Grand Sichuan International

Chinese Restaurant$$$$
Chelsea, New York
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  • Sandra R.
    Sandra RubinchikDecember 23, 2014
    Come with a big group and share everything: soup dumplings, Dan Dan noodles, crispy orange beef, and deep dark secrets.
    Upvoted Sep 23
  • James
    JamesOctober 7, 2012
    Get the Aui Zhou Spicy Chicken spicy and crispy from the "fresh chicken" menu (C6). Best thing I've eaten at a Chinese restaurant in years, if not ever. Pork scallion dumplings are a great choice too.
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupMay 27, 2011
    Unassuming Sichuan restaurant that is an awesome place for groups to share family style eating – and they serve some of the BEST soup dumplings in the city.
  • BLOUIN ARTINFO
    BLOUIN ARTINFOOctober 2, 2012
    Get away from the gallery crowd at this unpretentious Chinese restaurant known for their soup dumplings and extensive menu of both authentic Sichuan and Americanized chinese dishes. Read more
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousFebruary 11, 2015
    Skip the obviously Americanized offerings and head straight for strips of double-cooked pork sautéed with salty bean paste and the bizarre and wonderful sour string beans with minced pork. Read more
  • Ana Marie 💃
    Ana Marie 💃March 17, 2015
    This is my neighborhhood, no frills, Chinese delivery/takeout of choice. Soup dumplings, dumplings in chili oil, wonton soup, salt and pepper shrimp...all good choices.
  • John A.
    John AntosMay 31, 2015
    Good value for spicy Chinese food. Recommend: fish fillets in chili sauce, Chinese broccoli & fresh garlic, and clams with black bean sauce. Get something cold to drink.
  • Jin M.
    Jin MoonJune 5
    Lunch here is under 10 dollars that includes soup or salad, rice or noodles, and main entree. It is really good and does not include any aftertaste.
  • Matt R.
    Matt R.June 16, 2011
    Food's very good. Service is abysmal, though. Know that going in. Up to you to decide if you want to take your business to any number of other quality and respectable Chinese places in the city.
  • Sermad
    SermadSeptember 26, 2012
    They start closing around 10.30 and you will have five pairs of eyes like daggers on you as they try to make you leave. Great food just watch out for this.
  • Charles R.
    Charles RogersMarch 30, 2014
    I would order these again: Salt and pepper shrimp, dry-fried green beans with pork, Aui Zhou chicken.
  • John-Eric A.
    John-Eric AguilarJuly 28, 2013
    Also, there is a $7 minimum per person. I've never heard of that before! You should easily meet that but if you're planning on splitting you may not. the waitresses also rush you.
  • Di W.
    Di WuJuly 24, 2010
    Musts: string bean with minced pork, soup dumplings as echoed below, whole braised fish with hot bean sauce (doh ban yu). Just OK: double cooked pork belly, mapo tofu (too oily). Saw drew barrymore a
  • Tracy C.
    perfect for later lunch/early dinner. The pickled cabbage appetizer, sichuan noodles, potatoes in vinegar and family style bean curd all rock!
  • The Daily Meal
    The Daily MealFebruary 22, 2011
    If you can't take the heat, best take the taste buds elsewhere. If you can, the Chong Qing Chicken is about as spicy and authentic as Sichuan cuisine gets. Read more
  •  Jonathan L.
     Jonathan Libov December 13, 2014
    Excellent soup dumplings. And the recommendations for the Au Zhou Chicken are spot on, it's great
  • Nick B.
    Nick BourneJanuary 23, 2014
    Incredible Chinese food especially the soup dumplings. Service on the other hand is horrendous but it's worth it because of the quality of food.
  • Bryant B.
    Bryant Balatbat3 weeks ago
    Been here 10+ times
    Best dan dan noodles in the city. Soup dumplings are okay. Don't forget to order the Ai Zhou spicy chicken.
  • Albert T.
    Albert TongOctober 29, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    It's all about The Aui Zhou Chicken. Soup dumplings are good as is the spicy salt squid.
  • maryandmac
    maryandmacMarch 4, 2011
    Very good food. Try the eggplant with green peppers. Be prepared to wait at least 20 minutes for a table, but well worth it.
  • Lisa E.
    Lisa EOctober 20, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Everyone comes for the soup dumplings, but if you like a little heat, try the dumplings in red oil. Spicy little dollops of perfection.
  • Sandro P.
    Sandro PuglieseMay 13, 2010
    One of the very few Chinese restos that I eat at. Soup dumplings are awesome, traditional sesame/tso chicken is great along with the slew of Sichuan dishes
  • Anna C.
    Anna CNovember 6, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    My new spot for crab&pork soup dumplings!!! General tsos shrimp is pretty delish too!
  • Michael J.
    Michael JaccarinoJanuary 12, 2014
    Authentic food, extremely large portions, reasonable price, and helpful staff are all reasons we keep coming back.
  • Casey F.
    Casey FeehanNovember 26, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Amazing pork soup dumplings and awesome fortune cookie fortunes.
  • emily c.
    emily chenJuly 9, 2013
    the soup dumplings (and rest of menu) here are better than joe shanghai's. just sayin'.
  • Cely C.
    Cely CarmoJune 3, 2012
    Chicken with lotus roots is excellent. Try a cold Chinese draft beer, Tsingtao.
  • Sapana K.
    Sapana KulkarniDecember 3, 2012
    The pork soup dumplings are amazing and way tastier than Joe's. Get it.
  • Fr. John Z.
    Fr. John ZuhlsdorfOctober 31, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    As usual, great food, good prices, with service that veers between surly and uninterested.
  • steve m.
    steve medinaMay 12, 2010
    Go to Grand Sichuan and start with soup dumplings then move to the roast duck. They smoke it first and it has the most amazing flavor.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsApril 12, 2013
    Reliable Sichuan dishes and Cantonese classics.
  • Daniel B.
    Daniel BarnettAugust 28, 2015
    The smoked tea duck is worth traveling great distances for.
  • Alice N.
    Alice NamJanuary 7
    Affordable, delicious dumpling place to go near Chelsea
  • John-Eric A.
    John-Eric AguilarJuly 28, 2013
    The pork soup dumplings taste great but overpriced when compared to similar spots. Actually, most of the menu is overpriced. For that just head down to nearby Chinatown and go to Joe Shanghai's
  • Cely C.
    Cely CarmoJune 3, 2012
    Good food, but all employees stop at 3pm to have their own lunch. Around 15 people in the restaurant tables. Never seen this before
  • Tom L.
    Tom LowenthalAugust 11, 2014
    The $6.50 lunch special is cheap & cheerful - good value.
  • Orchid L.
    Orchid LiuMarch 9, 2010
    Soup dumplings and dumplings in red oil are a must! Get one order per person for the dumplings in red oil because you won't want to share.
  • Eugene L.
    Eugene LeeFebruary 6, 2013
    Spicy Sichuan cold noodle is a must get.
  • Gregory F.
    Gregory FisherFebruary 27, 2010
    Been here 100+ times
    Get the cold sichuan noodles (order it spicy, even though it's not that spicy) and get tea smoked duck (awesome)
  • Max M.
    Incredibly cheap, good lunch menu. This is my new spot.
  • Victoria E.
    Victoria EverhartJuly 27, 2012
    Hot and spicy. Means hot and spicy. Also get pork soup dumplings!
  • Jimmy C.
    Jimmy ChandlerMay 16, 2013
    Food was very good, nice spice levels for us (spicy but not scorching hot). Service was rude except when they ignored us.
  • Velaine
    VelaineMay 18
    Definitely wouldnt recommend this. The food was OK, but the dishes all tasted the same. The service was terrible - they urged us to finish our meals and forced us to pay more tips, which was absurd.
  • Dave M.
    Dave MenendezMay 5, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    Dine in the restaurant for the best Chinese in Manhattan. The takeout/delivery - not nearly as tasty but ok for soup and noodles.
  • Cappy P.
    Cappy PoppJanuary 3, 2010
    Soup dumplings. Drive from BOS some days just to get them. Best ever. Red braised pork with chestnut good too, as is duck w/ bitter melon.
  • Marc E.
    Marc EApril 27, 2012
    Soup dumplings is a must. Best thing on the menu.
  • Luke C.
    Luke ChuSeptember 28, 2013
    Very good, biz so good line goes out the door
  • Shane A.
    Super disappointing. The cooks must have changed. Nothing had flavor. Had to add salt. At a Chinese restaurant! Ordered cumin beef and wondered where beef was under all the batter. Will not return.
  • Dean R.
    Dean RosenthalApril 17, 2011
    Tasty food. The pork soup dumplings will not disappoint.
  • Bravo
    BravoNovember 12, 2010
    Stomach destroying hot oil bathed scechuan goodness. -Seth Caro, Top Chef Just Desserts
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