Famous Sichuan

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Famous Sichuan

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Famous Sichuan is the only Chinese restaurant in lower Mahatton New York City that specialize in authertic Sichuan, also known as “Szechuan” cuisine. All chefs are trained and certified in Sichuan province - home of Sichuan cuisine. Famous Sichuan is dedicate to offer you the finest and most Savoring Sichuan Chinese foods.
Our mission is to exceed your
expectation in your dinning experience. Sichuan cuisine is legendary in China for its sophistication and diversity. It has over 5,000 different dishes. Sichuan cuisine has enjoyed worldwide reputation. Many people around the world tend to think of Sichuan food as a hot or spicy food.One may wonder why the red pepper is so popular in Sichuan cuisine. The truth is that
Sichuan province has humid climate owing to its unique environment, which produces the richest bamboo, the finest food for lovely panda. Studies showed that pepper made spicy food can effectice help reduce internal dampness in human’s body.

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Famous sichuan is the only Chinese restaurant in lower Mahattan New York City that specialize in authentic sichuan style .Offering the finest and the most favoring sichuan Chinese food. Our mission is to exceed your expectations in your dining experience.
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Venue name: Famous Sichuan
Address: 10 Pell St
New York
Price: $30 and under
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This is the best Chinese place in C-town.  It's authentic, reasonably priced, never full, super clean, and has big portions.  Mainly, though, it's authentic.  They've got loads of mala dishes with prickly ash (花椒) and prickly ash oil.  If that's not your thing (yet... you'll love it if you try it a few times), they've got great soup dumplings (don't even get me STARTED about the lowai tourist trap across the street - all I have to say is thank God Frommer's followers are crowding that joke of a place and not coming to Famous Sichuan), Xian noodles, and even regular "American" Chinese food.  I can't get enough fo this place - just don't tell Frommer's about it lest it become as crowded as Joe's.