Little Pepper

Chinese Restaurant$$$$
College Point, New York
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  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 4, 2014
    For the tender tongued, there are a few Cantonese and Taiwanese recipes. Lots of vegetables too, including crunchy lotus and squishy loofah. Don't miss the spectacular succotash of corn and pine nuts. Read more
  • jon f.
    jon ferrerAugust 23, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    The best Sichuan in NYC. You can't go wrong with spicy cold noodles, chongqing chicken, string beans. The best in class for every dish here. Totally worth the trip.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceJune 11, 2012
    This may be the most spice-intensive Sichuan food the city has. We love the fried potato in hot sauce & the pork meatballs in garlic sauce, but while you're out here, try the chicken in Sichuan sauce.
  • Saarim Z.
    Best sichuan food in NYC. Highlights include spicy cold noodles, scallion fried rice, mapo tofu, pork dumplings, and the chonqing chicken. Get it all.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsFebruary 10, 2015
    Getting to College Point is a trek, but it's worth it for the Sichuan food here. Pickled string beans with ground pork have a serious addictive funk.
  • Peter C.
    Peter CucèMarch 22, 2015
    Been here 10+ times
    The best Sichuan in NYC. Get the whole fish w/ minced pork, spicy cold noodle, preserved egg, ox tongue & tripe, griddled mushroom & preserved pork, any of the soups & more.
  • Jeffrey
    JeffreyJuly 13, 2014
    If you want a sure thing, go for crowd-pleasers like cumin lamb, spicy cold noodles, braised fish, and the ever-popular “crust of cooked rice with pork,” a Little Pepper signature.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsFebruary 11, 2015
    Excellent Sichuan worth the hike to College Point. Go with a group to order plenty; you want to make a trip worth your while.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 4, 2014
    Voted to have the Best Freaky Fries in 2006, try the fried potato in hot sauce – dusted with Sichuan peppercorns. Read more
  • Aimee A.
    Aimee AstilleroJune 28, 2015
    Fried Potato with Hot Sauce, Dumplings, Tofu and Scallion Fried Rice is BOMB! 💣 Definitely worth trying if you like Spicy! 🔥🔥🔥
  • Emily W.
    The scallion fried rice here is exceptional. You'll need it to accompany some of the spicier dishes, and you'll probably crave it every day after you've tried it.
  • Peter C.
    Peter CucèSeptember 28
    Been here 10+ times
    This used to be my favorite Sichuan in NYC and it's still a higher-ranked mid-tier spot, but the city now has a few higher end spots including the indomitable Guan Fu.
  • Noppanit C.
    If you like Sichuan food, look no further. The cold chicken in hot sauce is amazing. Everything is great actually.
  • Hugh
    HughAugust 30, 2011
    Braised sliced fish in spicy soup base at Little PepperTimid tongues should know from the instant this bowl reaches the table to steer clear—the broth itself is dyed a brilliant red with chili oil...
  • nicky v.
    nicky vDecember 3, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    When I get the spicy food itch, this is the first place I think of. Try the pork belly in hot oil. You'll end up pouring the sauce over your rice.
  • Gary R.
    Gary RigerNovember 30, 2013
    Delicious! I had the pork meatballs. They were awesome, Be ready to feel that spice! The lunch menu prices are great too.
  • Kaoru K.
    Kaoru K.July 22, 2012
    Spicy cold noodles, dan dan noodles, braised sliced fish in spicy soup broth, and lamb with cumin. Your mouth and stomach will burn nicely.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceApril 18, 2014
    Known as a hot spot for sizzling Sichuan dishes, be sure to check out surf clams tossed in wasabi dressing.
  • Rory P.
    Rory ParnessAugust 30, 2015
    Cash only. Spice done right. Well worth the trip out here. Dried spicy string beans and spicy lamb. Bam!
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsJuly 10, 2013
    One of Flushing's top sources for authentic—and authentically spicy—Sichuan fare.
  • Wray S.
    Wray SernaJuly 10, 2013
    Cumin Lamb!! The best. Also get the sliced pork belly with chili sauce as an appetizer
  • Marina
    MarinaDecember 10, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    Everything is soo good. My faves are double cooked fish and scallion fried rice.
  • Greg S.
    Greg SchulzDecember 17, 2015
    The hot dumplings were outstanding. Super inexpensive, but bring cash. That's all they take.
  • Maggi P.
    Maggi PppppppJanuary 30, 2012
    The pork meatballs in garlic sauce eaten alongside some mapo tofu is life-altering.
  • Trevor K.
    Trevor KunkOctober 7, 2011
    Sliced, Spicy Pork Belly and the Cow Peas with Pork are must haves!
  • Todd M.
    Todd MMarch 11, 2012
    Worth renting a ZipCar to get to! It'll burn your face off!
  • CJ
    CJMarch 12
    Chongqing chicken, cumin lamb, sautéed snow pea leaves
  • Daniel W.
    Daniel WangJuly 24, 2015
    Everything.
  • Mark D.
    Mark DJanuary 30, 2016
    spicy authentic chinese food.
  • Jeremy F.
    Jeremy FisherJanuary 2, 2012
    Crust of cooked rice with pork
  • Sarah C.
    Sarah ChurchAugust 8, 2016
    Spinach with garlic
  • Daniel W.
    Daniel WangJanuary 24, 2012
    little pepper has the best Spicy Belly.
  • Stephen T.
    Stephen TortoriciFebruary 18, 2016
    Super authentic!
  • Steven N.
    Steven NièMay 20, 2015
    Huajio Fried Potatoes
  • Ericka C.
    Ericka CAugust 30, 2011
    Good Chinese in Queens.
  • Chris R.
    Chris RevelleSeptember 18
    Skip the DanDan.
  • Song D.
    Song DuMarch 14, 2016
    小辣椒川菜馆 Featured by NYT http://cn.nytstyle.com/food-wine/20160303/t03rest/
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