We ordered out for lunch for a friend’s birthday. The food was delicious. Make sure to try the salt and pepper shrimp and the cold sesame noodles. The steamed dumplings were good but the dough was a little thick.
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Went there after reading reviews. The restaurant was empty when I arrived and there was one person serving. I ordered some dumplings. Looks like they are made in house, but the dough was too thick in my opinion. The taste was fine. The restaurant redeemed...More
Discovered this place recently and have been back several times. Its authentic Szechuan cuisine! Love the spicy and not so usual Chinese dishes. Must try are the DanDan noodles, scallion style dishes, dry pepper style (you can choose the meat - if you're daring, try...More
I love the food here. Everything is full of flavor and spices. The Taiwanese Sausage appetizer with slices of fresh garlic is so delicious. I am truly baffled why the restaurant is not more jam packed. If you like good Chinese food, you will like...More
I've been here a few times. I have not been disappointed in any of the food that I have tried here. Definitely go if you like good, authentic Chinese food.
Hot pots is what this place specializes in. It's a cauldron of liquid with your choice of meats in different levels of spiciness to lip numbing, forehead sweating hot!! This is some of the tastiest Chinese food you can expect to have anywhere and for...More
We have eaten here for dinner several times and the food is really good if you like spicy and authentic szechuan cuisine. However, the last time we went there we had to wait for about half an hour even though their seating staff said it...More
Came here for lunch on the way to philly. The food here was authentic Szechuan . Got Kung pao chicken which was $7.95 and included a bowl of white rice . There was enough food to share . Taste was great will definitely come back...More