Named after the Fagara (Sichuan peppercorn), Szechuan cuisine's most common ingredient, which is famous for the pleasant tingling numbness it leaves on the tongue... This is a small and lovely restaurant that specializes in authentic Szechuan cuisine.
Elegant, Chinese style design with red walls, dark wood furniture and bamboo decorations creates a cozy and pleasant ambience that is complemented by the nice and helpful staff... Perfect for a quiet dinner with good friends.
The food is superb, properly seasoned and rich in flavor, as expected from a Szechwan restaurant... However, in order to make it suitable for every palate, they offer three different "spicing categories" on their menu: Tang (mild/not very spicy), Ma (numbing hot) and La (very spicy).
Recommended dishes include: Chili dumplings, Pork slices in a garlic sauce with a hint of chili, Eggplant in chili sour and garlic sauce, Chicken in Spicy Peanut Sauce, Chili jumbo prawns and Chilli fagara style crab
Prices are fairly reasonable: dinner is around HK$ 200-350
Open daily for lunch (11:30 am - 2:30 pm) and dinner (5 - 11:30 pm)
G/F, 51A Graham Street, SoHo, Phone: 2893 3330