Tucked away in the back of the Tink Holl market with an entrance on the side street, it’s easy to think all your friends who have been recommending Szechuan Gourmet were pulling your leg. They weren’t. A mid-sized room with typically plain Chinese restaurant décor, this place has a staggeringly long menu with selections in English and Chinese, ranging from familiar stuff to stuff you never heard of. It can be very hot, so be warned. Vegetarians, be warned: for some reason the “vegetable” entrée section includes dishes with chicken, pork and other meat.