This is a great place for authentic and tasty food, but be warned: the names and what you get don't always match up. First time there I ordered a noodle dish and it came made with a different kind of noodle than claimed (regular vs chow fun-style), and my most recent order I got the "Crispy Squid Tentacles", which is actually the rings. Disappointing, as I wanted the tentacles, but it was still pretty good, though painfully underseasoned. I had to add my own salt and some sauce to get it to its full potential. The texture was perfect, not over or undercooked at all. The "Wok Classic" section is my go-to, all sorts of tasty things there. I've heard people say it runs on the salty side, but I like it. I love the salt and pepper chicken. (There's another chicken dish I loved and got a long time ago, but can't for the life of me remember which one it is. I'll update this review when I find out.) The staff is a bit uncaring and I can't say I feel the eating area is pristine, but you can always order takeout.
Awesome food! Beef noodle soup with homemade noodles was my favorite. Also had Kung pao chicken, crispy spring rolls and vegetable stir fry. Plenty of flavor and fresh veg. We’ll definitely be back!
Absolute gem of a restaurant I wish more people knew about. Hands down best Szechaun I have ever had in the states. You can support them by ordering takeout on Doordash during the pandemic! I loved the Mapo Tofu (ask for it with pork to have it the traditional way) because of the delicious signature chili oil szechuan is known for. Sizzling Squid and Cumin Lamb are other recommendations. For appetizers I would recommend the skewers, whether it's barbeque pork or something like gizzards or lamb.
Food was good, but the restaurant was very dirty. Floors felt covered in grease when walked on, and I almost slipped. Women's restroom was dirty and garbage hadn't been emptied in a while. If they did a deep cleaning I would recommend them, but until then you may feel better going somewhere else.
Such delicious food! Very authentic Chinese. We had the fried tofu and it was great, served with a flavorful slightly spicy sauce and cumin. This was just the appetizer! We had the Chigong chicken and the Shrimp dry pot. Both dishes were incredible. Spicy and delicious!
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