People tend to check in during these times:
Try the Home-fed chicken Xiang Xi–style from our 100 Best list: We don’t care about the misleading translation when the result is one of Hu’s best signatures.
The dry chili fish fillet is transcendent. Highly recommended!
Tony Hu's Lao Hunan is an ode to Hunanese cuisine in all its spicy, funky, pickled glory.
Pretty spicy - liberal use of chili oil and chili peppers
Ground Pork with Sour Pickle: Meaty and filling, there is also an unmistakable funk that never gets old.
Whatever you do, get the dry chili fish. One of the best things I've ate this year, and I'm not even a huge fish fan. A lot of spicy and sour flavors here, heads up.
Jade tofu and Hunan-style crispy eggplant thrill the chili-pepper set, pea pod leaves target the garlic addicted. You don't have to order Lucky Braised Pig Hand unless you want to. Your call.
Chocolate fortune cookies!
Get it spicy! The mild is quite mild and the chicken needs the extra kick.
"The best thing on the menu at this BYOB Chinatown restaurant is, hands down, the dry chili fish filet. It’s insanely good. So are the green beans. Dine in to make a date of the whole experience."
Amazing if you like spicy, salty, oily food. The Hunan-style chili in black bean sauce was especially good.
It all begins from here, it all ends from here. Probably the best Sichuan cuisine in Chinatown here.
Even if veggies are not your fave, get the Jade Tofu, terrific (coming from a carnivore)
Tai Gan Hunan Style, Ground Pork with Sour Pickle, fried Dry Chili Fish Filet
Tasty spicy food, more than what I expected from a Lao restaurant
Credit and debit cards are accepted, but make sure your purchase is at least $20.
Go for the hot and sour soup!!
Regular customer here but new to foursquare (and future mayor of this place). Mao's pork belly is a must. Make the basil eggplant your vegetable (forget everything you think you know about eggplant).
Whattup with the junfu?!