the menu definitely looks more interesting now, dried sauteed eel, sauteed loofah, etc.
Not exactly. This is at least the 4th Sichuan restaurant in this space since Evergreen. There was Boulevard Palace, Boulevard Szechwan, and another whose name I can't remember. I was in last week and was not impressed. This one is unrelated to the Grand Sichuan's in Manhattan.
Then I guess they weren't telling me the truth :-)They told me they were owned by Manhattan owners now.
Same here. The food we've tried so far there has been mixed but I do like their chicken dumplings. Better Chinese food it seems than the half a dozen or so take-out Chinese places in the area at least.
Sauteed loofah? As in a sponge? Is the loofah served with a sauce? If so, and the sauce is served on top, does it 'soak' in?
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