Little Szechuan / San Francisco

501 Broadway St Kearny St San Francisco 94133
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:00 - 22:00
Fri, Sat 11:00 - 23:00

Little Szechuan has remodeled the old Impala space and has an extensive menu with something for just about everyone. The restaurant's menu features dishes from different regions of China, with some excellent Szechuan dishes (if you like spicy food, check out the Szechuan dishes). Little Szechuan offers a large lunch specials menu, online ordering, dine-in and take-out, and has a private dining space downstairs which may be reserved for events. Hours: Mon-Sat 11 AM to 10 PM. Sundays may be reserved for private parties.

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average 599 votes
Tips from the Net @ Little Szechuan
Billy Hause en
Came here randomly for dinner, and I enjoyed it! We ordered the Szechuan in spicy smoothies & milk tea, and steamed vegetables. Everything was tasty, with just the right level of heat. I especially liked the Szechuan . Perfectly cooked and not too gamy. GooglePlace - June 2017
Ken Capelli en
Good menu, big tables, open seating. Food is tangy and delicious. GooglePlace - June 2017
Harry Yang en
So the food at this restaurant actually taste like trash. We came here instead of z and y because there was a big line and the two restaurants are just about on the opposite side of the spectrum as far as Szechuan restaurants go. Do not recommend. GooglePlace - May 2017
Josh Callender en
The spicy dry fried chicken was the best part of the meal, although it wasn't very spicy - ask for a side of chili oil and it'll help out. The veg was fine, but a bit garlicky, and the beef chow mein was pretty bland. Overall, it was pretty good and the the spot for my desire of Szechuan spicy chicken. Next time I'll probably be going to z&y though. GooglePlace - April 2017
Jawad Ali Talpur en
What a great food they serve and with great service. Server and manger both were great. Went there right after lunch and still got serviced lunch. There curry chicken is the best ask them to make it spicy. GooglePlace - November 2016