Grand Sichuan - Greenwich Village
15 7th Avenue South
New York, NY 10014Neighborhood:
ChinesePrice: $30 and under
Grand Sichuan - Greenwich Village
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.thegrandsichuan.com/
- Phone: 2126450222
- Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:30pm, Saturday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Chinese
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Delivery, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Takeout, Wine
A word from Grand Sichuan - Greenwich Village
Grand Sichuan is located in the heart of Greenwich Village and has been a neighborhood favorite for years. Known for it's authentic Chinese cuisine and was even rated by the great Ruth Reichl. As many Chinese restaurants come and go, the Grand Sichuan remains a solid choice at any one of it's several locations. It's comfortable and casual atmosphere will make for a perfect night out.Continued
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Grand Sichuan - Greenwich Village reviews from OpenTable diners
- Good price, fair foodSpeisekritikerDined on 7/30/2014The price was very good and the service attentive enough. The food was good but not exceptional. The moo shu pork had only two (quite thick) crepes for the large serving and the plum sauce was very skimpy and watery.
- Light and healthy Szechuan food.FrequentDinerVIPDined on 5/25/2014Refined casual ambiance with large windows. Dependably consistent, light and healthy Szechuan food. But disappointed that the dessert menu is now limited to ice cream.Special Features:
- Tasty ChineseStuart809Dined on 5/21/2014We found Grand Sichuan just down from the hotel where we were staying. It was a great find. Tasty appetizers and entrees. We like it so much we came back the next night.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great Chinese DiningTJM1052Dined on 3/31/2014Grand Sichuan is rather a simple neighborhood restaurant than a glitzy place. However, their food is very good and can only be recommended.. But there is room for improvement: ff they work a bit on the appearance of their place and the skills of "the second row" of personal Grand Sichaun could then grow into the higher levels of Chinese restaurants.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- DeliciousOpenTable Diner Since 2009VIPDined on 12/27/2013Really good delicious fresh Chinese food, will go again.Special Features:
- Very Pleasant, good food, quiet****DaiweishiDined on 11/20/2013This was a unpretentious place with very good food. More Chinese and less Americanese. The service was good and quick. The restaurant is near Public Theatre and makes for both a good before and after show venue.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Soup Dumplings and Chong QingJzeatsVIPDined on 11/14/2013Very fine Sichaun food... soup dumplings are terrific and chong qing spicy chicken is very flavorful and full of peppers.Special Features:
- Authentic!ExpatdinerDined on 10/4/2013Spicy chilli flavouring was reminiscent of the "real" stuff I've had in Hong Kong.Special Features:
- Great ChinesefayeDined on 8/10/2013Very nice restaurant in the West Village...not the typical menu but that's a good thing! Had a baked pork bun, haven't had one in years, this was really good! Dan Dan noodles great too.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good food, great pricesOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 6/19/2013I like Grand Sichuan as a whole. Not all of the locations have this same love from me, but this particular one does. The spring roll that comes with the lunch is one of the best I've ever had. The prices are great and any lunch option, from the lo mein to the general tso's are alll good.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great food, nice prices!OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 3/29/2013Went here for lunch and the food and prices were really good. The waiters were attentive and the ambiance was nice, but they were missing certain things that other Chinese places typically would have but pretty negligible. I was certainly satisfied and will be back there again.Special Features:
- Average Chinese RestaurantOpenTable Diner Since 2009VIPDined on 2/25/2013Typical Chinese restaurant - nothing special except good lunch special prices. Good place to sit down and eat though. The chicken and broccoli was good but the pad thai was sticky and lacked flavor.
- Reliably authentic Sichuan-styleOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 2/13/2013Reliably authentic Sichuan-style food at reasonable prices.Special Features:
- Strongly recommended for aOpenTable Diner Since 2011VIPDined on 1/12/2013Strongly recommended for a large group. They take reservations, have big tables, and very patient wait staff who didn't mind that we were too busy catching up with each other to order promptly.Special Features:
- We had a very good experienceOpenTable Diner Since 2004Dined on 11/11/2012We had a very good experience at this branch of the "Grand Sichuan" empire. The dining room is nicer than some of the other branches, with tablecloths and a bit of decor, and the staff is much friendlier and more accommodating. The food isn't quite as good as what you get at the Chelsea branch, but some dishes were outstanding, including the whole braised fish in spicy hot bean sauce and cilantro chicken.Special Features:
- Cheap and good ChineseAlfredoneDined on 10/16/2012Having a good fix price chinese lunch in the West Village for less than 7 dollars is remarkable!!Special Features:
- The food was okay, the peppersOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 9/14/2012The food was okay, the peppers were not really numbing unlike other sichuan places. In China the seasoning is much better, but I guess it is tailored to a local audience.
- Even though the place wasOpenTable Diner Since 2005VIPDined on 3/4/2012Even though the place was half empty the service was not particularly attentive. The food was good but not as good as the one on 24th Street. I'm willing to go back here but all else being equal I'll stick with the original location.
- Should be betterOpenTable Diner Since 2004VIPDined on 11/18/2011The food here is nothing special and it does not compare favorably to Grand Sichuan on 24th and 9th. The soup dumplings, their best dish IMO are wonderful when they're fresh, the problem is that's not always the case.
- Best dishes: Shredded pork/chickenOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 10/6/2011Best dishes: Shredded pork/chicken with Garlic Sauce, Eggplant with garlic sauce & Kung Pao chicken. The vegetables and tofu dish was a bit disappointing because the tofu was a weird consistency. Also, the steamed vegetable dumplings were dry and very doughy.Service was good and this is a good restaurant for groups.Special Features:
- I always love this place.lmk2Dined on 6/7/2011I always love this place. The soup dumplings are my favorite, but there are many excellent dishes. Prices are fairly good, ambiance is a step above normal chinese retaurants, and they can always accommodate you, even on weekends.Special Features:
- Grand Sichuan is my go-toOpenTable Diner Since 2007VIPDined on 4/26/2011Grand Sichuan is my go-to spot for Chinese food these days. I love the food at the Chelsea location, and this was only my second visit to the West Village locale. Chelsea is packed and tacky, but the food is miraculous. The village spot is quieter and a bit more up-scale. Food was uneven the night I was there, but I'll take the blame for poor ordering. When the waiter tried to dissuade me from the "Fresh Kill Chicken" I insisted. When it arrived, bland and disappointing, I ordered another dish.