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Grand Sichuan
Sichuan Restaurant$$
Today 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
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229 Ninth Ave New York, NY 10001
229 Ninth AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10001
$$Sichuan Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Sichuan Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
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Spicy Sichuan dishes headline a large menu of low-priced Chinese fare at this no-frills joint.- Google
"The spicy chicken with chinese broccoli is very good and light."
"Solid soup dumplings and string beans."
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rosalina feliciano
a month ago
Very curtious, prompt is excellent to one"s palet..satisfying review of restaurant with an ambiance to match.. Thank you
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Alice Lin
3 weeks ago
Solid soup dumplings and string beans. Couldn't eat the spicy stuff but my friends loved the braised fish and beef.
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Dianna Chou
4 months ago
Good staples - - Soup dumpling - Loofah - Dry string beans Stew fish caserole had a lot of cabbage
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Joe Wehry
a year ago
One of the more authentic Chinese restaurants north of Chinatown. Dismal vegetarian options (cabbage, egg roll, tofu) but could not get a clear answer if the vegetable soup was made with meat stock, so good luck with that. The loofah is delicious, order without scallops, and you will not look at your bath sponge again in the same way. Meat eaters will rejoice. Ignore the American menu items. Service was mixed. Expect your food to be well-prepared, quickly delivered in whatever order it is ready, and don't expect to have your backside kissed. Do expect to leave feeling full and satisfied.
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Grape Minkoff
a month ago
This was the worst Chinese restaurant I have ever experienced. The food was greasy and/or gelatinous. I ordered Chinese broccoli with garlic and it was under-cooked. We ordered a chicken dish and it didn't even taste like chicken.
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Cheryl Hung
6 months ago
Amazing pea shoots and the other two dishes we had were good too (something overly poetic which turned out to be baby chicken, and squid with sour long beans). Plus I always like Chinese places that give you tea as soon as you sit down and oranges to finish.
Christine Wang
a year ago
Grand Sichuan St. Marks: Smoked Tea Duck-- you've made it-- reached a true OASIS delicate tea essences, soft steamed rice buns: you create a sandwich of the royalty with cool cucumbers, flavorful hoisin sauce. Crispy duck skin signifies a special occasion that is true indeed (because we're not in Kansas anymore Toto)! Sichuan cold noodle is decidedly unique (sans the sweet sesame peanut sauce): instead its about the SPICES, the heat-- yes its HOT! Young NYU crowd (AKA CUTE! :) Women run the house with a kind (but business-like manner). Ms. Gao the manager is nice but professional. Lala means spicy in chinese but also sounds like some great fun doesnt it? Colorful flashing led lights signify festive. Hunan cuisine is included on the extensive menu, which also includes staples like everything with potatoes but done in a tasty culinary hand.
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Adam D
a year ago
I give this place a 5 star rating because I believe soup dumplings are some of the most delicious foods that can be eaten, and Grand Sichuan has the best soup dumplings. The atmosphere is that of a somewhat dated Chinese restaurant. The service is unfriendly (who cares?). Free tea when you sit down. All of the other Chinese food I have tried here has been delicious as well. They also have some unique Chinese dishes that you won't find at any old Chinese restaurant. The free, hot tea and the delicious and comforting soup dumplings make this my favorite place to go on a cold winter day, especially if it is snowing.
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