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Posted by JB on 2014-12-22
Great Sichuan food, both meat and veggie. Try their sauted string beans or their peashoots--both excellent. Also love their veggie lomein. Know people who also love their hotpot. One of the few truly wonderful Chinese restaurants around and affordable.
Posted by Baylyn on 2012-02-24
I've been haunting this location for the last 25+ years.....back to when it was simply known as "10 Pell Street". The new owners have not only maintained this location as a magnet for really great Chinese food, but they have surpassed all anticipations. I
Posted by notzagat on 2011-12-28
We were 6; 3 were semi-newbies, 3 semi-sophisticates. One newbie ordered egg drop soup from the menu, and the waitress took the order, but never served it. Upon asking, she stammered it was not available. When you go to Chinatown, itâs your right to
Posted by frank on 2011-08-04
WOW! what a deal. $5.50 lunch (incl tax) Tea White Rice Cold App(diced spicy celery ,carrots and more) which can be added to the soup to finish it off AND to the dish itself as well.
The L19 Gendgu Double Sauteed Pork was tasty and the pork was sliced pa
Posted by Stevie on 2011-04-28
Yes, the lunch specials are a steal, though the food could be a touch more flavorful. Nice, low-key clean place, and certainly no crowds.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-02-03
$5.50 lunch special includes soup and rice. Really delicious, especially L18 (beef) and L20 (pork).
Posted by cinebyter on 2008-10-14
This new Sichuanese spot across from Joe's Shanghai serves up some great, tasty and spicy food sure to whet the appetites of spicy food aficionados. The restaurant itself is new and clean along with a friendly staff who are more than happy to recommend di