Venue #53ebeb3b498e2027959f1bd5

Asian, Szechuan
$ $
34 Pell St (Mott St)
New York, NY 10013
Monday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Friday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday
11:00am - 9:00pm

Tips

  • Probably the best non unlimited hotpot
  • Peking duck
  • A decent place to satisfy a Szechuan food craving if you happen to be in the area but better versions of the "hotpot" served here can be found elsewhere.
  • rice noodle soups are good, noodles have a nice texture and broth is delicious ... all other items are meh
  • Don't let the New York Daily News article in the window deceive you! You've been warned. Read this restaurant's reviews on Yelp and Google Maps to see what I mean.
  • There are 4 or so menus. Make sure you get them all
  • love their appetizers more than their main dished. try cold cucumber with hot oil, beef brisket with hot oil.
  • Not authentic. Dan Dan noodles looks more like pasta made by an Asian mom
  • LOVE this place
  • Enjoy your healthy cooking at your own pace, while enjoying your company.
  • Most dishes I tried are solid but the water-cooked beef (which is my must-have in Sichuan restaurants) is BLAND. Love that they have a small vs large option. The small is plenty.
  • Cold cucumber with hot oil
  • Also, take a notice, that tips are already included in your check (it was two of us, not a big party).
  • Veg dumplings are good, scallion pancake is fine, but not perfect. Never got my clams, saved some $$
  • Ok general's. Potstickers were oddly crunchy but not bad

Nearby places

65 Bayard St (btwn Elizabeth & Mott St)
63 Bayard St (at Elizabeth St)
33 Pell St (btwn Doyers & Mott St)