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grand szechuan (international)

jen kalb | Apr 19, 199904:14 PM     13

In his last-weeks's review of grand szechuan
international in Chelsea, reporting the move of the
enthusiast/owner uptown from szechuan international on
Canal St. East, Asimov left unclear whether the
downtown place is still worth a visit. A few weeks
ago, we unsuspectingly visited it( the original), and
found the food more lackluster than previously (also
noticed the lack of the descriptive tome!) The spicy
wontons in particular lacked their prior distinctive
interest, and blandness afflicted a casserole dish. I
suspect that even tho EA politely didn't say so, the
creative spark has migrated uptown. Can anyone confirm
or clarify?

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