Szechuan Gourmet

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Details
21 W 39th St (btwn 5th and 6th Ave)
New York, NY 10018
(212) 921-0233
Chinese
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:30 AM–9:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • On Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate, Frank Bruni fills up on spicy Crispy Lamb Filets with chili cumin at Szechuan Gourmet in New York, NY. Find more tips at Food Network Local.
  • AMAZING gyoza. Lot's of veggie options with tofu!
  • One of the city's top Sichuan restaurants, a gem in the heart of midtown.
  • The double sliced pork belly with chili and leeks is as close to a must order as you can get at this amazing spot. Best Sichuan in Midtown.
  • Frank Bruni said we all should eat the Double Cooked Pork Belly from Szechuan Gourmet and who are we to argue with that recommendation? (We've eaten and enjoyed it ourselves many times too.)
  • Spicy cold noodles for < $6 blew my mind.
  • Wok-tossed chicken with chilies- Nubs of poultry get pan fried until crispy, tossed with blistered red chili peppers, & then doused in oil imbued with the mouth-numbing heat of Szechuan peppercorns.
  • When a Chinese food restaurant has every table filled by good looking asians, they must be good! I ordered the General Tso Chicken, and it was amazing!
  • Head to this Chinese gem near Bryant Park for crispy cumin lamb, soft tofu with spicy pork, and braised whole bass with chili and scallions. The specialties here are all excellent. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Spicy cumin lamb is overrated imho. Plus you will be burping cumin for hours
  • Try the Dan Dan noodles and Szechuan pork dumplings!
  • This perpetually busy midtown spot is serious about spicing things up with an incredible Sichuan kitchen. Get here before or after the lunch crowd to avoid a wait. - Inspector
  • Dan Dan noodles will make your mouth feel tingly and numb IN A GOOD WAY
  • Hard to go wrong. Chicken with spicy eggplant was amazing.
  • Tip: the spicy rabbit appetizer is much, much spicier than the fish fillet main. Also, my date was super cute and huggable.
  • If you like heat have the Chengdu Chicken. It is so savory with a huge kick
  • The double sliced pork belly with chili and leeks is as close to a must order as you can get at this amazing spot. Best Sichuan in Midtown.
  • Dan Dan Noodles
  • Highly recommend the Sichuan Brisket Beef w/ Noodles in Soup for lunch (if you can handle spice)!
  • All you can eat hot pot for $30