Tina Li serves up sizzling hot Sichuan cuisine, with a comprehensive menu of spicy and inventive dishes that will challenge even the hardiest palate. Spread over two levels, Dainty Sichuan Food is a buzzing and lively venue. The interior has many traditional touches, from the large scenic murals on the walls to lantern-like light fittings and red elements throughout the decor.
Tantalising aromas waft through the restaurant, sparking the tastebuds into action for the delectable dishes to come. Stir-fried baby cabbage with Chinese lettuce is surprisingly rich in flavour. The shredded cabbage and lettuce look like noodles, and are accented by a handful of tender beef pieces and thin slices of chilli. Stir-fried beans are fragrant, with strong hints of garlic. The dish is an appealing mix of fresh green beans and tasty pork mince.
PSST! Chilli icons on the menu show you the spice level of each dish – this is great if you’re not a fan of super-hot food!