About Us

Chinese Food in Twin CitiesSichuan (also known as Szechuan  in the states). The province of Szechuan is in southwestern China. It contains  many of China’s most interesting natural wonders, wildlife preserves,  archaeological sites, ancient engineering achievements, museums, and ancient  buildings that are unique in China. Szechuan is the home of panda which is a  rare animal in the world.

If you like spicy food,  Sichuan cuisine is as famous as Cantonese food, Shanghainese food and Shandong food.  Although, Sichuan food is very famous with its hot and spicy, not all Szechuan  cuisine is spicy. Some dishes even have five taste flavors (sweet, sour, spicy,  salty and bitter).
Country Style Chicken
Common ingredients of Szechuan  include chili peppers, peppercorns, Sichuan peppers (also known as flower  pepper), sugar, vinegar, dried orange peel, garlic, ginger, etc. Common cooking  methods are smoking and simmering, which allow all the ingredients enough time  to infuse food with rich tastes and flavors.
Grand Szechuan is an authentic Szechuan food restaurant. Since opened in 2009, we have been serving the genuine Szechuan flavor food in Twin cities, today we become one of the official formal dining restaurants of many companies, government organizations and local people who want to eat spicy food. Szechuan cuisine is very unique with its spicy type and the material they use, such as pickling, salting, drying and smoking food inside. Grand Szechuan was Recognized by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine, “Best of Twin Cities ” in 2015 and “50 Best Restaurants in Twin Cities ” in 2014. In 2014, we was Recognized by City Page, “BEST CHINESE RESTAURANT in the year”.Grand Szechuan was Recognized as no 1 best Chinese restaurant by Zomato. We appreciate all old and new customers to supports us over the years. We continue keep our unique menu, and try our best to provide the authentic Szechuan food in twin cities.

Couple's BeefGrand Szechuan has been  received the highest review from Local media, including Star Tribune, St. Paul  Magazine,  City Page, yel.com, face book  and google plus.