My request instantly seemed to hand my server an anxiety attack and when she finally was able to speak, she asked if I could speak or read Chinese.  She handed me a 10 page Chef’s Menu written entirely in Chinese in which she was unable to interpret herself.  All was not lost, as she brought out the Owner and Chef, Peter Au to our table to interpret the menu for us and help us choose our dishes.  Although I was impressed with his presence, I had no idea what I was getting or how much I would be paying for those dishes. 

When the food arrived, I realized that I didn’t need to speak or read Chinese to understand that their food tasted 很好 (very good).  I understand that they have since translated the Chef’s menu into English and I can’t wait to go back to see what else is on that menu.  This restaurant just launched a daily Dim sum with their lunch specials giving me another reason for a revisit. 

Until next time, please enjoy looking at these delicious food photos from our dinner that night.  The Beef Brisket dish and the Yu Choy dish was by far my most favourite dishes but the other dishes were very tasty as well.

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