I just came across this tidbit in an article and I am intrigued. Anyone been there?
"Recently, my wife and I dined in a hole-in-the-wall Chinese restaurant, Tacoma Szechuan, in a strip mall on the outskirts of Tacoma, Washington. Szechuan food has been common in America since the 1980s, and a lot of it isn’t much good. But this little place served the best Chinese food I’ve eaten in America—as good as I’ve had in Hong Kong. There was fire and savory and salty and subtle garlic and rich fermented beans and wonderful balance and layers and layers of flavor."
POST SCRIPT: OOPS - my bad - didn't do a SEARCH first - this place has been mentioned on the boards.
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