Couple dishes were solid and the interior is nice. Service was also friendly. Real deal is at tasty china further down the street though. This is a good option if you live close by.
Food is always so yummy! I always get the vegetable bao, which is my go to recommendation. Also try the spicy garlic eggplant!
We came here for dinner on a weekend night. It was pretty full but we were able to get seated pretty quick. It seems like the space used to be a fast food restaurant and this restaurant took over. We have eaten at the Buford location and wanted to compare. It is the exact same thing guys, which is great since we love closer to this location. It is just down the street from the food hall in downtown Marietta.
We got the usuals, the soup dumplings, the numbing shank and tripe, which is always strong on the numbness. The scallion pancakes were a bit greasy, and the crab rangoons were average, but the soup dumplings were amazing! The Sichuan cold noodles were a hit with the family and everyone wanted more of those. English is not an issue and the authenticity is real at this place. You won’t regret coming here!
We had shrimp lo mein, crab rangoon, and spring rolls. The food was fresh, plentiful, and delicious!
The service was good. We were seated promptly and the waiter appeared within seconds.
We have eaten here twice and are planning on returning soon.
Omg! Finally found another AUTHENTIC Sichuan restaurant in Cobb county. A short drive from The Battery, I arrived at this authentic Szechuan heaven.
We got the: (1) 水煮鱼 fish fillet boiled in hot oil with cabbage and bean sprouts. A forever must try in all Szechuan restaurants and definitely a staple here. The fish is soft and tender, flavorful and spicy.
(2) Chicken in Black Bean Sauce: very flavorful. Chicken is lightly coated with flour so it’s extremely tender. Nice texture contrast with the bell pepper and cabbages.
(3) 生煎包 pork bao steamed then pan fried crispy golden: yummy! Freshly made in house. Juicy filling with a great bread to meat ratio. You can definitely taste the freshness that only can be delivered with in-house production.
(4) 南瓜饼 pumpkin pancake with mochi sweet red bean filling. !!!! Another yummy gem that’s freshly made in house. I was frankly so impressed by this dish as it is almost always mediocre. However, this one RIGHT HERE! I can single handedly eat 2-3 orders.
Clean environment with fast service. A full bar with easy parking. Staff was knowledgeable and accommodating. I will DEF be back and bring many others to this gem.
Since our normal go to Chinese restaurant was closed we decided to try Wei. It was okay. Food tasted good but portion size for the price you pay could be better. Won’t crave for Chinese on a Monday.
Fabulous food! They don’t mince on the spice, but why else do you get Sichuan food but for the heat! Crowded Saturday night but we were able to grab a table, much easier than finding a parking place. Our waiter was excellent commenting on different heat levels to guide our decisions.
We had the cauliflower for an appetizer and it was so flavorful. Entrees included tofu General Tso, Salt and Pepper shrimp (who knew I would gladly eat shells) and Kung Pao Shrimp. Orders came out sporadically due to a busy night, but otherwise food and service were outstanding.
Nice portion easy phone in and pick up orders. Decent pricing. Parking is a little crazy as well as getting out of the pkg lot but it’s worth it.
Dirty looking with no character! The prices are very high for lack of ambiance and the service! They give you cheap paper napkins with a $18 entree-really???!!! That’s way over priced!!!
First time trying this restaurant. Portions were big! The orange chicken and Mongolian beef were excellent.