In the past couple of years we've cracked the secret of the markets, shed light on the mysterious popularity of Chengdu's teahouses, decoded the flavors of Sichuan cuisine (and in detail!), explained market snacks and street foods. We also showed you how to order food in Chinese and understand Chinese dining etiquette. This incomplete yet extensive Sichuan menu should make your a la carte dining experiences simple, unless you're pulling a Sedaris. Did we leave off your favorite dish? Leave a comment below!
(Part 2 of a two-part series. Find Part 1—appetizers, vegetable, egg, tofu, rice and noodles dishes, soups and dumplings—here.)
Beef dishes 牛肉类 niúròulèi
Chicken dishes 鸡肉类 jīròulèi
Pork dishes 肉菜类