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Grand Sichuan Eastern
Posted by Anonymous on 07/18/2007
Food here is good, although definitely on the oily side. This branch of Grand Sichuan definitely suffers from comparison-still, pretty decent Chinese food (coming from a non-Chinese) in Midtown!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/10/2007
I have been going here since they opened and am always pleased with the food as well as the service. From the amazing pumpkin soup to the chicken with stringbeans...it;s all yummmy!
Posted by Katie on 03/09/2007
I got delivery for lunch and it took 40 minutes to arrive. I work just a block or two from the restaurant. I got the beef with broccoli and fried rice. The rice was not fried. It was regular steamed white rice with peas, carrots, onions and egg. The beef and broccoli was good - but after the wait and with the rice not being actually fried - I probably won't go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/07/2007
It's not as spicy as real sezhuan food would be (believe or not) but it's the most authentic chinese food i had in this country!
Posted by Spark on 10/24/2006
We order take out from Grand Sichuan and the food is consistently very good and fresh. Certainly many notches above other Chinese restaurants in the area. The food is generally spicy and authentic. Terrific dishes are the Sichuan dumplings/wontons, prawns with garlic sauce, the Sichuan chicken dish metioned in some prior reviews, the bok choy and the snow pea leaves and the ma po to fu.
Posted by Eric on 08/26/2006
The food here is really good and really authentic. It's spicy, spicy, spicy as it specializes in food from the Sichuan province. The restaurant gets crowded as it's pretty small, and the tables are pretty close together. It can get kind of noisy too, so don't try to plan a romantic date here. However, if you're just after some tasty spicy Chinese food, then this is the place to head to.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/18/2006
This is one of my favorite restaurants for the spicy Sichuan food. Forget about the service and the decor and just focus on the food. Skip the American Chinese section, and go straight to the authentic stuff in the back of the menu book. For those who want super delicious and authentic Chinese, you cannot go wrong with MaPo Tofu, Chunking Spicy and Aromatic Chicken, and the Sour Beans with minced Pork. Their Shanghai Bokchoy and Whole fish with Pinenuts are good additions for those who like it mild. The food is authentic and that is why you see many Chinese diners there, all breaking a sweat that is worth it.