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I have yet to find a dish on the Red Chili menu that isn't insanely delicious. My Go-To Favorites: Spicy Wontons, Garlic Cucumbers, Salt & Pepper Shrimp, Soupy Beef, Sauteed Cabbage, abd Cold Sesame Noodles.
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First, the menu - full of dishes you don't find in Chinese restaurants that cater to westerners. Second, the food - great flavors, great presentations. Third, service - excellent. Can't wait to go back and try their hot pot.
We stopped by Red Chili on our way to finger lakes region. The dishes are authentic Sichuan cooking, very spicy and tasty. The decorations are also very Chinese, it just feels like going back to China. The dishes have reasonable portions and prices are lower...More
You might look at this place and wonder if it’s worth giving it a try, but believe me... it is. I was in town for business with a couple of co workers and one of them asked the hotel to suggest a good Asian restaurant...More
I have visited here twice and I held on to write a review. The service is average. The place is kept slightly cold and one can feel it during winter days. When you see the hostess wear a winter coat that says it all. The...More
Stopped in for lunch today and left very satisfied. Their hot & sour soup is the best I've ever had. And the Beef Szechuan with vegetables was amazing. In other restaurants, the chili peppers were dried, but here, they use fresh and you can taste...More
We really liked this place. We ordered egg rolls (very good, nice and crispy), fried dumplings (which were not my favorite, they weren't as crispy as they could have been and ended up feeling like half fried, half steamed dumplings. This was my only complaint...More
This is what Szechuan Cuisine is like. This is the best Chinese restaurant in Syracuse. It is worth the effort to stop by and enjoy a meal. People who are from China that are in the Syracuse area literally do come to this specific restaurant....More