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.
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8 reviews | 47 orders
SUPERB!! I haven't had a Chinese meal this good in decades. Brings back my memory of a Sichuan restaurant I used to eat at in the 70s. I recommend everything I ate, Pickled Cabbage, Tofu and Vegetable Soup, Pork Mai Fun and I cannot wait to try more. It is a bit expensive for my limited pockets but certainly worth every penny if you have more to spend. If I had more to spend I'd spend it here. It's definitely worth it!
6 reviews | 81 orders
Their food is great and usually arrives in half the allotted delivery time. We order from here about once a week!
5 reviews | 479 orders
The food is pretty good, especially if you venture from the American fare. The Aui Gzou Chicken is amazing. i also recommend the Spicy Wontons in Red Hot Oil. The egg drop soup has corn in it, which can confused folks, but it is really good. Delivery is quick, work by Broadway and it is usually 20 minutes from order to door. If you like gloppy Chinese takeaway, this place is probably not a match--the food is a few steps up from that. I highly recommend it.
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