Yu Sichuan Restaurant (渝酸辣粉)

4 Yiu Wa St
+852 2838 8198
11:30am - 5:00pm
6:00pm - 11:00pm
11:30am - 5:00pm
6:00pm - 11:00pm
11:30am - 5:00pm
6:00pm - 11:00pm
11:30am - 5:00pm
6:00pm - 11:00pm
11:30am - 5:00pm
6:00pm - 1:00am
11:30am - 5:00pm
6:00pm - 1:00am
11:30am - 5:00pm
6:00pm - 11:00pm


  • I love this place! Order those dishes with 'thumbs up' sign if it's your first time. Choose the 3 chilies for the DanDan for a perfect kick!!
  • This is probably one of the most authentic chuan-Yu restaurant in hong kong. The head chef is from chengdu, and they import their spices and noodles from Sichuan. Their new menu is going to be superb!
  • Amazing. Go for all the spicy. Dandan noodles here are the best!!
  • Its ok, there are others in the section of Sichuan food. This place is ok, nothing outstanding to mention nor nothing to complain. Its really is ok
  • Best non hotpot Sichuan on hk island. Chicken and Not on the menu but they also have cold spicy noodle. Cucumber soya milk is super soothing
  • Often very busy. On point spice (and everything nice)! Plenty of vegetarian options. Try the lotus root!
  • One of the best Sichuan good in HK
  • No nonsense restaurant with very good sichuan food. Go for the vegetarian platter as a starter.
  • Love the noodles here! Ask to have the numbing pepper on the side so that it doesn't get over-numbing! One of my favourite Dan Dan noodles place on the island! Love!
  • Both Dan Dan noodles and sour and spicy noodles are great! Ask for less spicy if you can't handle it!
  • Spicy but tiny tiny portions.
  • It's very spicy and numbing. The place is nice and cool. Price is from $150-250 per person for dinner. Much cheaper for lunch.
  • Get the combo meals for the full spicy experience.
  • The Chung Du dumplings are very good along with the spicy cucumber!! Avoid the wok fried chicken green pepper and Sichuan peppercorns!!!! Barely any chicken and all Sichuan peppercorns :(
  • Friendly service. Clean and cheerful facility. Convenient place in CWB for a quick meal.
  • Oh and while their menu composes of a number of Sichuan dishes, I think their selection was awkward, because it did not contain any of the staples or local favourites.
  • The spices were legit, but the flavour was not. I asked for spicy and it was not spicy. I had to mask the awkward taste of the with loads of vinegar. Only then did it taste like the real deal.
  • Really authentic spicy Sichuan food here. The sweet and sour noodles are so good, as is the spicy chicken. Really limited seating though, usually opt for takeout.
  • their dan-dan noodles are delicious.

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