March 8, 2005

Sichuan Dynasty on 40th Rd in Flushing

POST #    1600

Last week, my parents and I went to Sichuan Dynasty in Flushing for some eats after I picked them up at the airport. Recently, there seems to be a lot of Sichuan restaurants sprouting up all over NYC. The food we did order, didn't seem to be the typical stuff one would order when eating Sichuan.

Top to bottom: tofu and fish, some kind of mellon, dried bean curd and pork, eggplant. It should be noted that the waiter thought the eggplant would be especially photo worthy.

Posted by tien mao in Food/Drink at 8:08 AM



Looks tasty... this cheap-o traveler's been living off noodles as of late. I love the ro mou qiezi (eggplant) -- that's been a staple of mine since I got to China. Mixing it with white rice absorbs the grease nicely, though the people here tend to eat their rice AFTER the meal.

Posted by: astrid at March 8, 2005 11:44 PM

three out of four of those are super-duper glisteny.

Posted by: rion at March 10, 2005 11:06 PM

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