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19-23 St. Marks Pl., (2 Ave)(212) 529-4800
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Delivery estimate is 25-40 min (more info)
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Delivery estimate is 30 - 45 min (more info)
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Served with rice.
Just like its Grand Sichuan siblings around New York, Grand Sichuan St. Mark’s features authentic Sichuan cuisine. However, the thing that sets this location apart is its dishes in Chong Qing flavor, such as the Authentic Chong Qing Hot Pot. With its spicy peppers and boiling hot soup base, this is not a dish for the faint of heart. But for those adventurous enough to take it on, their reward will be an incredible array of flavors.
Located on Saint Mark’s Place, Grand Sichuan is right in the heart of the East Village and has carved out a niche there with its dependable fare. Grand Sichuan has won over the stomachs of New Yorkers, and it has even been appointed as the main food vendor by the Chinese embassy for meetings at the United Nations. Stop by and experience the great cuisine and reasonable prices yourself!
Sichuan Wonton—With red oil
Braised Sliced Beef—With chili sauce
Chong Qing Dry & Spicy Chicken
Sliced Fish—With spicy sauce soup
Sliced Pork—With home special sauce
Broccoli—With garlic sauce
Not in our delivery zone? Please visit our other Grand Sichuan locations around Manhattan:
Grand Sichuan (Jersey City)
342 GROVE ST
We waited for our food for two hours. When we tried to call them they would put us on hold indefinitely. We will NEVER order from here again!
Posted a year ago by shelagh h.
Pork soup dumplings are on point. Make sure to eat em while they're hot and don't save for later, otherwise the soup will get soaked up and you'll have wasted the goodness. Vegetable fried rice super fresh every time. Keep it simple.
Posted a year ago by Jillian K.
Amazing food and super courteous staff. A+
Posted 2 years ago by Amy G.
Besides taking over 90min to deliver my food (it was a rainy night so I am sure they were super busy), it arrived hot and w the correct order. The soup dumplings were impressive for delivery and the beef & broccoli was surprisingly not-greasy and a very large portion (more than enough to feed 2 people). I will order again.
Posted 2 years ago by Ben S.
What happened? What was an outstanding authentic Chinese restaurant has turned into "oil city", everything drenched in oil, and the meat fatty....what used to be done with care and attention has gone down. At least I have HOT KITCHEN to reply on.
Posted 2 years ago by William E.
Pretty good Chinese food that doesn't taste like a cheap take out joint. Get the cool cucumber salad and scallion pancakes!
Posted 2 years ago by Stephen C.
Best Chinese I've ever had! Very spicy! Dinners are large enough for two if you aren't extremely hungry.
Posted 2 years ago by steve g.
Quick service and quality food - definitely would come back here again (and have!)
Posted 2 years ago by Rob L.
Good basic Chinese food. I have only ordered these dishes from Grand Sichuan...Lo mien, fried rice, General Tso, Dan Dan noodles, scallion pancakes, etc. They do these dishes well and the delivery time is always fast. Definitely not as good as Han Dynasty but they don't use Seamless!
Posted 2 years ago by Cathy G.
It used to be great and now it is inedible. What happened?
Posted 2 years ago by craig m.
Best/only soup dumpling spot in the neighborhood. Delivery is reliable. Spicy Gui Zhou chicken is amazing. Braised Beef soup is great but really heavy on oil...
Posted 2 years ago by Alex H.
Posted 2 years ago by Marina S.
Restaurant did not confirm order or approximate time of delivery. Sent white, not brown rice. Food was pretty much as expected. Question for seamless: How does one complain or get satisfaction for miss-sent items.
Posted 2 years ago by charles d.
delivery guys have bad attitute
Posted 2 years ago by Dennis A.
Fried rice was good. General Tso's chicken was too heavily breaded - barely any chicken, and I paid extra for white meat. Usually better. Quick delivery.
Posted 2 years ago by Kelly M.
Best Chinese food in the neighborhood. Ignore the other reviews from idiots who love California rolls.
Posted 2 years ago by Kevin c.
Order arrived in about 30 minutes and was hot and fresh.
Excellent Cold noodles, Sesame chicken, and Cumin lamb.
All on the spicy side the way I like it. My wife especially liked the fact that the chicken was chunks of white meat. This is one of my downtown favorites, and will be ordering again soon.
Posted 2 years ago by Bruce W.
Not bad. Beef fried rice wasn't my favorite though.
Posted 2 years ago by Victor H.
I usually get the dan fan noodles and really enjoy them, however everything else has been extremely disappointing.
Posted 2 years ago by Michelle B.
Decent food but extremely rude delivery. Dropped the bag of food on the floor and walked off. Talk about customer service.
Posted 2 years ago by Charles R.
Food is always good if you order the right stuff (order the sichuan stuff mostly) and delivery is always quick. They always give large quantities of food and no complaints here except the soy sauce spilling in the soup dumplings during delivery. No this is not gourmet, but the food is perfectly good for a quick sichuan delivery in the area.
Posted 2 years ago by Amy Y.
Don't know why this place gets so much hate and bad reviews. Lightening fast delivery (10-15 minutes sometimes) and probably my favorite Chinese food in the east village. Amazing fried rice and sesame chicken.
Posted 2 years ago by Yacine M.
It used to be great. The Gui Zhou Chicken used to be crispy, spicy and dry sauteed. Now it is sweet, soggy, and drowned in some syrupy sauce. Bamboo shoots used to be fresh, now they are the overly soft canned variety.
Posted 2 years ago by Paul L.
Only place I've found for order-in smoked tea duck - it's heavy but pretty fantastic for a quick Chinese fix. It may or may not be at all authentic but I've found it's a lot less Americanized than most places that will deliver.
Posted 2 years ago by Aaron G.
Ma-Po tofu or that crazy spicy chicken dish I can't remember how to spell. The food from this place makes my stomach make funny noises for the rest of the day. I think it's worth it, so I keep ordering from here. Service is horrendous.
Posted 2 years ago by Henrietta Y.
Fallen way off.
Posted 2 years ago by Lauren A.
Super inconsistent. Sometimes good, sometimes horrible. Tonight it took an hour, was inedible and food leaking everywhere. And if you need chopsticks or want mustard, ask because they don't send it.
Posted 2 years ago by Adam L.
Bland, tasteless Chinese food. With hundreds of options, I wouldn't order from them again.
Posted 2 years ago by David S.
The food is ok but the delivery man cussed me out after calling me multiple times. He wanted me to come down to get my food from the door but all he said was "Coming down!"
Posted 3 years ago by Alex B.
They are usually pretty good. But I just got an order where they had obviously used expired chicken (tasted disgusting and had a yellow tinge) which I immediately spit out. They also didn't put the sauce on the order?? I've ordered the same thing (sesame chicken) from them several times in the past and it was always good. Today (08/2013), it was terrible. It will be hard for me to order from them in the future.
Posted 3 years ago by Jason O.
Spoiled chicken. Could have killed someone. Enough said.
Posted 3 years ago by tim g.
I gave this place 5 stars just like 2 days ago. However despite me putting a note to call my cell if the buzzer went unanswered since it doesn't often work, the delivery driver cursed at me and told me not to order again since he was ringing the buzzer several times. I will not be ordering from here again. A-holes.
Posted 3 years ago by Shannon S.
Disappointing the past two times I've ordered. Won't be ordering from them again. Chicken tasted old & was overcooked.
Posted 3 years ago by Lisa G.
We thought this is the same restaurant, Grand Sichun, in Chelsea. Apparently not. Food is a bit too salty but not too greasy. Delivered fast. Might order from it time to time when we have curving for some spicy Chinese.
Posted 3 years ago by Josephine J.
Food was hot and tasty, no complaints there. But I will never order from them again. The delivery man was abusive - I guess he couldn't figure out how to use my building buzz system and started attacked me the moment I opened my door, once he got in. My roommate and I use seamless all the time, and get plenty of other deliveries, and have never had a problem. He told me he had no way of getting into the building - well, as a delivery guy would likely know, all he had to do was look up the last name on the system and buzz the apt, wow very difficult!! My name and apartment number were listed.. there is no other method or buzz number to know. He was yelling at my in the hallway, and I'm not going to let anybody speak to me that way - whoever they may be. Sorry Grand Sichuan - you should probably hire delivery people who know how to use a basic building buzzer system in Sty Town! Or at the least, be polite! I regretfully still tipped him $5!
Posted 3 years ago by Sarah F.
A little pricey for the food you get
Posted 3 years ago by Allison P.
Ordered a small lo mein and a general tso's chicken. Lo mein was alright, but it was seriously the worst General Tso's chicken i've ever had in my life. I would've been better off making it myself with Trader Joe's frozen DIY orange chicken. It also took over an hour to get here, and I live literally three blocks away.
Posted 3 years ago by Jessica S.
good soup dumplings, beef with broccoli could be better
Posted 3 years ago by Nolan F.
Just Horrible!!!! Can't get the bad taste out of my mouth.
Posted 3 years ago by Max H.
good good, affordable prices, can't go wrong with chinese
Posted 3 years ago by Adam L.
Ok Chinese food. The staff leave much to be desired.
Posted 3 years ago by Keith W.
Very good, on time.
Posted 3 years ago by Matt S.
Received food in timely fashion. DO NOT order cashew chicken unless you like mushy extra tender meat. This was so repulsive I had to throw it out.
Posted 3 years ago by russell h.
Their soup dumplings are delicious, but expect at least one to break open during delivery. The General Tso Chicken is unlike many I've had, but very tasty and with a variety of vegetables. It's my go-to Chinese lunch special.
Posted 3 years ago by Tim B.
This place is horrible. I ordered a simple soup and a salad and I got so sick. Suffice to say I will never order from here again.
Posted 3 years ago by Mustafa S.
Pretty good general Tso chicken!
Posted 3 years ago by Jessica H.
The food was cold when it got here and above all, didn't taste fresh. Will never order from this place again.
Posted 3 years ago by PETER Z.
So so chinese food.
Posted 3 years ago by christopher d.
The delivery was almost an hour late. We kept calling the restaurant to get the latest ETA. The first time, the man who picked up said 10 minutes longer. Then, 30 minutes LATER, we called again, and he said 5 minutes. Finally, 14 minutes later, we received our food. Unacceptable.
Posted 3 years ago by Jose A.
for the 2nd time, the delivery guy arrived after 1h20, refused to come upstairs and was very rude....
bad service !!!!
Posted 3 years ago by matthieu l.
This place is fast and delicious! I've had, both, their lo mein and general tsao's chicken, and it was all very good. I didn't give 5 stars because the corn egg drop soup didn't really have any corn in it, but for egg drop soup it was really good!
Posted 3 years ago by Ilana B.
Fast and delicious. I order it at least once a week!
Posted 3 years ago by Melissa S.
Food was bad, it came late, and my order was incomplete.
Posted 4 years ago by Sascha R.
the hot and sour soup was really delicious! broccoli beef was good but definitely not the best and the shrimp fried rice was sub par. but the delivery was prompt even in pouring rain :)
Posted 4 years ago by stephanie H.
Love this place. Best Chinese in NY as far as I'm concerned. Standout items are the Shanghai-style soup dumplings and the cumin lamb.
Posted 4 years ago by Zachary S.
I love this place because it is one of the only places downtown for real Sichuan food. Do not order from here if you don't understand what real Sichuan chinese food is. It is very spicy, sour, oily, and salty. Most of the dishes are all those combined. The Sichuan food you get at your local takeout place is a bastardized version and tastes nothing like the real thing. I hope they don't change or else I'll have to trek to Midtown to get the real deal. I only gave this place 4 stars bc it isn't always consistent with some of their more signature dishes like Hot Oil Beef. Sometimes, they dredge the beef slices in too much flour and then wok it up. The real way to make the dish doesn't use flour.
Posted 4 years ago by Karen C.
I ordered red cooking ribs with chestnuts but I got red cooking pork.
Posted 4 years ago by Zhenlan F.
This place is good. I was worried about it after reading multiple bad reviews. A co-worker who is Chinese, recommended this one and I was perfectly satisfied with my dishes. I got the pork dumplings which were very tasty and not too doughy like some places. They had a thicker soy sauce that came with them that I found interesting. Had almost a vinegar-y taste to it which I liked. I also got the Hunan Lunch Special with Beef. I had never had Hunan Beef before, so I wasn't sure what to expect. There were lots of peices of hot peppers and it was spicy. It had diced onions and what I think was long stalks of cilantro. The beef tasted like most decent chinese places. The Vegetable Roll that came with the special was good and had more veggies in it than most spring rolls.
All in all, it was very good. It's not the best I've ever had, but certainly better than most of the usual delivery places.
Posted 4 years ago by Emily R.
Horrible, horrible, horrible! I ordered a Kung Pao chicken and it tasted like some someone dumped half a bottle of dish detergent into the food. I never want to order here ever again.
Posted 4 years ago by Linda V.
These folks have some of the best Chong Qing Dry & Spicy Chicken in town.
Posted 4 years ago by Rashaun S.
really, really bad. fast delivery, but the food was just not good... at all... like, the worst food I have ever seen in the untied states. makes gas-station hot dogs look like fine dining
Posted 4 years ago by William C.
The best EV Chinese place. They don't always give you fortune cookies, though :(
Posted 4 years ago by Julia A.
Hot and Sour Soup was wildly salty. Yowza!
Posted 4 years ago by Kelly C.
Good, a bit pricey
Posted 4 years ago by Dinyar M.
swimming in grease (more oil than sauce) and inedible. i called the restaurant and the manager offered to send a fresh one. it never showed up. after waiting over an hour for a replacement, i told them to forget it. the next time i think of ordering from there, i'll just throw my money in the garbage and save a few steps.
Posted 4 years ago by maura s.
Spicy Empress Chicken is great. A little light on the chicken; but, very spicy and fantastic flavor. Great dish.
Posted 4 years ago by Paul R.
Rice was awesome meat was just ok
Posted 4 years ago by Glenn P.
slow, tasteless, and I dont think their beef is real beef... STAY AWAY
Posted 4 years ago by jon B.
This is as grotesque a meal as I've ever had. I assure you I'm not a picky eater, and one of my favorite cuisines is Americanized greasy delivery Chinese food. That being said, i ordered the king bao chicken and I'm quite certain that they dumped a cup of dishwasher fluid on the meal before they delivered it. It tasted the same way my mouth did after I cursed in front of my mother when I was 9, like palmolive. I can honestly say that its the single worst tasting meal I've consumed in my life. 1 bite and the entire entree was in my garbage, I beg of you all, don't make the mistake that I did. Order from somewhere else, you'll see.
Posted 4 years ago by Ryan F.
Really bad, threw most of it out. Tiny cardboard vegetable roll with no flavor. Hot & sour soup was the worst, odd smell/flavor, hard to describe. Very oily and almost like there was soy sauce in it. Noodles were also oily and flavorless but much at least edible.
Posted 4 years ago by Jill R.
Great food. Really spicy.
Posted 4 years ago by Jing G.
Food was good, but delivery time is inconsistent to what was written on the confirmation.
Posted 4 years ago by Yanbo W.
Some of the dishes are fantastic, especially the gui zhou chicken. Five stars for sichuan food (really good), two stars for the other menu items (not good). STICK TO THE SICHUAN.
Posted 4 years ago by Matthew E.
Favorite szechuan restaurant in the city hands down! Pretty reliable delivery times, and food is always hot and fresh. Definitely go for the dan dan noodles, and the dry sauteed string beans, they're awesome!
Posted 4 years ago by Sarah B.
Good food. Quick delivery.
Posted 5 years ago by Virginia M.
Great food, but unreliable. Our order took more than 90 minutes to arrive, despite a delivery estimate of 30-45 minutes. When we called repeatedly, they continued to say that the delivery person was in our building, and they even hung up on us - twice. Not surprisingly, the food arrived cold. Not a good way to run a business!
Posted 5 years ago by Carrie-Ann B.
Green peppers with chicken ftw. This is normally my go to Chinese place on here. All the American Chinese is relatively safe, but venture to the bottom part of the menu for something better and more authentic. I'd avoid the lamb though, not so good and couldn't tell it wasn't beef.
Posted 5 years ago by Jeremy Y.
pretty darn good
Posted 5 years ago by Paul R.
This is definitely not classic Sichuan food...the spicy is just oily and too salty. Plus, they left out items in my order, the delivery guy was on the phone when delivering the food. Food, fail. Service, double fail.
Posted 5 years ago by Oi Yin L.
Really just okay... the Vegetable Rolls are awful, very small and way over priced at $2.25 (as an add on they are listed at $2.00, but are charged at $2.25). The Chicken & Broccoli was good, but a bit heavy on the sauce. Sesame Chicken... okay. I am always bummed when Chinese food comes with the wrong amount of fortune cookies. How can you send one cookie with two entrees?
Posted 5 years ago by David L.
Bate and Switch
I ordered one thing, they called and said they didnt have it, I asked for the charge to be removed, they said they could not do it but would replace it with a more expensive item, like they were doing me a real favor. I couldnt do anything about it as I was in a rush. The cucumbers in green slime sauce arrived, about a 1/4 portion, which turned out to be fine because it was inedible. Feel like I got scammed but $3 didnt seem worth dealing with my credit card company. Lesson learned.
Posted 5 years ago by Sean L.
Quick delivery in relation to where we live - SOHO. Generous portions in relation to $$. Food is a bit greasy/oily. I would order from here again.
Posted 5 years ago by jake h.
Yummy and pretty authentic
Posted 5 years ago by shiqi c.
Good lunch specials and quick delivery. Solid Chinese place.
Posted 5 years ago by Jason K.
flavor is different when you order take-out
Posted 5 years ago by Jiamian Y.
Great tasting and generous portion sizes. Will definitely order from here again.
Posted 5 years ago by Shannon G.
The Braised Sliced Beef with Chili Sauce was quite good - a bit oily, but incredibly spicy. While the vegetable roll was a bit limp and lacking, overall this was a decent and filling meal. The portions are fantastic (one order of the beef was plenty to share between two-three people). I would definitely consider ordering from here again when I want to incinerate my mouth.
Posted 5 years ago by Stephen B.
Delivery is not fast or slow - probably about avg, but the food is great and that is what keeps me coming back to this place. I love the lunch specials.
Posted 5 years ago by Alexandra H.
Best chinese in the area. The double cooked pork is especially good, as are the vegetable dishes. A little on the pricey side for chinese food, but worth it!
Posted 5 years ago by Ariele S.
I love Grand Sichuan - by far the best delivery Chinese in the East Village. Their portions are always generous and you can't go wrong if you order from the "authentic sichuanese" parts of the menu. Delivery favorites are the cucumbers, the beef tendon and the chicken and loofah soup.
Posted 5 years ago by Zoe Y.
Had the sesame chicken and really liked it. Portion was a good size - enough for two servings (at least for me), pick up only took about 10 minutes on a busy Saturday night there.
Posted 5 years ago by Sarah N.
I consider this to be some of the best Chinese food outside of Chinatown. Unique menu with many authentic dishes.
Posted 5 years ago by Adrian P.
Food was good. Delivery was pretty slow. Guess Friday night is too busy.
Posted 5 years ago by Charles G.
Fast, delicious, and saved us from going out on a cold night. Thanks so much.
Posted 5 years ago by Jeffrey S.
Great vegetables, very spicy ma pao tofu, long delivery time on weekends
Posted 5 years ago by Lei S.
Great quality and quantity...and always fast delivery! If you can, order the lunch special, it is so much food for cheap!
Posted 5 years ago by Emily B.
Great traditional Chinese food. The soup dumplings will blow your mind. Most of the things on the menu are not for the faint of heart, but that's what I love most about it.
Posted 5 years ago by Corey D.
Food is good, and authentic (speaking as a native of the Szechaun region in China), but definitely a bit pricey for the amount of food you get compared to some of the places in Chinatown.
Posted 5 years ago by Leo H.
I was in the mood for some real deal, down and dirty Chinese food, and this place did the trick. The soup dumplings are addictive. Only complaint was that it took close to an hour for delivery.
Posted 5 years ago by LAN D.
Great stuff. Stay away from the "American Chinese" dishes and stick to the Sichuan specialties. Red Cooked Pork is always great, and the spicy chicken delivers the goods. Tea-Smoked duck was a bit of a letdown (a little too greasy) but otherwise they've always been very solid.
Posted 5 years ago by Seth G.
i am american but used to live in beijing china. this place has some real authentic sichuan food, unlike most the crap in this city. I don't know any place in new york to get this type of food outside of some places in flushing queens.
Posted 5 years ago by HMS S.
THE GUY WHO DELIVERED THIS WAS CRAZY! He started yelling at me for not having my apartment number in the delivery address. He literally started YELLING at me in the lobby of my business causing a total scene. I've never had anyone talk to me like that
Posted 5 years ago by Orly C.
sesame shrimp rocked it!
Posted 5 years ago by Randi R.
Food tasted alright but arrived at room temperature. Not even warm. Cold rice-- yum! Soggy scallion pancakes-- yum! I guess that's why they have cold things on the menu.
Posted 5 years ago by Alex S.
yuck - soup dumplings weren't edible & the vegetable roll for $2.25 was miniscule & tasted like cardboard
Posted 5 years ago by jesse s.
There are cheaper places for Chinese, but none in the area taste this good!
Posted 5 years ago by william p.
Meat was very low quality and noodles were overly greasy
Posted 5 years ago by Roderick R.
The deliver guy refused to walk up to my third floor apartment.
Posted 5 years ago by alex Y.
terrible food, terrible customer service. Got my very simple delivery order wrong 3 times, i finally gave up and asked for my money back, which they refused to do without making me wait another 40 minutes for them to "pick it up" to prove i didnt eat it. Seriously? I had to leave for work and couldn't wait for them to pick up their crappy cold food. DO NOT ORDER from these people. Unfortunately, the lived up to every negative sterotype in the chinese restaurant book,
Posted 5 years ago by Allyson R.
Quick delivery time. Great Lo Mein. The Gui Zhou Spicy Chicken is tasty and VERY spicy.
Posted 5 years ago by Jason A.
The Braised Spiced Beef in Chili Sauce is BLOW YOUR FACE OFF spicy for those of you looking for a dish to send you into a feverish haze. I scour seamlessweb for spicy Asian food, and If you are like me, you won't be disappointed. Don't rub your eyes after eating this.
Posted 5 years ago by Ryan A.
ted cooked ribs with chestnuts was inedible - we threw it iut.
Posted 5 years ago by Diane V.
If it were possible to give 0 stars I would. Sesame chicken is floating in teriyaki sauce and the food is terrible.
Posted 5 years ago by Dana S.
terrible, had some sort of very strong giner in the kung pao chicken that dominated the flavor and ruined the whole meal
Posted 5 years ago by Shawn M.
BEST LO MEIN IN THE CITY!
Posted 6 years ago by Ariel K.
Good soup dumplings
Posted 6 years ago by David L.
Not recommended. The orange beef was soggy and gelatinous, and the cold noodles were an unpleasant experience.
Posted 6 years ago by Gerald M.
Food is hit or miss. Definitely depends what you order.
Posted 6 years ago by Ramez K.
Posted 6 years ago by adam r.
Okay and just regular, in a pinch Chinese food. Found Pump Dumplings to be much better and inexpensive.
Posted 6 years ago by Alexis B.
This is one of the best Chinese places in the city. Very authentic!
Posted 6 years ago by Carmine T.
Ordered today(4/2), probably about some of the worst chinese food we've had in a while, felt compelled to write a review. Ordered sesame chicken and beef & broccoli, with scallion pancackes. The chicken just tasted ok, the beef had a funny taste to us and neither of us wanted to eat it. Every place we have ordered scallion pancakes from comes with sauce, none came with this order. No chop sticks were included and only one fortune cookie. Epic fail.
Posted 6 years ago by Tara M.
tasty but i wonder iif the food is MSG-free.
Posted 6 years ago by scott T.
This place is not your typical American Chinese restaurant. If you're looking for General Tso's Chicken or Sweet and Sour Pork, look elsewhere. It either won't be what you expect, or will be what almost seems to be deliberately horrible. I suspect the kitchen hates it when people order that, but they're great at everything else so I won't hold it against them.
If you're looking for a place that does American Sichuan dishes better than most in Manhattan, you've come to the right place. I highly recommend any of their dishes with Black Bean sauce, the Kung Bao, and essentially anything on the menu that you haven't heard of before or involving the word Sichuan. The delivery here is very fast during the day, but can take some extra time at night, which is the only reason I give this place four stars.
Posted 6 years ago by Ryan B.
Lo Mein and vegetable roll were delicious! Hot and Sour soup was very good, not watered down at all. Sesame chicken was decent, not the best ive had but definitely not the worst. I would definitely order from here again.
Posted 6 years ago by Nina C.
Wonton soup was water. Chow fun was tasteless (and not fun!)
Posted 6 years ago by Audrey L.
I love sichuan style chinese and their Mapotofu is the best!
Posted 6 years ago by saya h.
They put LETTUCE in my general Tso and it ruined everything. It was gross.
Posted 6 years ago by Katie O.
Posted 6 years ago by Mike H.
The food was ok but my tummy was not.
Posted 7 years ago by Lucy W.
This food was TERRIBLE. I should have listened to the previous reviewers- like many others, I waited for over an hour (estimated time was 15-30 min) and received greasy, flavorless noodles and weak, pathetic dumplings. I threw most of it away, which is very rare for me.
Posted 7 years ago by kate m.
Food's always good but BEWARE on time. Estimate said 30-45 minutes. We've been waiting for 1 hour, 25 minutes. Have called twice and people there wouldn't tell us anything other than we'd have to wait. Just called again to cancel and they hung up after telling us we needed to wait.
Posted 7 years ago by Sean S.
The food here is not terrable but far from good. We had to wait over an hour to get our food, and when it came it was cold and they had left the lid ajar on my food causing it to spill out all over the bag. Do not bother to get their veggie rolls either they charge you 2 bucks for them and they are smaller than your pinkey. Def do not thin I will be ordering from here again.
Posted 7 years ago by Laura C.
Overcharged me for "all white meat"... got mixed meat. Also, gave me white rice instead of Brown. Overall, the food was mediocre, I ordered the sesame chicken, and there was barely any sesame on the chicken. The other ordered entree was also not so good. It took 45 minutes to get slightly below average food, and not even the right food. I would advise you to check out other restaurant.
Posted 7 years ago by Lloyd D.
The General Tso's Chicken was soggy and wasn't flavorful. The Shrimp Lo Mein completely lacked flavor. I was really disappointed.
Posted 7 years ago by Kim H.
Best Chinese in the neighborhood, by far. The Gui Zhou Spicy Chicken is amazing, as are the crab-and-shrimp soup dumplings.
Posted 7 years ago by Susan C.
great spicy food
Posted 7 years ago by Eric P.
Took 3 times as long as it was promised to have my order delivered. When I received it, the contents of each item was spilled into the bag. Absolute mess!
Posted 7 years ago by Andrea K.
Took almost an hour and they sent white rice. Why provide the brown rice option if it won't be honored? It was only one meal and one rice - really steams my pot to have something that simple screwed up.
Posted 7 years ago by Katherine L.
I recently relocated from the Midtown East area down to the East Village. One of the few things I miss is a decent Chinese restaurant. My old neighborhood had nothing but decent Chinese restaurant. I was hoping my order from this place was going to be decent, given the fact that there is another Grand Sichuan, where I used to live. The only decent thing on this menu was their free soda that came along with it's lunch. I ordered the General's Tao Chicken. First of all the chicken dish they gave me was a "WATERY SOUP." When I opened it up, I swear, 90% of the dish was diluted with water. Their pork lo mein was nothing but GREASE. I was better off riding a taxi back to my old neighborhood for some decent Chinese food.
Posted 7 years ago by Vivianne Y.
Posted 7 years ago by Jeff J.
Timely delivery and good food. My only annoyance was that the delivery person spoke poor/heavily-accented English so communication was difficult. But definitely worth it.
Posted 7 years ago by Sean M.
Timely service, and delicious food, with classic options as well as more daring alternatives.
Posted 7 years ago by Dan F.
Absolutely the best Chinese in downtown Manhattan. Dan Dan noodles, Ghou Zhou chicken, pork soup dumplings(eat in only - they explode during delivery). Very good!
Posted 7 years ago by Mathew S.
Some of the best Sichuan food in Manhattan
Posted 8 years ago by David F.
mediocre chinese food. overspiced to mask the bland food.
Posted 8 years ago by Phi T.
Quite good Sichuan food, interesting menu.
Posted 8 years ago by Matthew K.
Make sure to add 15-30 minutes to the delivery time for this restaurant.
Posted 8 years ago by Alex Y.
So good. It's not for the meek. This food is POW in your face spicy and flavorful. I love the cold appetizers, like the Dan-Dan noodle and the spicy beef tendon, the tea smoked duck is heaven! Avoid the Chinese-American side of the menu and go for the authentic stuff.
Posted 8 years ago by Pamela Y.
best chinese food i've had IN MY LIFE.
gui zhao spicy chicken is awesome if you like spicy food, and the pork soup dumplngs are like crack. (in a good way).
Posted 8 years ago by Marc L.
thought it was great. seems as authentic as i know, pretty cheap, but tasty
Posted 8 years ago by Luke H.
Great, speedy delivery
Posted 8 years ago by Grace L.
Great authentic cooking. Better than even some places in Chinatown.
Posted 9 years ago by Alexander C.
horrible customer service and inconsistent delivery
Posted 9 years ago by Peter M.
Pretty classic American-style Chinese. Not too good; not too bad.
Posted 9 years ago by Bradley D.
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