Grand Sichuan Chinese Rstrnts

★★★★★
  • 125 Canal St Ste 1

    New York, NY 10002

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  • 212-625-9212

About Grand Sichuan Chinese Rstrnts

Hours
11:30 am-11 pm

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The worst, overrated, expensive for Chinatown., except for the 2 appetizers we ordered, everything stinks. The 6 dumplings were from frozen packages, not fresh, most items on menu were for show only, most dishes were out, the pork in

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★★★★★

The worst, overrated, expensive for Chinatown., except for the 2 appetizers we ordered, everything stinks. The 6 dumplings were from frozen packages, not fresh, most items on menu were for show only, most dishes were out, the pork in

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Very disappointed. The reviews were so good, I expected better. The lo mein was okay, but the sesame chicken was awful. Bizarre amount of vinegar in the sauce, and the chicken was tough. The place itself was pretty divey, but I could have

3
★★★★★

Very disappointed. The reviews were so good, I expected better. The lo mein was okay, but the sesame chicken was awful. Bizarre amount of vinegar in the sauce, and the chicken was tough. The place itself was pretty divey, but I could have

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You'll find a similar menu (not sure if it's exact) to some of the other Grand Sichuan locations. Either way, the quality of the food is the same, which is excellent. They have the best appetizers, and decent sized portions. And being in Chinatown and the Canal Street area they're able to fit right in with excellent Asian fare.

4
★★★★☆

You'll find a similar menu (not sure if it's exact) to some of the other Grand Sichuan locations. Either way, the quality of the food is the same, which is excellent. They have the best appetizers, and decent sized portions. And being in Chinatown and the Canal Street area they're able to fit right in with excellent Asian fare.

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If you hear people talk about a Grand Sichuan that has the best hotpot in town, this is it (don't get it confused with other restaurants with the same name). I would highly recommended getting the spicy broth-chicken broth combo so that you can cool off your tongue in between. They have an amazing selection of meats, seafood, and vegetables that you can put it. The decor is of the minimalist Chinatown variety, but the waitstaff was really very polite and attentive.

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★★★★★

If you hear people talk about a Grand Sichuan that has the best hotpot in town, this is it (don't get it confused with other restaurants with the same name). I would highly recommended getting the spicy broth-chicken broth combo so that you can cool off your tongue in between. They have an amazing selection of meats, seafood, and vegetables that you can put it. The decor is of the minimalist Chinatown variety, but the waitstaff was really very polite and attentive.

Pros: amazing hotpot

Cons: small and crowded (but typical of many Chinatown restaurants)

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This is just the best in NY city... or any place outside of china... so much better than most of what you get that passes for real chinese...

Loofah, Crispy whole fish and the hotpot - cheep good eats. This is spicy and authentic Sichuan.

We happened upon it and what a happy accident. I could go there any day of the week. I saw a beef dish at the table next to me that I will try next time I get back there.

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★★★★★

This is just the best in NY city... or any place outside of china... so much better than most of what you get that passes for real chinese...

Loofah, Crispy whole fish and the hotpot - cheep good eats. This is spicy and authentic Sichuan.

We happened upon it and what a happy accident. I could go there any day of the week. I saw a beef dish at the table next to me that I will try next time I get back there.

Pros: Spicy,

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Went on a Monday night, not too crowd, got seated quickly. the seating isn't too tight like some other chinese restaurant. Two menus to choose from, regular menu or hotpot menu. Definately get a hotpot menu. It has both english and chinese. they have two broths to choose from, plain or spicy. or you can get both. (a must). there's a good selection of ingredients. all fresh and well prepared. and the service was fast. Eating couldn't be more fun. After dinner, the check came to about $20 a person, which is totally worthy it. Definately going back more often.

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★★★★★

Went on a Monday night, not too crowd, got seated quickly. the seating isn't too tight like some other chinese restaurant. Two menus to choose from, regular menu or hotpot menu. Definately get a hotpot menu. It has both english and chinese. they have two broths to choose from, plain or spicy. or you can get both. (a must). there's a good selection of ingredients. all fresh and well prepared. and the service was fast. Eating couldn't be more fun. After dinner, the check came to about $20 a person, which is totally worthy it. Definately going back more often.

Pros: Very Traditional Sichuan HotPot, Good Selection

Cons: None

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Really, really good stuff! This is the real thing. The tripe and tongue in hot oil is so good, I was able to forget how creepy the ingredients sounded. The wonton in hot oil and the crispy fish and the smoked tea-duck... yummy. The hotpot is great (and cheap) too, but the loofah, yes, what you wash your back with... the baby loofah, is a ttreat - so buttery and naturally sweet - the perfect compliment to the spicy dishes.

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★★★★★

Really, really good stuff! This is the real thing. The tripe and tongue in hot oil is so good, I was able to forget how creepy the ingredients sounded. The wonton in hot oil and the crispy fish and the smoked tea-duck... yummy. The hotpot is great (and cheap) too, but the loofah, yes, what you wash your back with... the baby loofah, is a ttreat - so buttery and naturally sweet - the perfect compliment to the spicy dishes.

Pros: food

Cons: ambiance

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Loved this place. I only got to try the hotpot (huo guo) but it sent me right back to China. The dish had the regional flavor of mala (i dont' know the English) but not too much. After 5 minutes of eating I had the usual feeling of my head flushing from the spices (exactly what I was looking for). Of course if your not into having a fire in your mouth you can also get the regular chicken broth. I would def go back next time I am in New York.

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★★★★★

Loved this place. I only got to try the hotpot (huo guo) but it sent me right back to China. The dish had the regional flavor of mala (i dont' know the English) but not too much. After 5 minutes of eating I had the usual feeling of my head flushing from the spices (exactly what I was looking for). Of course if your not into having a fire in your mouth you can also get the regular chicken broth. I would def go back next time I am in New York.

Pros: Spicy foods, quaint atmosphere

Cons: Chinese service

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Doesn't look like much, but definitely the best Szechuan food I've found in NYC. Every dish I've tried (I'm partial to spicy chicken dishes) was delicious. A bit oily, but that's par for the course with these types of places. I challenge anyone to beat the quality of this chiense food at this price.

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★★★★★

Doesn't look like much, but definitely the best Szechuan food I've found in NYC. Every dish I've tried (I'm partial to spicy chicken dishes) was delicious. A bit oily, but that's par for the course with these types of places. I challenge anyone to beat the quality of this chiense food at this price.

Pros: Delicious and cheap

Cons: Not pretty to look at; sometimes it's tough getting the waiters to notice you're there.

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I got quick takeout here one evening before hopping on the NYC Chinatown to Boston Chinatown bus. I ordered the pork and scallion dumplings (which were amazing) and the cold sichuan noodles (SPICY!!). Next time, I think I'll just get the regular cold noodles...I was very impressed with the quality of the food; I will definitely make a point of going here again. If only they had a location here in Boston!

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★★★★★

I got quick takeout here one evening before hopping on the NYC Chinatown to Boston Chinatown bus. I ordered the pork and scallion dumplings (which were amazing) and the cold sichuan noodles (SPICY!!). Next time, I think I'll just get the regular cold noodles...I was very impressed with the quality of the food; I will definitely make a point of going here again. If only they had a location here in Boston!

Pros: Inexpensive

Cons: Ambience

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This is the finest Szechuan restaurant in NYC or anywhere (so far as I can tell). The food packs a wollop and will surprise you and delight you over and over again. So far as the negative review I do not doubt her experience. Everytime I have gone the restaurant was not crowded at all but the Chinese of Chinatown are not renowned for their service and if the staff were overwhelmed I can imagine all Hell breaking loose. Perhaps go earlier on Friday or Saturday nights, but I imagine it is a rare problem because it is not often crowded.

2
★★★★★

This is the finest Szechuan restaurant in NYC or anywhere (so far as I can tell). The food packs a wollop and will surprise you and delight you over and over again. So far as the negative review I do not doubt her experience. Everytime I have gone the restaurant was not crowded at all but the Chinese of Chinatown are not renowned for their service and if the staff were overwhelmed I can imagine all Hell breaking loose. Perhaps go earlier on Friday or Saturday nights, but I imagine it is a rare problem because it is not often crowded.

Pros: food, cost

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If you love Spicy chinese food, this restaurant is for you. I have tried many dishes, and most of them are extremely delicious. Their fish soup, though not spicy, is rich yet delicate. Their DanDan noodle, wonton in hot sauce, hot and spicy beef... are flawless. Highly recommended.

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★★★★★

If you love Spicy chinese food, this restaurant is for you. I have tried many dishes, and most of them are extremely delicious. Their fish soup, though not spicy, is rich yet delicate. Their DanDan noodle, wonton in hot sauce, hot and spicy beef... are flawless. Highly recommended.

 

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