Spicy Village

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Details
68B Forsyth St (btwn Grand & Hester)
New York, NY 10002
(212) 625-8299
Chinese, Noodles
$
Hours
Mon–Sat: 10:00 AM–11:00 PM
Map

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Foursquare Tips

  • Big tray chicken. Make sure you ask them to add hand-pulled noodles to it.
  • Props for the big tray of chicken () and pancake with pork (Seriously the MOST authentic Chinese hole-in-the-wall gem. The dishes are similar to Xi'an, but only more spicy and well-flavored.
  • Pancake with pork is the best!
  • Spicy Village tells it like it is with their Spicy Big Tray Chicken: an enormous platter of chicken with mouth numbing Sichuan peppercorns (share it if you want to spare some taste buds).
  • Try the pork pancake, which holds "a decent helping of minced pork that is doused liberally with hoisin sauce and topped with cilantro." Don't forget to add chili oil!
  • Highly recommended is the hui mei with spicy brisket sauce, which might almost remind you of a European stew.
  • Chinatown is already swimming in cheap, tasty meatveggies are usually an afterthought. However, the $5 vegetable hui mei is delicious, satisfying, & expertly paired with a crisp bottle of suds (BYOB)
  • Big tray of chicken is exactly what it sounds like. Get it with noodles.
  • Holy smokes... Their Egg and Tomato Humei
  • Veg friendly - ask for Buddhist noodles - dumplings are great, awesome hand pulled noodles.
  • Agree with big tray of chicken with hand pulled noodles. Drink a Wang Lao Ji. Formerly known as He Nan Flavor
  • Get the spicy chicken hui mei .... amazing!
  • Lo mein with black bean sauce: awesome. Also the pancakes are crunchy and not too oily. And the lady at the front is ADORABLE.
  • Dumplings, chicken parts, stews, hand pulled noodles. byob from a round the corner. Don't wear something you don't want sauce on. Wear something you do want sauce on.
  • Yeah, you want everything on the menu. On point.
  • I got the beef brisket hand pulled noodle soup. So yummy. Get the small size because the proportions are insane.
  • The grungier cousin to Xi'ans, they offer similar hand-pulled noodles. Try the beef brisket noodle soup and start off with the soup dumplings. Limited seating, so come early.
  • big tray chicken (da pan ji)
  • The big tray of chicken with hand-pulled noodles is the obvious choice here but the lamb hui mei is worth trying as well--it's probably the best this side of Flushing.
  • The most shareable dish is spicy big tray chicken, a humongous pile of poultry enriched with mouth-numbing Sichuan peppercorns.