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Spicy Pavilion

October 23, 2016

Sichuan Spice And Everything Nice

A lot of care goes into Sichuan cooking, and Spicy Pavilion owners Gary Tu and his wife Wendy Cheng, along with their daughter Qi, present a rare culinary finesse that has otherwise been lost in this style of Chinese cuisine. Produce is bought each morning to stock the restaurant with quality ingredients, and menu items…

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September 25, 2016 ,

Some Like It Hot

It makes us sweat and leaves us feeling like a fire-breathing dragon. Worst of all, it literally pains us to eat it. Yet for some reason, we just keep going back to spicy food. Those who avoid the heat think that us heat-seekers of the world are certifiably insane for tolerating the physical effects, and…

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August 14, 2016

Taste The Sichuan Sizzle

For the love of all foods fiery red, explosive in flavor and tingly to the taste buds, Spicy Pavilion has got you covered. The newest addition to Chinatown Cultural Plaza, the restaurant is owned by Gary Tu, his wife Wendy Cheng and their daughter Qi Tu, who took the advice of friends and created a…

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July 3, 2016

Where spicy food is kicked into high gear

While he is skilled in the ways of Kung Fu, Gary Tu — the chef and owner of Spicy Pavilion — also knows the right moves in the kitchen when it comes to showcasing his culinary expertise. The craftsman of cuisine opened Spicy Pavilion with wife Wendy Cheng and daughter Qi Tu three months ago,…

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June 5, 2016

Spicy Pavilion

A CLOSER LOOK AT THIS WEEK’S HOUSE SPECIAL: Mini Stone Pot with Beef ($17.99) Since opening Spicy Pavilion in April, Gary Tu and his wife, Wendy Cheng, along with their daughter Qi Tu, have made it their mission to serve up mouthwatering temptations that will spice up your life. The restaurant got its start when…

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