I have been eating at this restaurant for 30 years and although I do not frequent it as much as I would like to these days, I can count on the food being just as great as it was way back when. I lived abroad for years and one of my must to do things when I came home to visit was to get my favorite Hot and Spicy Shrimp. The people and service have always been friendly and good. I highly recommend this restaurant.
The food is more expensive than usual Chinese places and NOT authentic at all. I guess they don't have much Asian supply in baltimore? Then again I lived in LA for a long time so I know what real Asian food should taste like. I had the chow mein and it was filled with celery and gravy. The beef was hard, there was NO noodles. It had a few noodle chips (the stuff you use in salad). Celery? Since when did people use celery on chow mein. The place is more Americanize than Asian.
Friendly and tasty.
I have been going to this restaurant for years. The food is prepared very quickly, the service is prompt and unfailingly freindly and the food is very good. I would recommend both the twice cooked chicken and the moo shoo pork. Also, the cooks will prepare the food exactly as spicy as you want it. For the price the food is great, the servings are large and more then worth the price.
Reliable favorites mix with creative house specials at this Chinese restaurant.. The Scene At first, the decor may seem formulaic even generic, but a quiet elegance somehow inhabits this restaurant's dining room. Bits of trivia keep your mind alert while pictures from different countries add an international twist to each brightly colored matching table.
The Food Chinese food can sometimes be overly oily, but Szechuan's offerings are notably grease-free. General Tso's Chicken is deliciously crunchy and as exactly as spicy as you order it. Paul's Choice, a concoction of snow peas, broccoli and mushrooms with chicken, pork, beef or seafood in a special sauce, is especially tasty with shrimp and scallops. The most expensive dish, Neptune's Catch in Bird's Nest, is worth the extra dollars. This dish-to-die-for combines chicken, scallops, shrimp, vegetables and brown sauce in a cleverly conceived potato basket.