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Sweet Yummy House

Restaurants, Chinese Elmhurst
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Photo: Caroline Voagen NelsonNoodles at Sweet Yummy House
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Photo: Caroline Voagen NelsonChicken at Sweet Yummy House
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Photo: Caroline Voagen NelsonLamb at Sweet Yummy House
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Photo: Caroline Voagen NelsonFish at Sweet Yummy House
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Photo: Caroline Voagen NelsonSweet Yummy House

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Contrary to its moniker, there’s nothing sweet about the fiery dishes at this Szechuan joint, opened in 2010. Underneath stained-glass pendant lamps, diners dive into mouth-numbing specialties like “ants crawling up a tree” (ma yi shang shu)—named for the ground pork clinging to cellophane noodles—and lamb stir-fried with dried red peppers and cilantro (xiao chao hei shan yang). Take a break from the chili-laced fare with chilled cucumber tossed in garlic and sesame oil (xiang kou huang gua).



Address: 83-13 Broadway
Cross street: between Cornish and Dongan Aves
Transport: Subway: M, R to Elmhurst Ave
Price: Average dish: $12. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
Opening hours: Daily 11am–11pm
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