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  • Chinese
  • 363 3rd Ave, NEW YORK NY10016 40.740807 -73.981277
  • (Btwn 26th & 27th St)
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  • (212) 686-8866
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User Ratings (Based on 12 reviews)

Food 3.8 Value 3.7
Service 4.0 Atmosphere 2.8

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 686-8866
Place Order:
Order From Great Sichuan for delivery & takeout
Major Credit Cards
Daily: 11:30am-10:30pm
Lunch, Dinner
Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out
Min Delivery:

User Reviews

  • Great Sichuan

    Posted by Vaibhav Patel on 05/31/2015

    Subpar Delivery

    Quite possibly the worst possible restaurant in the area for delivery. Step 1. Order Food. Step 2. Receive no food. Step 3. Call to ask where food is. Step 4. Be told food will be there in 5 minutes. Step 5. Call 30 minutes later to ask where food is. Step 6. Be told food will be there in 5 minutes. Step 6. Call 30 minutes later (2 hours past order time) to ask where food is. Step 7. Be told food is delayed. Step 8. No crap. Step 9. Be told not their fault, food will be there in 5 minutes. Step 10. Never receive the food. Thanks for our money back Seamless. Look, the food is good, but whoever is running the place has the mental capacity of a flea.

  • Great Sichuan

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/05/2012

    Will Not Return

    While the first few times I thought the food was great, my last two take out orders were either drowning in sauce or tasted so stale, they were inedible. Will not return.

  • Great Sichuan

    Posted by Local Foodie on 06/07/2011

    The Real Deal finally. Naysayers Learn the differnt types of Chinese!

    Let's start with this. True Sichuan food is Oily, Hot, Full of Peppercorns and CHilis, Mouth Numbing and amazing. This place does it right every time I go and knows what they are doing. For those of you ordering pan fried pork dumplings and Chicken w/ Brocolli this place is not for you and the chef is guessing. That is Cantonese Cooking, learn the difference.

  • Great Sichuan

    Posted by ping pang on 03/30/2011

    A shock

    Spring roll was full of oil, shrimp dumplings were all dough, veg dumplings were all dough, dont know what was inside but it was tasteless. chicken w broccoli, chicken had strange taste.

  • Great Sichuan

    Posted by fussy eater on 03/02/2011

    Best Chinese in the neighborhood

    Soup dumplings are excellent. Everything else is really tasty as well (even standard dishes like chicken with string beans). My only complaints are: 1. The place is too small when crowded and if you sit by the door, it's cold in cold weather. 2. The food is VERY spicy, so if you don't like it too spicy be sure and so not spicy or just a LITTLE spicy. Other than that, I love it and would highly recommend it. The staff is nice and works hard to accomodate. Also delivery is very fast and accurate.

  • Great Sichuan

    Posted by dave on 12/18/2010

    Greasy Chinese Food

    I read the reviews and wanted to experience some good Chinese food as this neighborhood has been missing a good one for years. I was sorely disappointed. I went with 5 friends and we all ordered something different. Soup had greasy oil drops floating on top. Dishes were nicely spicy but everything was heavy with oil and tasted greasy. There is no atmosphere at all here - florescent lights leave the diner with an institutional cafeteria impression. Too bad since the staff is friendly and seems to really try.

  • Great Sichuan

    Posted by surprised on 11/17/2010

    Numb and loving it

    Many chinese places have sichuan in their names, but this place actually uses sichuan peppercorns, the distinctive spice that makes your mouth tingle and go numb. If you're looking for authentic flavor, this is it.

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