Tasty, generous, friendly, and sometimes oily
Posted on 06 / 17 / 2012
True to their name, and despite no English spoken on their part (and almost no Chinese on ours), the friendly staff at Loving Hut gave us fine service with warm hearts.
The menu is big and diverse, with plenty of variety from which to choose, including a selection of green vegetables in addition to the menu of faux meats. We found some of the dishes to be far too oily (as is so often the case in Sichuan), so you may wish to keep fried dishes to a minimum. The steamed baozi (dumplings), for example, are exceptionally good. Portions tend toward the generous side, so you might consider ordering fewer items to start, and then more if need be.
Also don't miss the baked items available at the counter. I took a bag of bean-paste cookies for the road, which i'm still enjoying. :-)
Note it's on the very top floor of the mall.
all vegan, varied menu
some dishes oily