This place never fails to deliver the best Sichuan food around. Outstanding food and friendly specials. What more could you ask for?
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We go to this restaurant pretty much every week. Price is very reasonable and dishes are delicious. We usually order enough for lunches for the next few days. Save money and time. Favorite dishes, I do not eat too much chili pepper. Lion Head, minced...More
This is the most favorite restaurant of our family, our many neighbors, and friends. It offers traditional Sichuan spicy dishes.
Nice cosy place ,prompt service and reasonably priced.One of the waitresses when asked about the ingredients of one of the savoury ‘s asked us to look into the wok placed on the table behind us....... she needs training from management.
This a fairly traditional Chinese restaurant with some thins you won't find at cheap take-out places. I had the basil eggplant, which was very good. Portion size was good. Portion size OK for the price, but charging extra for white rice is petty. Service prompt,...More
This place is where to go for spicy Szechuan cuisine outside of New York City One fabulous dish after the other. Especially recommend the hot and sour soup
We always order the Kung pow chicken, crab Rangoon and beef broccoli and they are always delicious and fresh.
The restaurant is my family favorite Chinese restaurant even better than others in Boston. It is clean and the food is very tasty if you love real Chinese spicy dishes.
We are regulars here along with many people who come here regularly. I can't express in words how much me and my wife loves this place. It is at least worth a try.
Food was terribly bland. Kung Pao Chicken was the better of two dishes; Tangerine Beef was really just awful (tough, tasteless). FInd somewhere else to go.