- $35 for two-hours of all-you-can-eat hot pot with three beers, wines, or sakes ($72 value)
Szechuan Garden follows one simple rule: if you don't break a sweat, the chefs aren't doing their job. The kitchen prepares authentic Sichuan dishes that utilize fresh green chiles, pickled red and green chiles, dried red chiles, and Sichuan peppercorns for a tasty, yet memorable burn. But beyond that, customers are given a wide control over their meal, enjoying the restaurant's signature hot pots, which allows them to customize their dining experience. After choosing a beef, lobster, or lamb soup base, diners can add as many add-ins as they like, choosing from a list that includes shrimp balls, oyster mushrooms, pumpkin, and homemade rice noodles.