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Manhattan: Grand Sichuan

227 Lexington Ave , Phone: 212-679-9770

Reviewed by: Amy from MA (moderator), review #3863

When: 2012

One of the reliable Szechuan places in Manhattan. Lots of choices for those who love spicy hot goodness.

Directions: Between 33 and 34th

Bustling, popular, short on atmosphere and long on flavor. A family favorite when we're craving chili. When they say spicy, they mean it! Tip - order your appetizer then tell the waiter you'll order the rest in a while, or your appetizer will appear with your main dishes.

Favorite dishes include cold noodles with sesame (a chili-laced vinaigrette), lamb with cumin (dry-cooked lamb coated with cumin and chile), braised beef with chile, sauteed diced lotus roots with spicy black bean sauce, ma po tofu.

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