“Unlike most restaurants managers, Larry , is not there to insure a comfortable easy non-rushed dining experience but makes sure you eat fast to get out”
“The desert they gave me for my bday was a little strange but still a nice thought.”
“would recommend going only for great chinese food.”
“Long menu filled with interesting stories about different menu items.”
“I've eaten at every great chinese restaurant and the spicy beef dish here was just divine.”
“The service is authentic Chinese.”
“Best Chinese food in Chelsea, some dishes very spicy, service mediocre, prices reasonable”
“Compacted with the long lines, terrible service, and mediocre food, I give a thumbs down.”
Fallen off. This used to be my favorite chinese delivery spot but perhaps management has changed because the quality of food has fallen off completely. Hoping for their old cubed filet I was instead presented with a greasy mound of fatty steak in an unappetizing sauce. It was inedible.
one of my favorites. One of the best Chinese restaurants in Manhattan and a great value. The food is consistently good and authenthic. The chefs are all from mainland and they haven't been americanized yet. His other restaurants on 51st and 37th are also good. The menu is interesting and he has a great sense of humour.
Best Sichuan in Manhattan.
The Grand Sichuans run by this chef are the best Sichuan in the city.
And cheap too.
I've been several times and always order the Sichuan dishes. There is lots more on the menu, but i cannot comment on anything else.
This review is so brief maybe some will find it not very helpful, but there isn't really anything more to say, it is all around the best.
NYC is lucky to have this place. Let's hope they continue to keep the authentic food top notch and the prices reasonable.
Service can suffer when it is crowded. Branch on Lexington and 33rd does not seem to have this problem-- yet. Also becuse of its popularity and almost constant state of filled-to-capacity, the Chelsea menu is shorter (relatively speaking, as it is quite extensive) than other branches with the same chef, like Lexington.
Some Like It Hot.
If you crave authentic, spicy sichuan food, look no futher than Grand Sichuan. There's a beef dish, can't remeber the name that was the spiciest chinese dish I have ever eaten (and I've eaten a lot) and it was great.
I've been to the other locations (Hells Kitchen, Canal Street) and find this one to be the best. From what I gather each has different owners and for me the Chelsea location stands out.
It's not the friendliest place in the world, and waiting for a table here is a drag so try to come during off-peak times or carry out. It's the real deal for sure.
Don't eat no cardboard man!.
Went there yesterday eve first time and the food was quite good and very generous portions. However, we found a piece of cardboard in one of our mains, alerted the waiter and all he did was take it and walk away...
Fairly inexpensive but you only get what you pay for...
Great food! Better take out!. A neighborhood favorite, you need to get there early on Sunday nights when there is a line for tables. The straight forward frech tasting food is even better brought to your home. Try the General Tso's or let them chose for you!
Real Sichuan, real spicy. It is always a favorite hangout place for Asians who love authentic Sichuan. The food is good and reasonably priced. But it is a long wait during the weekend.
Addictive. Simply addictive. Their Sichuan specialties are truth to the orgins, and I can't resist it. The prices are great.
Authentic Sichuan eats. Very authentic Sichuan food. Restaurant can get crowded which only proves its popularity. Long menu filled with interesting stories about different menu items.
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