Endless Delight 味中味

The first time I mentioned the Szechuan restaurant Endless Delight (Wei Zhong Wei) on my blog was when we went there for Jo and HC’s birthday dinner. Back then, we already found the dishes tasty except for the odd tasting cumin lamb dish (have never ordered it since).

Since then, I’ve frequented Endless Delight many times and to my delight (pun intended) their dishes have remained consistently tasty and good.

yummy chicken

This is their 口水鸡 a.k.a. as Yummy Chicken on the menu. This famous Szechuan cold chicken dish is laden with oily, spicy and really well, yummy. The chicken is always tender and smooth, the tingly spicy chilli gravy is ‘mouth wateringly’ tasty and fantastic with steamed rice.

fragrant chicken

This 辣子鸡 Fragrant Chicken is another favourite Szechuan dish and was recommended by the waitress when they ran out of Yummy Chicken. Deep fried chicken pieces fried with great amounts of garlic and dried chillies. It’s mind numbingly hot, salty, crispy and yums.

Another must order which we always have is the 水煮鱼 which is poached fish fillet in very very spicy chilli oil. It’s one of those lip throbbing, tongue hanging spicy stuff that is just addictive.


You’ll notice that all the dishes I’ve mentioned so far have the words ‘hot’ and ‘spicy’ in them. Whenever I feel like some really spicy and tasty (and somewhat greasy) Chinese food, Endless Delight is where I head to. However, they actually do non spicy dishes very well too. This 家常豆腐 is a simple tofu dish which heads off some of the spiciness.


Our must order vegetable dish there, the 荷兰豆 Snow peas are garlicky, crunchy and delicious. If only all vegetables tasted this good.

We’ve recently discovered that Endless Delight have pig intestines on the menu, I know it’s yucks for some, but for those kueh chap deprived people like us, it’s fantastic. Again, this dish is super spicy.

Endless Delight is not for the feeble stomach, your stomach starts making fiery rumblings after a few bites into the meal and sausage lips are almost guaranteed. I’m not sure whether the Szechuan food is authentic since it was Endless Delight that introduced me to Szechuan dishes, but if this is Szechuan cuisine, it’s really addictive and tasty!

Service at Endless Delight can be patchy at best, the waitresses aren’t impolite, but service can be a hit and miss and you’ll find yourself having to wait for rice while the dishes have already arrived etc. Otherwise, I’m impressed that despite having returned quite a fair few times, their affordable dishes have always remained consistent in terms of flavour and texture, I would be hard pressed to find the same consistent quality in many restaurants around Perth. It’s just comforting to know that at the end of the day, you can always return to this restaurant, order your favourite dish and know that that’s exactly what you’re going to get, everytime, anytime.
Endless Delight Chinese Restaurant
145 Newcastle Street

2 Responses to “Endless Delight 味中味”

  1. 1 slappedbygunk November 22, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    Wow this place’s food looks really good, esp the yummy chicken! Next time I go Aus you must bring me.

  2. 2 Di November 25, 2011 at 11:39 am

    Yup will bring you the next time you come to visit

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