As you know, the Hans like wheaten food, for example noodle, and especially steamed stuffed bun, we call it Baozi包子! (made of flour and meat) This restaurant is the oldest ( 80 years old ) as well as the most delicious one of Baozi in Sichuan, named after the the first name of the founder Han Yulong. For us, it's yummy, but for the western people maybe it's quite greasiness, however, you can try it with chinese vinegar which could clear up the fatness and delay the process of decrepitude.
A cozy bar located in the famous Wuhouci Street in Chengdu. You can't imagine that how could it be a combination of the chinese traditional garden and the modern pop music under the colorful neon light! Just incredible! It was established by a musical producer of China, and that really means something--you can enjoy an alive show of professional level but it only costs you a bear! And we have severals popular singers who originally worked there as obligato~
I really admire the people from Sichuan, because they have skillful hands and diligent character. Always you can find their restaurants everywhere, "Chengdu Xiaochi" is the best example. Chengdu xiaochi means Chengdu food, but it's already become a popular restaurant brand. It's just the chinese Mc. Donald's! Fast, delicious, and cheap! I love their Xiaolongbao, which is steamed stuffed bun but very small, very cute, just 3 RMB/ Long, and so tasty! Just don't miss it! And, with vinegar~
Sichuan Cuisine is one of the most famous cuisine of China, its spicy food as popular as their spicy girls. If you go to Chengdu, this food street is a must-go. There are almost all the specialties of the sichuan food, like Longchaoshou龙抄手，Dandanmian担担面, Niuroujiaobing牛肉焦饼，Suanlalianggao酸辣凉糕，etc. As a street of chinese traditional decoration, it's also a beautiful place to have a tour. You can go there after a day visiting, for it has a fantastic night scenery:)
Delicious local fare made with fresh, natural ingredients is served here in artfully rustic surroundings -- dried corn stalks and red peppers hang between photographs of farmhouses and peasant life. A spiral wooden staircase wrapped around a large artificial tree leads to second-floor tables with views of the open kitchen.