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Land of Plenty
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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208 E 58th St New York, NY 10022, United States
208 East 58th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10022
$$RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Bright, white-tablecloth Sichuan restaurant offering a wide-ranging menu & a small bar.- Google
"Hands down, get the fish fillets with silky tofu."
"I find Land of Plenty to be one of the better Sichuan restaurants in Manhattan."
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Lori Luo
7 months ago
I find Land of Plenty to be one of the better Sichuan restaurants in Manhattan. It's a little deceiving at first, given the Midtown location and the sparkling, too-bright interior. Nonetheless, they serve up a chewy, well-spiced Dan Dan Mian and a solid Fuqifeipian as appetizers. The Braised Spicy Beef Noodle makes for a good winter dish, especially generous in portion for just one person. The Ma Po Tofu is adequately spiced and uses plenty of silken tofu chunks and ground pork. All in all, most of the traditional dishes are executed well here, and they won't hold back on the spice if you ask.
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Carlin Yuen
a year ago
Had the braised fish fillets with silky tofu, Sichuan pork dumplings, braised lamb fillets with Napa cabbage, and peppersteak beef. Hands down, get the fish fillets with silky tofu. If you don't mind the Sichuan spicy kick, that dish is delicious. The Sichuan pork dumplings are also pretty decent, not like the usual stuff you get elsewhere, and the chili-soysauce mix they put it in works really well. The peppersteak beef was done pretty well -- the green peppers and onions still had a nice crunch to them without the biteback -- the beef was a little chewier than I like it, but marinated well. The rice was so-so, a little dry. Aside from that, a decent eating experience. Pricing wasn't bad, although perhaps a little high for the fish fillets, but you get what you pay for. Great spot in midtown east!
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Tina Mars
2 years ago
I am from Szechuan and live in NYC for 15 years. I go back to Szechuan every year just for the food. I ordered the original Sichuan dishes, the rooster tastes like chicken, the general flavor is same others, nothing special.
Susan Millingen
2 weeks ago
My favorite go to restaurant in the neighborhood.
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li xiqiang
2 months ago
I feel it is better.
JuJu Hawkins
6 months ago
The waiters' tone are way too loud, they are loud when they take order, the entire restaurant can hear him, lack of gentleness. The food was not as I expected.
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Rachel Antonio
2 years ago
Land of Plenty is the new Chinese restaurant that opened ever since the last two Chinese restaurants nearby closed due to mystery reasons. This Chinese restaurant is definitely the fancy one with cloth tablecloths and real silverware. Chopsticks optional. The lunch special is fair and they have all the ordinary choices. What I don't like is that they use the same spoon to scoop the rice so if you order brown rice most likely you will get half white rice.
Gerry Anderson
9 months ago
Shirin said its authentic