The authentic menu here is definitely worth ordering from if you like spicy Szechuan dishes prepared the way they should be. The normal American Chinese dishes are available, but are simply like those found at most Chinese restaurants.
The place isn't much to look at inside or out, and it can be hectic when crowded with the service a little spotty, but if you like spice, this restaurant will deliver. The really good items are in the "Palace Magic" menu section.
Their Dan Dan Noodles, or Noodles w/ Szechuan Style Meat Sauce , is an excellent version, with plenty of heat - and they will adjust the heat to your taste. This is a very good dish, not quite as good as at Super Wok, but good.
The Beef with Chili Peppers & the Spicy Dry Tofu with Shredded Pork are both nice and fiery. For some less intense dishes, try the Scallion Pancake and the Special Spiced Duck ( half or whole). They have both a nice looking Cantonese Roast Duck and a steamed spare rib in black bean sauce dish that requires 2 days notice - gotta try them. And they have a number of special items available only on the weekends.
Like almost every restaurant in general, and Chinese restaurants in particular, this one struggles from time to time with the consistency of the quality and composition of their dishes. This is most often found in the noodle dishes, and the stir fries - the Beef w/ Chili Peppers is an example - the balance between the amount of beef and the amount of chilies can vary rather significantly from meal to meal.
Having said that, I like the food here, and can live with the more minor problems that occasionally arise.
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