Spicy & Tasty

39-07 Prince Street

One of New York's best Sichuan restaurants can be found tucked away on Prince Street in Flushing. With 200 items on the menu plus an entire selection of lunch specials, you'll find a great selection of the most famous dishes of Sichuan here. Make sur... more

One of New York's best Sichuan restaurants can be found tucked away on Prince Street in Flushing. With 200 items on the menu plus an entire selection of lunch specials, you'll find a great selection of the most famous dishes of Sichuan here. Make sure to try rabbit; cold chicken with wonder sauce; cold spicy noodles (called jelly here); dan dan noodles; tea-smoked duck; double-cooked pork; lamb with red chili sauce; minced pork with cellophane noodle; shirmp & green hot pepper in black bean sauce; ma po tofu or sauteed "stinky" tofu with ma-la sauce; and shredded beef in fresh hot pepper. Cool off with a big bowl of rice; tea and beer won't help quench the fire.


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Info

39-07 Prince Street
Flushing, NY 11354
(718) 359-1601

Editorial Rating

Category

Chinese

Price

$$$$$

Ambience

Casual

Payment

All Major

This Week's Hours

Daily: 11:00am-11:00pm

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