Golden Sichuan Restaurant: Spicy Dishes + Dumpling Trail

Diana Chan December 1, 2016 Chinese, Richmond, Three Beakers


Golden Szechuan Restaurant in Richmond is known for their spicy food. I came here with Sherman, Dee and Amy to try a few of their dishes as well as try some dumplings as part of the Dumpling Trail.



The interior has tall ceilings and there are a lot of large round tables which is great for large groups.

Dumpling Trail


Boiled Pork and Cabbage Dumplings were pretty good. The filling was moist and it had a good ration between the pork and cabbage.


Spicy Wontons had a nice thin skin and had a good amount of sauce. It wasn’t too spicy at all.

Other Dishes


Spicy Pork Slices on bamboo comes beautifully presented like as if it was drying laundry. The boiled pork and cucumber sits on top, so you grab a piece and dip it in the sauce below. Very good, but you need to have that sauce dunked to the pork or else it’s just boiled pork belly slices and cucumber.


Dan Dan Noodles was decent.


Braised Beef Noodles was ok, but I didn’t like how it was a tad sweet.


Mouth-Watering Chicken was a good dosh as well. Good meaty pieces of chicken with a slightly spicy sauce. I was surprised it wasn’t more spicy. The peppercorns added a nice kick to the dish.


Boiling Beef should have set my mouth on fire, which I was looking for, but the spiciness didn’t last very long. Not sure why this visit, the spice level was more tolerable.


Twice-Cooked Pork was one of my favourite dishes. The pork was delicious and the garlic scapes were so addictive.


Overall, it was a pretty good spread of food that we ordered for dinner. A few of the outstanding items were the twice-cooked pork, dumplings, and mouth-watering chicken.

We Rate Golden Sichuan Restaurant35rating

170-3631 Number 3 Road, Richmond, BC

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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

1 Comment

  1. Nosh and Nibble December 2, 2016 at 9:07 am

    Garlic and pork is a great combination!

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