I've been lucky enough to work in the Hearst Building for the last few days, which puts me right across the street of Szechuan Gourmet on 56th Street. My last day is tomorrow (I'm a freelancer), so I want my last lunch at SG for awhile to go out with a bang. So far I've had the "Ma Paul" Tofu, the Double-Cooked Pork and Chili Leeks, and the Kung Pao chicken; the tofu being my favorite -- I enjoyed the pork and chili leeks, but wasn't blown away by the dish as others seemed to have been. So, since SG has an overwhelming list of <a href="http://szechuangourmet56.com/food-del... specials available</a> and I only have one more shot for the forseeable future, what should I order tomorrow? I'm new to Szechuan food, but have discovered that I like my dishes spicy and interesting.
(Let's keep it to lunch specials for main dishes -- like I said, I'm a freelancer, not a wealthy business magnate -- but I'd order an appetizer as well if anything's recommended as unmissable.)
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