My Sichuan is located at Gloucester St, Oxford OX1 2BN, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with My Sichuan and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Try my best

4 Google Rating

The restaurant reopened recently, after rumored to be closed down for hygiene reason. We stopped goi

4/ 5

The restaurant reopened recently, after rumored to be closed down for hygiene reason. We stopped going there a year ago, after experiencing deterioration of food quality. It was servicing too many cheap tour groups, and the quality suffered. We decided to give it a try after the reopening, figuring they would be in best behavior at least for a while. It didn’t disappoint. Food quality is back to its better days; greasy floor / table is gone. We will keep going until those signs shows up again, or when all those cheap tour groups return.

Yolanda Gui

1 Google Rating

It is a horrible place to go. The food is not authentic at all, with artificial flavour and it is ab

1/ 5

It is a horrible place to go. The food is not authentic at all, with artificial flavour and it is absolutely overpriced. Everyone working in the restaurant showed a cold and indifferent face. With the worst service attitude, they still charge you 10% service fee. Please DO NOT GO! A PURE DISAPPOINTMENT

Donna Peng

2 Google Rating

I used to love this place but the most recent visit showed that the quality food is very inconsisten

2/ 5

I used to love this place but the most recent visit showed that the quality food is very inconsistent/declining. My Chengdu cold noodles were bland and had none of the subtlety of Sichuan compound flavouring....

E. Vardon

5 Google Rating

Insanely delicious and authentic food (real Szechuan peppercorn tingly spice)! The setting is also q

5/ 5

Insanely delicious and authentic food (real Szechuan peppercorn tingly spice)! The setting is also quite charming. I wholeheartedly recommend to anyone looking for a delicious spicy meal.

nguyen anh hung

2 Google Rating

Horrible service, staffs are disrespectful, unresponsive, passive, rude. However, the food is lovely

2/ 5

Horrible service, staffs are disrespectful, unresponsive, passive, rude. However, the food is lovely, would definitely recommend if you don't mind rude staffs.

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