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Legend 72 (Formerly Penang)

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  • Malaysian, Chinese
  • 127 W 72nd St, New York NY10023 40.77796 -73.97969
  • (Btwn Amsterdam & Columbus Ave)
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  • (917) 441-4790
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User Ratings (Based on 13 reviews)

3.4015
Food 3.5 Value 3.5
Service 3.5 Atmosphere 3.2

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(917) 441-4790
Place Order:
Order From Legend 72 (Formerly Penang) for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 12pm-11pm Fri-Sat: 12pm-12am
Serves:
Dinner, Lunch
Features:
Accepts Credit Cards, Delivery, Good for Groups, Lunch Special, Online Ordering, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
Min Delivery:
15

User Reviews

  • Legend 72 (Formerly Penang)

    Posted by teddyr on 05/23/2015

    Not returning

    The scallion pancake had no discernible scallions and was overly greasy and crusty. There is no excuse for serving extremely fatty roast pork appy. It had the consistency and taste of potted meat with a BBQ sauce coating. The main course lamb dish was good.

  • Legend 72 (Formerly Penang)

    Posted by Richard on 03/10/2015

    Great happy hour drink, Great food,

    They have great happy hour drink. The best in the neighborhood. Food is excellent. Tasty Szechuan food. Chongqing chicken, Dan Dan noodle, BBQ Spare Ribs and Cumin Lamb are highly recommended.

  • Legend 72 (Formerly Penang)

    Posted by mel on 12/29/2014

    interesting menu, poor service

    Hands down the poorest service I've ever had. Waiters brought wrong thing, were rude 3 times. What's cool is the menu.

  • Legend 72 (Formerly Penang)

    Posted by Hairy Hungry Geek on 06/27/2014

    very impressed

    We decided to give Lengend a try last night since we were in the mood again for Sichuan food. What at nice surprise - the food was super good, prepared exactly as I would expect the same dishes to be in China (well, almost). We prefer authentic Chinese food, I don't like Americanized versions. Right now this is our favorite Sichuan in this area (West 70s). We were seated right away; even when we left it was not full, I don't know why. Probably won't last for long with the excellent food. We had the cold spicy sichuan noodles and the cold sichuan cucumber and moer mushroom to start, and they were both excellent. Just the right amount of seasonings and spiciness. For our mains we had the spicy sichuan fish fillet, and the Xinjiang pork ribs. The fish came in a big bowl of peppery soup with lots of goodies and a layer of spicy oil on top, exactly as it is supposed to. Loaded with little red bombs of chile peppers, the flavor was perfect and the dish was fabulous. The eibs had a thick spicy cumin crust on them as they should, and they came with shredded lettuce in a sweet dressing that complemented the intense cumin of the ribs and also the intense heat of the fish. When we were done they brought a quartered orange for an ending palate cleanser. We were there at happy hour, and they have 3 different decent beers on draft; I had the Southhampton IPA. Service was fast and efficient, waiter was polite and very knowledgeable (of course we conversed with him in mandarin; unknown how good he would have been discussing the dishes in english). All in all, I cannot recommend this place highly enough. The food is quite a bit better than it used to be when it was Penang last year. We will for sure be back. Soon.

  • Legend 72 (Formerly Penang)

    Posted by Bill on 04/26/2014

    Still vibrating

    Hello Legend? China just called ... they want their MSG back! Don't get me wrong ... a touch of MSG can brighten up the taste, but the stuff I ordered must have been soaked in it! After about three bites my head was buzzing(and I am not subject to "Chinese Restaurant Syndrome". I ordered some of their standard dishes and some of their specialties, but ended up throwing it all out.

  • Legend 72 (Formerly Penang)

    Posted by Vera C on 04/10/2014

    Warning!

    Simply dreadful, after one bite threw it all out!

  • Legend 72 (Formerly Penang)

    Posted by cather on 01/28/2014

    Order what they do best

    This is a restaurant that specializes in real Chinese food. If you want chicken with snow peas you may as well just go to some joint. Try the Szechuan food, go for the authentic stuff that sounds a little exotic. There are real chefs in this kitchen. Let them do their thing. Dan dan noodles anyone?

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