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Grand Sichuan International

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229 9th Ave, Ste 1 New York NY 10001
Phone
(212) 620-5200
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(212) 352-0590

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
11:30am-11:00pm
Monday
11:30am-11:00pm
Tuesday
11:30am-11:00pm
Wednesday
11:30am-11:00pm
Thursday
11:30am-11:00pm
Friday
11:30am-11:00pm
Saturday
11:30am-11:00pm

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  • Diners Club

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Grand Sichuan serves the best Chinese food in Chelsea. Come enjoy great food in a great atmosphere including good prices and friendly staff. Come visit us soon and find out what we are all about.

The Grand Sichuan Int'l is a standalone Chinese restaurant located right next to the Manhattan Bridge. Don't mistake it as part of a similarly-named and rapidly-expanding chain of Chinese restaurants. New Yorkers in the know tend to gravitate towards this no-frills Chinese restaurant for its marvelous hotpots akin to Fondue, but with a cooking medium that consists of an oil, seasoned with...

Delicious, fiery Sichuan specialties draw loyal crowds from all corners of the city.We would like to introduce Mao Jia Cai(Mao's home cooking) to our fellow New Yorkers. A number of Chinese restaurants in Beijing, China, are named after Mao and cook Mao's favorite dishes. Mao Jia Ca'?s dishes are very popular and famous in whole China today. Almost every Chinese knows them; even he or she...

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Editorial reviews from the web (4)

"For those who like it hot", this "popular" Chinese chain promises "authentically fiery" Sichuan fare ordered from a "humongous menu"; "ignore" the "forgettable" decor and "so-so" service and just focus on the "reasonable" tabs that make for a "grand bargain" indeed.

This Chelsea restaurant is nearly a New York dining institution, and an old standby for above-average and classic Chinese. The restaurant formerly at Canal and Bowery fills a large space overlooking Ninth Avenue that has delivery bikes…

Average Rating
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Of the Grand Sichuan restaurants in Manhattan, this one has the most eclectic crowd, which ranges from retirees to Chelsea boys to Chinese office workers. White tablecloth dining here and a generally-packed room doesn't necessarily mean it's the most authentic: If you look around, lots of the patrons are eating the "American Chinese food" dishes rather than the truly authentic Sichuan dishes or...

Delicious, fiery Sichuan specialties draw loyal crowds from all corners of the city.

The Scene
Just an occasional carving or wall-hanging spruces up the plain, large, but nicely proportioned dining room; a TV showing Chinese films presides from a central perch. Quick,...

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Great family style chinese food. Always crowded during peak hours. Go early for quick seating. The soup dumplings are to die for.

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Best soup dumplings and cold noodles. Check it out and you won't be disappointed. Have a Tsing Tao for me!

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Best Chinese restaurant in NYC. The food is great, sometimes people are nice too.

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The best soup dumplings, ever, anywhere! No other place can do it like this place! Braised whole fish also quite spectacular. Go!

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Best Dumplings in NY:) and great service. Great catch up spot and the neighborhood is nice too.

Business description (5)

Grand Sichuan International Inc can be found at 9th Ave 229. The following is offered: Steak Houses. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In New York there are 156 other Steak Houses. An overview can be found here.

Go to Grand Sichuan for a place that serves patrons a Szechwan cuisine.

Eating & Drinking: Open for lunch and dinner.

Ways to Pay: Cash Only

Hours of Operation: Daily 11:00am-10:00pm

The Grand Sichuan Int'l is a standalone Chinese restaurant located right next to the Manhattan Bridge. Don't mistake it as part of a similarly-named and rapidly-expanding chain of Chinese restaurants. New Yorkers in the know tend to gravitate towards this no-frills Chinese restaurant for its marvelous hotpots akin to Fondue, but with a cooking medium that consists of an oil, seasoned with...

We would like to introduce Mao Jia Cai(Mao's home cooking) to our fellow New Yorkers. A number of Chinese restaurants in Beijing, China, are named after Mao and cook Mao's favorite dishes. Mao Jia Ca'?s dishes are very popular and famous in whole China today. Almost every Chinese knows them; even he or she doesn't eat them. If everybody knows these dishes in China, why don't we tell these...

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What to Drink: The restaurant has a wine list with a dozen or so full-bodied California and Italian wines, but for most of the spicy menu, beer is a better pairing.

What to Drink

The restaurant has a wine list with a dozen or so full-bodied California and Italian wines, but for most of the spicy menu, beer is a better pairing.

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