The four of us ordered the cumin pork ribs, sweet and sour pork and fish fragrant eggplant with steamed rice.
There was a lot of food! Portions are super generous. The cumin pork ribs are their most popular dish and it's easy to see why. Deep fried, spiced pork - what's not to like? It's a mix of ribs and some pieces of boneless pork with a moreish spice mix of onion, chilli and garlic. I'm not a huge fan of Sichuan pepper as I don't like the numbing effect and whilst it's present (we are in a Sichuan restaurant after all so I can't fault that) it's not overpowering and is well balanced.
The sweet and sour pork was probably the disappointment in that the batter was too thick and although the pieces looked big and generous, it was mostly batter.
The food is very filling - deep fried does that to you and it does lie heavy on the stomach but it's not pretending to be anything other than what it is. There's nothing pretentious here. It's fast, tasty and cheap. MSG alert too but all that is really not surprising. As an occasional eat, it's a decent option when you want spice, meat and a fix of fried food.