Welcome to MenuPages - Please Select a city:


  • $$$
    RatingAvg. Dinner Entrée
    $$$$$Greater than $25
    $$$$$18.01 - $25
    $$$$12.01 - $18
    $$$7.01 - $12
    $Less than $7
  • Chinese
  • 88 7th Ave, New York NY10011 40.739621 -73.9991242
  • (Btwn 15th & 16th St)
  • click map to interact
  • (212) 929-1778
  • 0

User Ratings (Based on 26 reviews)

Food 3.2 Value 2.9
Service 2.5 Atmosphere 2.9

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 929-1778
(212) 929-1819
Place Order:
Order From Legend for delivery & takeout
Delivery Take Out Major Credit Cards
Sun-Thu:11:30am-11pm Fri-Sat: 11:30am-12am
Lunch, Dinner
Outdoor Dining, Happy Hour, Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Lunch Special, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Legend

    Posted by Christine on 04/28/2011

    Best Szechuan restaurant in town

    The place doesn't look like a typical chinese restaurant at all, actually, it's way better! The deco are very nice and artful. I am very impressed once stepped into it. For the food we started with Dan Dan Noodle, Garlic Pork Belly, which are just perfect. I ordered their Signature Chicken Brocolli special. Usually it's a boring American Chinese food but their version has a awesome sutlety to it. It is just... perfect, again... My friends ordered Sichuan Style Grilled Fish. It's tasty and beautiful. Next time, I want to get a little more "authentic" and dive into their extensive menu. It is THE best chinese join in NYC for me so far.

  • Legend

    Posted by anonymous on 03/30/2011

    Great Lunch

    Their lunch special is really good. I tried their Chives and Pork Dumplings today. Curiously it's not in either take-out or dinner menu, so this is the first time i tried it even I have been to this place several time. Long story short, this Chives and Port Dumpling is way much better than other dumplings they have. Actually it's so far the best chinese dumpling I had here. And it's not expensive, only $6.95 as lunch special. Highly recommended.

  • Legend

    Posted by Hairy Hungry Geek on 02/15/2011

    Not as good as last time

    Went again last night (Valentine's Day) with another couple. Ordered different things - jellyfish cold dish, hot spicy fish Sichuan style, a non-spicy seafood soup (can't remember now which one), the spicy minced meat and cowpeas, and lamb with vegetables. I was the only westerner at the table, and the waitress didn't know that I speak Mandarin, and she told my friend not to order offal because "lao wai don't eat organ meats" LOL I probably eat more things than she does! I was disappointed at the spice level more than last time; some of the things should be MUCH spicier, and they are in other Sichuan restaurants in NY. The lamb was good, the cowpeas were good, the jellyfish was good. The soup and the spicy fish - not so much. I almost laughed out loud at a western woman at the next table complaining that her mouth was numb from "some little pepper corn in her fish" LOL Why do people eat in a Sichuan restaurant without knowing that Sichuan peppercorns are the very definition of Sichuan cuisine? I guess that the restaurant hears such complaints from some westerners, and changes their cuisine so as not to offend. So it is not as good, and if they continue this trend it will get worse as time goes on. Service was pretty quick - the food came quickly, but they did not rush us as we sat and talked for hours. Not crowded at all - which surprised me, since Valentine's Day is a big restaurant day. We may or may not be back, the food was a bit disappointing. $130 for dinner for 4, with beer.

  • Legend

    Posted by Oy on 02/12/2011

    Over an hour. Lots of promises.

    Don't order unless you're prepared to wait at least an hour. It is now an hour and twenty minutes, and it's still on the way.

  • Legend

    Posted by Hairy Hungry Geek on 02/11/2011

    Good Sichuan food

    Ate here with my wife tonight, and we both thought the food was quite good. 2 for 1 drinks before 7:30 (Happy Hour)! Had the Pork Dumplings in spicy chili oil sauce and cold Sichuan noodles for appetizers, and fish with pickled vegetables Chengdu style and double-cooked pork Sichuan style for our mains. Portions were generous, spicing was very good, although less hot than in Chengdu (no surprise there, this is America). Food was delicious, service was very good, restaurant was quite busy. The noodles were exactly the way I like them, and I have gotten this dish in Sichuan restaurants all over the city; this was near the top of the list. Fish was excellent, the soup it was in was pretty much perfect. I personally prefer things a bit spicier, but you cannot get true Chengdu or Chongqing style anywhere in NYC I don't think. We will be back soon to try more things on the menu!

  • Legend

    Posted by K3llz on 01/06/2011

    Awesome Sichuan Food- If you love spice, this restaurant is a must-go!

    I decided to give this hot-spot a try on NYE,since I have been hearing about it from a lot of my friends.I absolutely LOVE the "Cheng Du" Hot & Spicy Fish Filet. It is highly recommended. My boyfriend loves the "mapo-tofu". ...the menu, theres too many selections to choose from. And they have a lower level where people can sing and throw parties. I must say, im already planning a party there for next month. =) What can I say? let me just make it short and simple...I will defintely keep coming back and bring more friends and will TRY EVERYTHING on the menu! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this place. The decor and the atmoshphere is absolutely gorgegous may I add. ... My loving boyfriend has been bugging me to go there to eat their 'mapo-tofu" ever since NYE.. haha....Surprise, surprise, tonight we will re-visit!

  • Legend

    Posted by Phil P. on 12/07/2010

    Very Accomodating Service and Great Food!

    We were looking for a place to eat very late last night near my apartment. Most of other restaurants were closed except for diners. But my wife really wanted some asian food. So we walked into Legend when they were closing. The staff were so nice that they set up the table and served us a great hot meal.

© 2002-2014 Slick City Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved. MenuPages® is a trademark of Slick City Media, Inc. Disclaimer