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“I don't get it..”

Gordy's Sichuan Cafe
Ranked #88 of 898 Restaurants in Spokane
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $0 - $12
Cuisines: Chinese, Seafood
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Good for: Special occasions
Dining options: Dinner, Lunch
Description: Please be advised that the restaurant will be closed from Aug 7th through Aug 16th,2011 We will reopen Aug 17th.Thank You
Reviewed June 20, 2014

We had the kung pao chicken and the orange beef. Both seemed to be in the same sauce with a minor variation. The flavors were somewhat odd. Portions were generous. Maybe other choices would be better.

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Reviewed May 29, 2014

Another great hole in the wall and it's more than what we expected. Definitely be coming back and this will be our new "Chinese restaurant" fave.
It was also a plus that our waitress knew the menu quite well and even suggested a few dishes just so we can get a variety to try. I'm impressed :)

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Reviewed May 20, 2014

After trying many places, we have finally found one that is a cut above. A small, welcoming restaurant with friendly, knowledgeable staff. This is not your ordinary, off the rack, fast food establishment. This is for individuals who will enjoy what they offer, as there are no substitutions but that works out quite well. The chef really understands the cuisine and his work is proof of that. The menu is in sections, mild, medium or hot. Hot is hot - and great if you like it. But be warned ahead. If not sure, go for medium! Enjoy it - I know all we recommended the restaurant to did!

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Reviewed May 12, 2014

Nice evening, impressive food, even if not quite as Asian as expected (but look at the name...). Friends recommended it, but also had the key landmarks: behind the strip mall across from Manito Tap House and behind The Chalet. Worth the adventure in the search.

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Reviewed April 30, 2014 via mobile

I read the reviews. Figured we has to try it. It is a small hole in the wall that was not easy to find. Very warm inside. Went in at 320pm. We were the only ones in there. Nobody is Chinese. There is no resemblance that you are even in a Chinese restaurant except the wooden chopsticks sitting on bowls on all the tables. They serve the food family style. When the waitress took our order she asked us if we wanted hot tea. We did and was not told it didn't come with the meal. We ordered soup. Yes, costs extra. We ordered the Mongolian beef and sweet and sour pork. Rice? You guessed it, extra. Soup came in a very small cup for 2.50. A little salty but ok. Then came the meal. Very small portions. We asked for soy sauce. She came back with a very small amount in a little tiny dipping container. When we asked the waitress why there wasn't soy sauce on each table she said that the food didn't need it and most people don't ask for it. The waitress was nice but seemed to be a little defensive. Food was good but I don't think it is worth all the hype and all the weirdness. $34.50 for two. No drinks. Oh, except for the non free hot tea.

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