Sichuan Hot Pot

Asian Restaurant and Szechuan Restaurant$$$$
Chinatown, New York
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  • Helen H.
    "Cold cucumber with hot oil"(3 Tips)
    Dustin L.
    "water-cooked beef"(2 Tips)
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  • Dustin L.
    Dustin LeeSeptember 13, 2014
    Most dishes I tried are solid but the water-cooked beef (which is my must-have in Sichuan restaurants) is BLAND. Love that they have a small vs large option. The small is plenty.
  • Jackey L.
    Jackey LOctober 21, 2016
    love their appetizers more than their main dished. try cold cucumber with hot oil, beef brisket with hot oil.
  • Kevin C.
    Kevin ChengDecember 26, 2014
    Enjoy your healthy cooking at your own pace, while enjoying your company.
  • Alex G.
    Alex GuibordDecember 1, 2016
    Don't let the New York Daily News article in the window deceive you! You've been warned. Check for reviews on Yelp and Google Maps.
  • Alex G.
    Alex GuibordDecember 1, 2016
    Don't let the New York Daily News article in the window deceive you! You've been warned. Read this restaurant's reviews on Yelp and Google Maps to see what I mean.
  • Saif D.
    Saif DiaOctober 23, 2016
    There are 4 or so menus. Make sure you get them all
  • Noppanit C.
    Noppanit CharassinvichaiNovember 9, 2015
    Probably the best non unlimited hotpot
  • Helen H.
    Helen HuangAugust 6, 2014
    Cold cucumber with hot oil
  • Carolyn H.
    Carolyn HuangMay 3, 2015
    Not authentic. Dan Dan noodles looks more like pasta made by an Asian mom 😔
  • Kevin C.
    Kevin ChengDecember 26, 2014
    LOVE this place
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