What's the deluxe seafood and tofu soup? i never had soup at a Sichuan styled restaurant though. I ordered fried rice (there are several kinds and I usually ask them to not include the green onions) with a plate of pickled cabbage (on a piece of menu-newer dishes- the waiters hand to customers. If not, ask them for it) I've had spicy beef (not sure the English name, I had it for 14.98; go look for it in the beef category) Personally, I hate deep fried food, so I am not feeling the spicy chicken. There's also a dish with diced chicken (pan-fried) for people who don't eat chicken with bones. (I loved that more). I ask them too if I'm not sure what's in a dish, haha. Wish you luck!
@ John Manzo: Oh, that! I've dined there a few times but not of recently. Actually, that place is a mixture of Taiwanese and Sichuan styled food; I've had fish pot and it was great! (was actually in a pot, not bowl) the pan fried cabbage was also delicious.
Well, if you can take spicy foods, head for chinatown's (you can take the C-train and walk from Center street station)
T-Pot, I got admit their food is pretty good, but they're too far away and they've hidden charged me. (like for the veggie dish, he asked how I would like it, and added an extra dollar on top without explaining it) but that was over a year ago, so IDK what's it like now. Oh, I will try the Cultural Center Restaurant and I kept holding it off. What's Han's? Gotta find that out.