We went at nearly 2pm and the restaurant was busy, but not impossible. The servers were difficult to flag down, but not because they were standing around - those people were BUSY, moving every second. We split the steamed vegetable dumplings, I had the garlic eggplant, and the other diner had a whole fried fish. The dumplings came out last (when we had already given up on trying to finish our main dishes). They were HUGE. I found them a bit bland and added a bit of soy sauce. The other diner liked them plain. Portions here are huge! We had the leftovers for two more meals. The leftovers don't hold up quite as well as one would hope. Maybe it's because all of that oil separates out, but I found the leftovers heavy and a bit bland. So... Pluses - open all day, no 3 - 5 shut down, like so many places HUGE portions at reasonable prices reasonable food, freshly cooked and steaming hot cuts of meat you don't find in "Americanized" Chinese restaurants Minuses - incredibly loud very crowded, even off peak times just reasonable food no a/c Summation - It gets added to the very short list of places we can go for lunch on Sunday at 3:15, but not to the top of that list. If the other diner didn't hate getting takeout, I would consider that the best option.
1677 Hollenbeck AveSunnyvale, CA 94087
From Business: From 1985 to 2004, head chef Eddy Huang owned and operated Szechuan Garden Restaurant on Castro Street in Mountain View. That location was a favorite for locals, kn…
I love this place. The food is excellent! This is our go to place when we are craving Chinese food. The only drawback is that it gets crowded on the weekends.
Great ambience, very good food, quick service. I have no reason to complain.