I can always try a new dish, the ingredients are super fresh, the food is authentic and the spice really perks up a slow day!
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Spice up your day and head into Squirrel Hill for a creative meal. The lengthy menu offers dishes from the Szechuan province, known for its use of hot peppers. Chongqing chicken is a crispy, spicy treat of an appetizer. Balance out your experience by ordering a bowl of flaming pot (your choice of meat with veggies in bubbling chile oil) and a milder option like sautéed water spinach or snow pea leaves. You're welcome to bring a favorite bottle of wine. Keep in mind that ingredients here are fresh, so the kitchen may run out of certain dishes on busier days. If you're shy about spice order from the American menu, which offers more familiar dishes such as General Tso's chicken, fried rice and wonton soup.