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Grand Sichuan St. Marks

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  • Chinese
  • 21 St Marks Pl, New York NY10003 40.729019 -73.988615
  • (Btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave)
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  • (212) 529-4805
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User Ratings (Based on 51 reviews)

3.3415
Food 3.8 Value 3.5
Service 3.0 Atmosphere 3.1

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 529-4805
Fax:
fax
(212) 529-4850
Website:
www.thegrandsichuan.com
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:
Dinner, Lunch
Features:
Accepts Credit Cards, Cheap Eats, Delivery, Good for Groups, Lunch Special, Online Ordering, Take Out
Min Delivery:
10
Delivery Area:
Houston to 23rd St; Ave C to 7th Ave

User Reviews

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/07/2006

    Sesame Chicken!

    I love to check out new dishes, and believe me; this place has more than you can fathom- yet, the sesame chicken soars above average! If you live in the east village and are tired of soggy confused sesame chicken- the search ends here! At GS it is crisp, connected and very tasty. Mine is on its way as I type- YUM.

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by A. T. Sasaki on 01/28/2006

    The best Chinese in its price range

    The GS restaurants are great, and this one may be the best of the lot. Every dish we've had there has been consistently great -- and we eat there weekly. Standouts include Crab Meat and Pork Soup Dumpling, Dan Dan Noodles, Sichuan Wonton w. Red Oil, Duck w. String Bean, Dry & Sauteed String Beans, Shredded Beef w. Red & Green Pepper, and Smoked Tea Duck. The Crispy Whole Fish is a revelation; the sauce is what the generic sweet brown sauce at low-end takeout places *should* taste like. Unlike most of the other Chinese restaurants north of Chinatown, this branch in particular is often full of Chinese patrons. Which brings me to the chief complaint: the place is usually full! Also, the seating arrangements seem designed to minimize the number of "good" seats. The atmosphere -- what there is, anyway -- is OK, the service decent but not exceptional. But you won't be returning for the atmosphere anyway, will you? You'll keep coming back because it's the best place in its price range, and you'll have to spend at least triple on a dinner elsewhere to have Szechuan or Hunan this good, end even then you'll be lucky if it's consistent as it is here.

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by face^2 on 11/28/2005

    Careful. if u start, you'll never stop

    I get a craving for this place at least once a weak. I get hunger pangs just thinking about the gui zhou spicy chicken, braised sliced beef w/brown sauce, dry and sauteed string beans w/beef, or hunan beef. Those are definitely must haves. The servers are friendly and eager to please, and you can't beat the value. As mentioned before, don't go here if you're looking for american-chinese food. I'm sure those dishes are good, but why have regular old general tso's when you can have some phenomenal authentic sichuan and hunan dishes? Only con - it has ruined me for all other chinese takeout. I simply can't go back.

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/08/2005

    Authentic and spicy!

    Definitely the most authentic and spicy chinese food in the city. Great small chain overall, and this one looks better than the others in Manhattan. Anywhere that specifically differentiates a side of the menu called "American Chinese Food" has just got to be good! Ha!

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by Richie B on 07/13/2005

    By far the best in NYC

    The GS chain is phenomenal, and this one may be the best of the lot. If you keep to the "authentic" sections of the menu, you will have the best Szechuan food available in New York. No other restaurant comes close.

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/11/2005

    Yummy

    Stick to authentic sichuan and hunan sections.

  • Grand Sichuan St. Marks

    Posted by Lips Abuzzin' on 06/07/2005

    Best of the GS Empire

    After eating at the Chelsea GS for a few years, we just recently discovered this locale & are devout converts! The food, service & atmosphere are all superior. the dining room full of Mandarin speakers attest to its authenticity. Things to get: cucumber salad, five-spice beef, dry-fried string beans, red-cooked fish, beef w/ dry bean curd, guizhou chicken, loofah, stir fried potatoes, water-boiled beef. Enjoy!

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