The Taste of Sichuan In The Heart of Kuala Lumpur

When you have a restaurant that has over 500 outlets in China, and also several locations around the world, it tells you something, doesn’t it? Also, well-known artists like Eason Chen, Kris Wu, Tony Leung, and Fan Bing Bing (just to name a few celebrities) have made their way to visit this restaurant. Again, that does tell you something, doesn’t it?

Now let us tell you where we’re talking about! Shu Da Xia Hotpot definitely hits the spot when it comes to Sichuan-style hotpot. Upon entering the restaurant, you will be greeted with ‘Da Xia Xing Hui!’ which means ‘Nice to meet you, Da Xia!’. As you are guided to your seat, you feel that you’ve been teleported to ancient China! The restaurant is decked with Chinese lanterns and in traditional wooden lattice designs. You can’t miss the images of Wuxia (which means “martial heroes”) framed all across the walls of the restaurant. From the table setting to the chairs that we were seated on, the interior design was en pointe!

The MUST try soup base is Original Sichuan Spicy Soup. The broth, made of beef and chicken bones, is simmered for hours before adding spices and herbs to enhance the taste. What we liked about this restaurant was that we were given a choice on how spicy we wanted our soup to be. So you can pick from mild, medium to extra hot depending on your tolerance to hot, spicy food.

If you just can’t handle the spiciness of Sichuan peppers, you can opt for tomato soup or mushroom soup base. There is a choice to go for single or double flavoured pot.

Although the menu isn’t extensive, there are 9 signature dishes that you shouldn’t miss.

  • Sliced Lamb & Beef Platter (RM58)
  • Marinated Pork Rib (RM28)
  • Iceberg Duck Intestine (RM29)
  • Hero Beef Skewers (RM32)
  • Da Dao Sliced Pork Liver (RM18)
  • Tai Chi Mashed Shrimp (RM38)
  • Hero Shu Beef Tongue (RM36)
  • Hero Fresh Cattle Tripe (RM39)
  • Imperial Princess Beef (RM29)

The menu also states the recommended duration to cook each side dish. It was certainly very useful to ensure that the food isn’t under or over-cooked. Shu Da Xia takes pride in their food presentation as they were all tastefully done. The entire experience right from the time we stepped into the restaurant and to the time when the food is served to us, we were filled with awe!

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Operation Hours:

M0nday – Sunday  1300 – 0000

Location: 340, Jalan Tun Razak, Kampung Datuk Keramat, 55000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur


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