We stumbled into this place while looking for another restaurant that we found out later went out of business (a Hungarian place). It was unusual seeig it in what used to be the old German and Hungarian Quarter of NYC, nevertheless, we were in for a treat! The menu was very authentic Sichuan Chinese and the food was by far some of the, if not the, best Chines I have had. The service was exceptionally friendly, not just our main female server, but also a gentleman that seemed to appear any time we needed anything and the other server wasn't around----still service was very non-intrusive and extremely polite and friendly. The Duck with Yam Cakes, Crispy Garlic Chicken, and the Chicken dish with Kung Pao sauce were excellent entrees we enjoyed. The Spicy Pork Dumplings, Veggie Dumplings and regular Pork Dunplings were wonderful starters. Also, the bar is worth a look. I was impressed with the flavor and quality of the classic Mai- Tai cocktail--no junky or cheap juices were used BUT there was definitely some good old Myers Rum in there (heavy pour too! LOL). Had we not been so hungry we might not have given this place a second look because were weren't originally out for Chinese. I am most happy we did discover this place though and would not hesitate to recommend this restaurant for anyone wanting to try Chinese OUTSIDE of Chinatown. We will be back on our next trip.
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