Peking ravioli and scallion pancakes are delicious. Everything else is just fair. So only go if you plan on just those two appetizers.
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We love Sichuan Gourmet in Framingham but a bit of a hike to get there. We decided to try their Sharon resturant. And very happy we did. The service was friendly, the food excellent (not exactly like Framingham store) but just as good, spicy and...More
A very good version of the same menu items seen in most area Chinese restaurants, but with some different spices. Note that even Lo Mein has a slight amount of spice, but I think you can ask to vary that. Service at lunch isn't the...More
This restaurant is convenient located on Main Street heading towards sharon -the sharon Heights shopping plaza. The food here no what do you order is excellent. I specially like the Chengdo lamb and fish. Their specialty is the seafood which is probably the best in...More
We've been eating Chinese food (all types) for many many years. Decided to try Sechuan Gourment tonite. Extremely surprised to find everything about this Place to be top notch.. excellent service, good food, fair price. We will definitely return.. try it you won't be disappointed....More
I've been a regular diner here for a few years, as well as at the larger Framingham location. Staff is excellent and the food is even better. If you like the real deal, this is it. If your tastes run more towards the faux-Chinese dishes...More
Sichuan Gourmet food is not Americanized Chinese food. Many of the diners are Asian which tells you about the quality, style and variety of the food. This restaurant is a true hidden gem. Food is fantastic and not altered to suit American tastes.
The food is fantastic. The spicy wontons are the best anywhere. Don't be fooled by the simple look of the place or the location in a strip mall. We make it a point of dining at Sichuan Gourmet whenever we are in the area.
I had some thin noodles there that were very tasty. Seemed a little different cuisine from the standard Chinese restaurant in suburbs.
Simple, clean, mallish, adequate atmosphere for GREAT Sichuan food. We had the wontons with spicy chile sauce, dan dan noodles, Gangou dry fish fillets, ma po tofu, and Chengdu Sweet Rice Flour Balls. All were wonderful. Spicy, balanced, well defined and varied flavor palette.