Lunch menu consists of 29 different entrees and includes choice of soup, white or fried rice, and spring roll; prices range from $7.50 to $10. I had hot tea ($2, served with pot), ice water (in a cool squat Chinese tin cup) hot and sour soup (no pork, served with oily but tasty crispy wonton strips) and Shrimp in Szechuan Hot & Numbing Sauce (this dish, with chicken, is on the lunch menu for $10; they let me upgrade to shrimp (medium sized) for $2). All food was fresh and delicious. Large portion for lunch--my entrée was served in a large pot with authentic Chinese vegetables (ones you don't find at most Chinese restaurants) and a somewhat watery sauce. Next time, I'll order white rice--because the fried rice absorbed oil when it was fried, it didn't absorb the sauce from the entrée, resulting in a puddle on my dinner plate. Pleasant, well decorated and apportioned dining areas (including a private dining room). Good service, delicious authentic Szechuan cuisine, and generous portions at reasonable prices. I'll definitely be back!
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