Sichuanese Chinese Restaurant

★★★★★

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One of the most amazing Chinese cooking around. Very clean and very subtle in so many ways. I love the fried rice in here, tasty and very satisfying.

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One of the most amazing Chinese cooking around. Very clean and very subtle in so many ways. I love the fried rice in here, tasty and very satisfying.

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I have been coming here for quite a few years. From the outside, it is located next to several Vietnamese joints. I first went there when we had an excessively long wait at Tamarind Tree and have never regretted it. We are often the only Anglos in this family-run bustling place. My all time favorite dishes include Sichuanese Ravioli Soup, a glorious concoction of multiple raviolis floating at varying depths of well spiced soup. Even more amazing are the pot stickers, not the usual plump, greasy sextet for $6.95, but a remarkable 18 of these mini pillows for $4.95. I take em home for another meal. The place is as real as it is ugly. Service is okay.

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★★★★★

I have been coming here for quite a few years. From the outside, it is located next to several Vietnamese joints. I first went there when we had an excessively long wait at Tamarind Tree and have never regretted it. We are often the only Anglos in this family-run bustling place. My all time favorite dishes include Sichuanese Ravioli Soup, a glorious concoction of multiple raviolis floating at varying depths of well spiced soup. Even more amazing are the pot stickers, not the usual plump, greasy sextet for $6.95, but a remarkable 18 of these mini pillows for $4.95. I take em home for another meal. The place is as real as it is ugly. Service is okay.

Pros: PERFECT FOOD, LOW PRICES

Cons: THE PARKING LOT IS UNNAVIGABLE

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I have been coming here for over 10 years. It is still the best Sichuan food in Seattle, bar none!!

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★★★★★

I have been coming here for over 10 years. It is still the best Sichuan food in Seattle, bar none!!

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After spending sometime in China and chengdu I was craving chinese food when i got back to Seattle
This place was it. Its the real thing. Everything we ate was great and authentic and the hot pots looked amazing! Cant wait to go back for more! The staff were friendly and running around providing fast efficient service in this jam packed little gem!

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★★★★★

After spending sometime in China and chengdu I was craving chinese food when i got back to Seattle
This place was it. Its the real thing. Everything we ate was great and authentic and the hot pots looked amazing! Cant wait to go back for more! The staff were friendly and running around providing fast efficient service in this jam packed little gem!

Pros: real chinese food

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This restaurant is by far my favorite. You can't get a better deal in town, especially for the awesome food they serve. Huge variety, hard to choose once you pick your favorites, but cheap enough to get all of them! I love this restaurant, never been dissapointed...except for the service.

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★★★★★

This restaurant is by far my favorite. You can't get a better deal in town, especially for the awesome food they serve. Huge variety, hard to choose once you pick your favorites, but cheap enough to get all of them! I love this restaurant, never been dissapointed...except for the service.

Pros: Delicious, Affordable

Cons: Service, Atmosphere

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This place has the most spicy, mouth watering (or numbing if prefer) food anywhere. The prices are great and the staff is very helpful if you ask. For newbies, I'd start with the dry-cooked chicken, boiled fish, and twice-cooked pork. All three, IMHO, are the best tasting food you can buy with any amount of money - I'm not kidding.

Unlike most other Chinese food places that serve Chinese-American food, this place is down-home Sichuan cuisine. Authentic, period. It tastes like my grandma use to make it, and reminds me of home... Maybe it'll take you far away.

2
★★★★★

This place has the most spicy, mouth watering (or numbing if prefer) food anywhere. The prices are great and the staff is very helpful if you ask. For newbies, I'd start with the dry-cooked chicken, boiled fish, and twice-cooked pork. All three, IMHO, are the best tasting food you can buy with any amount of money - I'm not kidding.

Unlike most other Chinese food places that serve Chinese-American food, this place is down-home Sichuan cuisine. Authentic, period. It tastes like my grandma use to make it, and reminds me of home... Maybe it'll take you far away.

Pros: Food, Inexpensive, Amazing food

Cons: Too, busy, eating...

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You have not experienced the best of Seattle or Chinatown until you have been to this place! The hot pot is simply fabulous...and the pot stickers are simply to die for, in fact you can actually take uncooked ones home to serve at a party! itll make you want to go back again and again, there is a reason this place breeds regulars, once you've been here you'll never want to go anywhere else!
YUmmy!

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★★★★★

You have not experienced the best of Seattle or Chinatown until you have been to this place! The hot pot is simply fabulous...and the pot stickers are simply to die for, in fact you can actually take uncooked ones home to serve at a party! itll make you want to go back again and again, there is a reason this place breeds regulars, once you've been here you'll never want to go anywhere else!
YUmmy!

Pros: HOT POT, cheap and good, friendly staff

Cons: lighting, too loud sometimes

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I can't believe that this place only rates an average review from most people - so I'm going to tell you how it is. This place is the best. The food is fresh and has plenty of actual ginger and garlic. The house hot sauce is complex, made with nutty roasted dried chiles. Try "Ants Climb A Log" or the oddly named "Beef Miscellany", or if you're carb counting try "Sliced Fish with Pickled Peppers". If you have a group, try the hot pot - excellent but a bit intimidating for two. I admit that the spicy chow mein did not bowl me over, but I just order one of the many many other wonderful options! The hours are good and the prices are even better.

2
★★★★★

I can't believe that this place only rates an average review from most people - so I'm going to tell you how it is. This place is the best. The food is fresh and has plenty of actual ginger and garlic. The house hot sauce is complex, made with nutty roasted dried chiles. Try "Ants Climb A Log" or the oddly named "Beef Miscellany", or if you're carb counting try "Sliced Fish with Pickled Peppers". If you have a group, try the hot pot - excellent but a bit intimidating for two. I admit that the spicy chow mein did not bowl me over, but I just order one of the many many other wonderful options! The hours are good and the prices are even better.

Pros: Delicious, Inexpensive, Good Service

Cons: , Atmosphere

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This place cannot be beat when it comes to great tasting food. Sure, the interior may be a bit small and sometimes a tad grimy, but the food is so excellent that the surroundings are a non-issue. I'd highly recommend the "Special Spicy Beef Noodle" (a heaping plate for $4.95!) and the "Spicy String Beans." The prices are low, the servings are large, and most importantly, the food is heavenly. I can't get enough of this place!

2
★★★★★

This place cannot be beat when it comes to great tasting food. Sure, the interior may be a bit small and sometimes a tad grimy, but the food is so excellent that the surroundings are a non-issue. I'd highly recommend the "Special Spicy Beef Noodle" (a heaping plate for $4.95!) and the "Spicy String Beans." The prices are low, the servings are large, and most importantly, the food is heavenly. I can't get enough of this place!

Pros: Delicious food, Cheap, Large servings

Cons: Small, sometimes dirty, bad for groups

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Travelers to China will feel at home in (or at least, not detered by!) the linoleum-heavy, somewhat grubby, atmosphere. The down-home style food is the draw. For an ideal introduction you to its delights, try mapo tofu (with meat), potstickers, four seasons green beans, family-style eggplant & stewed Sichuan style beef (on the white board). Delish! Once hooked, some friends & try the "Numbingly Hot" Hotpot (direct translation!), which comes with the mentioned "numbingly hot" broth, as well as a more mild version. Think of it as Chinese fondue: you dip tofu, cabbage, rice noodles & thinly sliced beef & lamb (as well as tripe, if you're inclined) into the broth & then slurp it up. Add some beer to wash down the heat & you'll be in heaven. Oh, and did I mention it's VERY reasonably priced?.

2
★★★★☆

Travelers to China will feel at home in (or at least, not detered by!) the linoleum-heavy, somewhat grubby, atmosphere. The down-home style food is the draw. For an ideal introduction you to its delights, try mapo tofu (with meat), potstickers, four seasons green beans, family-style eggplant & stewed Sichuan style beef (on the white board). Delish! Once hooked, some friends & try the "Numbingly Hot" Hotpot (direct translation!), which comes with the mentioned "numbingly hot" broth, as well as a more mild version. Think of it as Chinese fondue: you dip tofu, cabbage, rice noodles & thinly sliced beef & lamb (as well as tripe, if you're inclined) into the broth & then slurp it up. Add some beer to wash down the heat & you'll be in heaven. Oh, and did I mention it's VERY reasonably priced?.

Pros: delicious, authentic, inexpensive

Cons: a bit grimy, crowded

 

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