Some of the best Sichuan in town can be found at the Hundred City Centre up on Amoy Street. Keep your eyes at street level, though, and you’ll miss it – Yu Chuan Club’s restaurant is located on the first floor. If you like your Chinese cuisine spicy you’ll already know that going Sichuan is the way to hot hot heaven, but it can be a surprise for some to find that Hong Kong doesn’t have so many traditional Sichuan Chinese restaurants in its midst. Here at Yu Chuan Club, just five minutes’ walk from Wan Chai station, you can have it all. The owner and executive chef brings a couple of decades experience in authentic Sichuan kitchens to bear on a menu bristling with spicy sets and dishes making liberal use of hot chilli oil for a fiery dining experience.
Great food as usual. The owner is always so nice and attentive. Spicy dishes are generally tastier than non-spicy ones. Would go more often if there are more options on the lunch menu.
The restaurant/private club smelled authentic upon entering. It was quite small, but the tables were arranged well so it felt spacious. The food was spicy enough but lacked a bit of that "something special" flavour in typical Sichuan food, not the best Sichuan food I've tried in Hong Kong.
nice food & service. the best cucumber 小菜!! They usually only have beer (and sparkling sake?) but you can bring your own, the corkage was only $50, which I found very reasonable.