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39-07 Prince St., Queens, NY, 11354
at 39th St.
Top Sichuan Restaurant in NYC
By DanPeng on 5/23/2009
I've been a regular at Spicy & Tasty for the last few years, and my experiences have been consistently excellent. Whether a light fish soup, beef stir-fry or a Kung Pao variant (chicken, fish or shrimp), the food is better than anything you'll find at Grand Sichuan or the like. Though the cuisine tends to be slightly over-salted, the quality of the ingredients and technique puts it on par with any Sichuan restaurant west of Chengdu. The ambiance is casual, with modern Asian design furnishings and decor, and the service friendly.
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