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Grand Sichuan St. Marks

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  • Chinese
  • 21 St Marks Pl, New York NY10003 40.7290424 -73.9886673
  • (Btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave)
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  • (212) 529-4805
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User Ratings (Based on 49 reviews)

3.395
Food 3.8 Value 3.5
Service 3.1 Atmosphere 3.2

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 529-4805
Fax:
fax
(212) 529-4850
Place Order:
Order From Grand Sichuan St. Marks for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 11:30am-11pm Sat-Sun: 11:30am-12am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Cheap Eats, Group Dining, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out
Min Delivery:
10.00
Delivery Area:
Houston to 23rd St; Ave C to 7th Ave

User Reviews

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by Karen B on 08/30/2011

    Good food, great value

    This location of Grand Sichuan has interesting "Authentic Style Vegetables," great for vegetarians or those wanting to eat lots of vegetables in addition to a main course. I liked both the Spicy Fish Soup and the Gui Zhou Chicken, both a bit oily for my taste, but very good. We also ordered the Pumpkin with Ginger and Pea Shoots. Both were delicious! We started with appetizers of Cool Cucumber in Ginger and another of Tofu with Ginger Sauce, again, both delicious.

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by J.D. on 06/28/2011

    Be aware of their takeouts or to-go bags

    Food is ok (soup was good; main dishes sucked). What was even worse was their customer service. My friend and I didn't finish most of the food, because they were way too salty and oily. We asked them to pack our leftover to go. And that's when disaster struck! We came home to find all the food spoiled because they put the leftover (with a lot of sauce) in those cheap takeout paper boxes. The oil soaked through the paper box, leaked out of the cheap plastic bag, and almost ruined my favorite tote bag. When I called the manager to complain about it, he hung up on me when I was still talking and he was not even apologetic at all. If the food is bad, the least they could do is be nice. But in this restaurant, you will find nothing but unappetizing food (unless you like your food really salty and oily)

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/23/2011

    Best delivery in the neighborhood

    I've tried several chinese delivery places in the area and so far this is definitely the best. It's a little on the pricey side, but anytime I try one of the cheaper places I realize Grand Sichuan is definitely worth the extra couple of dollars. The soup dumplings in particular are really excellent.

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by happy diners on 01/06/2011

    One Of The Best Sichuan Restaurants In NYC!

    We go there quite often and order different stuff from the menu. So far there's only been a couple of dishes that we didn't like -- mostly the veggie dishes.

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by anonymous on 03/06/2010

    Restaurant vs delivery food not the same

    I was such a fan of this place until I decided to have a delivery this week. I was so DISAPPOINTED with what I received. I'd ordered General Tso's Chicken which is usually white chicken chunks in a spicy sauce with broccoli on the side. The reason I'm describing it is because what I received was white chicken chunks in a bland sauce with cabbage, baby carrots, corn and chili peppers mixed in. I immediately called them to complain about receiving the wrong dish. The woman on the phone had the audacity to tell me that I had received General Tso's Chicken. She went on to explain that their takeout food is different than their restaurant food and that most customers prefer what I'd just received with the mixed vegetables instead of broccoli. I've never heard of any restaurant doing this and told her she'd just lost a customer. If she'd admitted to having sent me the wrong dish, I'd have understood, but to argue with me about it was just poor customer service. Good thing about living in NY is the plethora of Chinese restaurants to choose from.

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by novicefoodie on 11/01/2009

    Used to be Good...

    Just went to Grand Sichuan St. Marks recently, having not been since I moved out of the Gramercy area. I was caught off guard by the higher prices but I figured the restaurant just had gotten popular (who raises prices in a recession, though?). However, I was most disappointed by the food. Never had I had food that oily at Grand Sichuan. It seemed as if there was more oil than meat. Higher prices for worse food. Grand Sichuan, it was a pleasure knowing but now I must go...

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by anonymous on 11/01/2009

    Not good and Expensive

    Just ordered delivery from here and was completely overcharged for below average food. Sketchy meat, "popped" and therefore soggy soup dumplings, vinegar-flavored dipping sauce for the dumplings and scallion pancakes that tasted awful....

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