Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Manton, Aug 26, 2012.
the one on the UES? If so, I order from there all the time via seamless.
Midtown--39th and 6th.
I'm no expert either, but I used to frequent the Grand Sichuan right off the Manhattan Bridge (I think it was technically on Canal street), and I do like the Szechuan Gourmet on W 56th and the Grand Sichuan on the UWS too.
Grand Szechuan at 33 & Lex is fabulous.
I usually go to Wu Liang Ye for Sichuan
I was driving across town in the mid 30s and blew my horn at an SUV driving in 2 lanes.
When we stopped between 2 avenues, a passenger got out of the car and walked towards mine and started cursing at me and tried to open my door. Thankfully, I had it locked but definitely scared the shit out of me. My window was open bc the weather was nice but i started to roll it up, as soon as I saw the guy coming towards me. God knows what would have happened if I couldn't close it in time.
I had no clue what to do especially with the motorcycle attack recently.
Have heard good things about that place.
I really like Congee Village.
I could go for a bowl of Dan Dan noodles right about now.
Also, I went to recently a place called Hot Kitchen that was great.
pB, is hot kitchen on 2nd ave?
Hmm, guess I never knew they were a Szechuan restaurant or had any Szechuan selections.
I didn't either, but I do know they have Asian food that is awesome.
hot kitchen is very good, agree with pB
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