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Chelsea Chinese (aka Grand Sichuan International)

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  • Chinese
  • 229 9th Ave, New York NY10001 40.747414 -74.00106
  • (At 24th St)
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  • (212) 620-5200
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User Ratings (Based on 102 reviews)

Food 3.9 Value 3.5
Service 2.3 Atmosphere 2.4

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 620-5200
(212) 352-0593
(212) 352-0590
Major Credit Cards
Daily: 11:30am-11pm
Lunch, Dinner
Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Chelsea Chinese (aka Grand Sichuan International)

    Posted by Customer on 12/17/2004

    Bad service, good food!

    The food is good here, I'll give you that. What I will also say is that the management will purposefully deny you the lunch menu for the dinner menu at lunchtime. For unknowning customers, they pay full price for what others pay the lunch price. My friend caught this, and tried to have his check adjusted. The management simply accused him of not wanting to pay the $3! SO BEWARE. He didn't expect it from a restaurant that has such a good reputation.

  • Chelsea Chinese (aka Grand Sichuan International)

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/20/2004

    It's all about the soup dumplings

    Oh dear. The soup dumplings are amazing! They look like little volcanos and they taste like heaven. So it's kind of like volcanos in heaven! Weird! But beware not to burn your mouth! I've never gotten the same entree b/c there are so many interesting things to choose from. I usually dont like chinese food but I love this place. Yum!

  • Chelsea Chinese (aka Grand Sichuan International)

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/26/2004


    Best Chinese in Town. You won't be disappointed. Try some of the House specialities and menu rarities. Be sure to steer clear of the "American Chinese food" section. Two words: Szechuan Peppercorns.

  • Chelsea Chinese (aka Grand Sichuan International)

    Posted by Rashmi Sunder Raj on 09/02/2004

    We love the crispy tofu!

    It take a while to get in. People get irate over the wait. But who cares when you can get this food! As a vegan, their crispy tofu (canton cooking) is the best I ever had.

  • Chelsea Chinese (aka Grand Sichuan International)

    Posted by Johnny on 08/19/2004

    There are few places like this in NYC

    Let's face it folks- NYC is running out of "finds" when it comes to food. Typically, when a place is discovered, and the food is rately highly- prices are jacked... or inconsistancy will follow. Here, however, I have to say during my three years of eating here-- the food was and is still amazing. The decor is nothing to write home about- but if you're looking for flavor, value, and speed... definitely eat here. FYI: the restaurant will often have special dishes, which are not on the menu. If you're lucky enough to be chinese, you can asking about them in detail.... I am not- so often times I will try to fumble and gesture and get them to mention these items to me... give it a try- it may or may not work... depending on the waitress

  • Chelsea Chinese (aka Grand Sichuan International)

    Posted by Chinese foodie on 08/10/2004

    Lucky New Yorkers

    The food at gsi is one of the best sichuan food in north america. You can not beat the authentic dishes. So hot, it could make your pores sweat. Fresh and prepared with precision. All my chef friends love to eat here. The service is quick but not the best. The host is sometimes hostile in a Seinfield way. The atmosphere could be much better without the TV. The best!

  • Chelsea Chinese (aka Grand Sichuan International)

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/29/2004

    Bad service, ok food

    The hostess at the door is so mean it's almost not worth eating there. The food is good, but not outstanding.

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